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.

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

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