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Brazil   Brazil: Brazilian Serie A Top Scorers 2015/2016

Goals ScoredPenaltiesGolden Shoe Points
1
Ricardo Oliveira
222
2
Lucas PrattoLucas Pratto
196
3
Jadson
185
4
Andre
163
5
Nene
156
6
Erik
144
7
Vagner Love
140
8
Henrique
131
9
Bruno Rangel
123
10
Diego Souza
123
11
Luan
122
12
Vitinho
121
13
Fred
112
14
Walter
112
15
Willian
110
16
Alexandre Pato
100
17
Andre Lima
100
18
Clayton
103
19
Dudu
100
20
Gabriel Barbosa
101
21
Thiago RibeiroThiago Ribeiro
101
22
Lucas Fernandes
91
23
Alan Patrick
70
24
Bruno Henrique
70
25
Jesus DatoloJesus Datolo
70
26
Luan
70
27
Michel Bastos
70
28
Rafael Marques
70
29
Rodrigo Biro
70
30
Valdivia
71
31
Anderson Lopes
61
32
Celso BorgesCelso Borges
60
33
Douglas
61
34
Dudu
60
35
Felipe Menezes
62
36
Fernando Bob
63
37
Fred
60
38
Geuvanio
60
39
Giuliano
60
40
Jean
62
41
Jonathan Cristaldo
60
42
Kayke Rodrigues
60
43
Kempes
60
44
Leandro Pereira
60
45
Leo Gamalho
61
46
Marcelinho
61
47
Rodrigo Caio
63
48
Tulio
61
49
Bobo
50
50
Elber
50
51
Elias
50
52
Emerson
50
53
Everton
51
54
Ewandro
50
55
Giovanni Augusto
50
56
Giovanni Augusto
50
57
Lucas Barrios
50
58
Lucas Lima
51
59
Lucca
50
60
Malcom
50
61
Marcos Junior
50
62
Matheus Nascimento
50
63
Nikao
51
64
Pedro Rocha
50
65
Renato Caja
50
66
Alan Kardec
40
67
Apodi
40
68
Cicero
41
69
Duvier Riascos
40
70
Everton
40
71
Felipe Azevedo
40
72
Gabriel
40
73
Gabriel Jesus
40
74
Giorgian De Arrascaeta
40
75
Gustavo Scarpa
40

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