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Every group stage team's all-time leading scorer

After Zlatan Ibrahimović surpassed Pauleta as Paris Saint-Germain's all-time record goalscorer on Sunday, we look at the 31 other group stage teams' leading marksmen.

Group stage teams' all-time leading scorers ©AFP/Getty Images

Zlatan Ibrahimović's two goals against Marseille on Sunday took his tally to 110 for Paris Saint-Germain and ahead of Pauleta as the club's all-time leading scorer in all competitions – but who are the other group stage teams' leading marksmen?

  • Seven of the 32 teams' top scorers or joint top scorers still play for their respective clubs
  • Cristian Ronaldo is currently level with Raúl González on 323 strikes for Real Madrid
  • Eric Brook's 177 goals for Manchester City is the longest-standing record

Arsenal: Thierry Henry (228), 1999-2007 and 2012 (loan)
Astana: Tanat Nuserbayev (43), 2011-*
Atlético:Luis Aragonés (172), 1964-1974
Barcelona:Lionel Messi (418), 2005-*
BATE: Vitali Rodionov (133), 2006-08 & 2009-*
Bayern München:
Gerd Müller (525), 1964-79
Benfica:
Eusébio (467), 1960-1975
Chelsea:
Frank Lampard (211), 2001-2014
CSKA Moskva: Grigory Fedotov (149), 1938-1949
Dinamo Zagreb: Igor Cvitanović (304), 1989-1997 and 1999-2002
Dynamo Kyiv: Oleh Blokhin (266), 1972-1987
Galatasaray:Hakan Şükür (295), 1992-1995, 1995-2000, 2003-08
Gent:Maurice Willems (185), 1952-1962
Juventus: Alessandro Del Piero (289), 1993-2012
Leverkusen: Ulf Kirsten (224), 1990-2003
Lyon:
Fleury Di Nallo (222), 1960-1974
Maccabi Tel-Aviv:
Avi Nimni (174), 1989-2003 and 2005-08
Malmö:
Hans Håkansson (341), 1927–1938
Manchester City:
Eric Brook (177), 1928-1939
Manchester United:
Sir Bobby Charlton (249), 1956-1973
Mönchengladbach:
Jupp Heynckes (234), 1965-67 and 1970-78
Olympiacos: Giorgos Sideris (303), 1959-1970 and 1971-72
Paris: Zlatan Ibrahimović (110), 2012-*
Porto: Fernando Gomes (355), 1974-1980 and 1982-1989
PSV:Willy van der Kuijlen (394), 1964-1981
Real Madrid:Raúl González (323), 1994-2010; Cristiano Ronaldo (323), 2009-*
Roma: Francesco Totti (300), 1993-*
Sevilla:Guillermo Campanal I (214), 1929-1945
Shakhtar Donetsk: Luiz Adriano (128), 2006-2015
Valencia: Edmundo Suárez (269), 1939-1950
Wolfsburg: Wilfried Kemmer (237), 1978-1981 and 1991-96
Zenit: Aleksandr Kerzhakov (161), 2001-06 and 2010-*

*Still playing for the club where they hold the record