Nicolas Pepe stands for Messi and Ronaldo!



Nicolas Pepe is irresistible. Whirling Wing of the Elephants of Ivory Coast and LOSC infinite panic counters under the jersey of dogs in League 1,

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The author of the seven goals in his first eleven appearances in the league, the international pole on a voyage again made talking powder last week, defeating his team on the lawn Paris Saint-Germain (1-2) on the occasion of the 12thth lifting L1,

grandfather increased his goal against 8 units in the 13th start of the season to rank third in the ranking of players who participated in the French championship just behind Nantais Emiliano Sala and the Paris duo Neymar-Mbappé,

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Exceptional performances that make it possible for today's best African artist Europe also keep his place in the Top 10 ranking European gold boots (the top European shooter in season all the championships together), now settled in the 8th place, bound to the super star Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo (8 goals) and just behind the Argentine FC Barcelona genius Lionel Messi (9 goals).

Will it become the first African player in history to "dress" the desirable European gold boots?

Here is the ranking of European shooters in the five major leagues (Spain / England / Italy / Germany / France): (13/11/2018)

1) Kylian Mbappé (France / Paris SG): 11 goals (in 9 matches)

2) Emiliano Sala (Argentina / FC Nantes): 11 goals (in 12 matches)

3) Neymar (Brazil / Paris SG): 10 goals (in 11 matches)

4) Luka Jovic (Serbia / Eintracht Frankfurt): 9 goals (in 9 matches)

5) Krzysztof Piatek (Poland / Genoa): 9 goals (in 12 matches)

6) Luis Suarez (Uruguay / FC Barcelona): 9 goals (in 12 matches)

7) Lionel Messi (Argentina / FC Barcelona): 9 goals (10 games)

8) Nicolas Pépé (Côte d'Ivoire / Lille): 8 goals (in 13 matches)

9) Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal / Juventus Torino): 8 goals (in 12 matches)

10) Paco Alcacer (Spain / Borussia Dortmund): 8 goals (in 6 matches)


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