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7 Best Strikers in the World Today

Updated on August 20, 2020
Roberto Firmino
Roberto Firmino | Source
Timo Werner
Timo Werner | Source

Roberto Firmino
Roberto Firmino - Tireless player and always ready to play. This Brazilian is a very important factor in every Liverpool campaign. The 28-year-old was crucial to three attacking players with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. He is the striker that Jurgen Klopp is always looking for to build the best team.

Firmino started his career with shirt numbers 22 and number 10 in Hoffenheim - the best shirt number in football. After moving to Liverpool, the player's striker number was 11 in the first two years here, after that he switched to No. 9.

Erling Haaland
From an unknown person to a famous footballer in just a few months. It was his talent that allowed him to move to the Bundesliga. He scored 13 goals in 11 appearances, scored his first hat-trick in 23 minutes and became the first Dortmund player to score in his three appearances in the Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and Champions League.

Halaand was awarded the number 30 shirt at Molde FK and Red Bull Salzburg Club. His first season after moving to Dortmund, he wore the number 17 shirt and is currently No. 9.

Timo Werner
Another young striker who has devastated defenses across the Bundesliga is Werner. Most recently, if he was acquired by Chelsea, this would become a blockbuster transfer in the Premier League. Liverpool may not be too regretful for missing this player thanks to their attacking trio. Only 24 years old, the German player has a very bright future waiting ahead.

While playing for the Stuttgart club, the number of shirts the striker wore was the number 19 shirt. At the Leipzig club, he was given the number 11 shirt. And has done very well.

Sergio Aguero
Since joining City, Aguero has ensured a performance of 20 or more goals in 6/8 season a competition. 180 Premier League goals make him completely worthy of fourth place in this ranking. At the age of 32, he could completely conquer Wayne Rooney's 208 goals if he stayed in Man City for another year or two.

At Atl├ętico Madrid and Manchester City, Aguero is often honored to wear the number 10 shirt. This is the best shirt number of a player. However, during his first four years at Manchester City he was given the number 16 shirt.

Ciro Immobile
He started his professional football career with Juventus. Immobile traveled throughout Europe before deciding to make a stop at Lazio, where he achieved a lot of success. At the age of 30, Immobile still has plenty of time to put his name on the list of legendary players in Serie A.

Immobile is most commonly seen in the number 17 shirt at Lazio. In the early years of his career, the number of shirts this striker wore was quite strange at number 40 and 90.

Karim Benzema
The French forward is currently the fifth highest scorer in Real Madrid history with 148 goals in 312 matches. Benzema is a very sharp striker, always in the right place, at the right time.

Karim Benzema started his career at Olympique Lyon with the number 44 shirt. With his skills he was awarded the No.10 shirt just after two years of playing there. In the first season after moving to Real, Benzema was awarded the number 11 shirt. From the second season until now, he has always worn the number 9 shirt while playing here.

Robert Lewandowski
The Polish was the first player to score in 11 consecutive Bundesliga games. The 31-year-old's best record is scoring 34 goals in one season. This is the best ever record for a foreign player in the Bundesliga. This season he has scored 25 goals a month in just 23 Bundesliga games and 11 goals in 6 Champions League matches. This is a truly terrifying scoring performance.

Lewandowski has always been associated with the number 9 shirt since his inception. The only two other jerseys he ever wore were number 8 at Lech Poznan and number 7 in his first year in Dortmund.

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