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Hungary   Hungary: Hungarian NB I Top Scorers 2015/2016

Goals ScoredPenaltiesGolden Shoe Points
1
Daniel Bode
182
2
Mbaye Diagne
121
3
Jozsef Kanta
114
4
Sandor Torghelle
110
5
Laszlo Lencse
102
6
Djordje Kamber
90
7
Stanislav SestakStanislav Sestak
90
8
Adam Gyurcso
81
9
Laszlo Pekar
81
10
Roland Lamah
81
11
Soma Novothny
80
12
Balint Gaal
70
13
Denes Szakaly
72
14
Janos Hahn
70
15
Mario Nemeth
70
16
Roland Varga
70
17
Andras Rado
60
18
David Barczi
62
19
Istvan Szabados
61
20
Krisztian Kenesei
63
21
Loic Nego
60
22
Marek Strestik
61
23
Mohamed Remili
60
24
Robert Feczesin
61
25
Tibor Tisza
60
26
Zoltan GeraZoltan Gera
62
27
Zsolt Horvath
60
28
Benjamin Balazs
51
29
Enis Bardhi
50
30
Laszlo Bartha
50
31
Marton Eppel
50
32
Patrik Tischler
50
33
Souleymane Youla
50
34
Vladimir Koman
52
35
Zsolt Laczko
50
36
Adam Hrepka
40
37
Akos Elek
40
38
Botond Birtalan
40
39
Cristian Ramirez
40
40
Evgen Pavlov
40
41
Istvan Kovacs
40
42
Kristof Papp
40
43
Nemanja Andric
40
44
Oliver Filip
40
45
Patrik Bacsa
40
46
Peter Szilvasi
41
47
Tamas Egerszegi
40
48
Tamas Takacs
40
49
Zsolt Balazs
40
50
Aleksandar Jovanovic
30
51
Bence Iszlai
31
52
Botond Barath
30
53
Bratislav Punosevac
30
54
David Markvart
30
55
Ezequiel
30
56
Istvan Ferenczi
31
57
Karol Meszaros
30
58
Kylian Hazard
30
59
Lajos Bertus
30
60
Mihailo Perovic
30
61
Norbert Balogh
30
62
Norbert Koenyves
30
63
Peter Halmosi
30
64
Richard Vernes
30
65
Roland Ugrai
30
66
Tamas Kulcsar
30
67
Tamas Vasko
30
68
Zsolt Gevay
30
69
Adam Bodi
20
70
Adam Pinter
20
71
Adam Viczian
20
72
Asmir Suljic
20
73
Attila Busai
20
74
Bence Lenzser
20
75
Csanad Novak
20
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