Bruno Fernandes, Munir and Alfredo Morelos are level on five goals after five matchdays.
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UEFA.com keeps track of the top scorers in the UEFA Europa League this season; if players are level on goals, then the player with the most assists takes precedent.
This article will be updated at the end of every matchnight.
Bruno Fernandes (Sporting CP): 5 goals
Fresh from signing a new long-term deal, the Portugal midfielder struck twice against PSV on Matchday 5 to move to the top of the rankings (having also supplied three assists in this group stage).
Munir (Sevilla): 5 goals
The former Barcelona wonderkid's first four group stage games produced two assists as well as five goals – including (on Matchday 4) the first UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League hat-trick in the five-time winners' history.
Alfredo Morelos (Rangers): 5 goals
The Colombian struck twice in a 2-2 draw at Feyenoord on Matchday 5, meaning he has scored in his last four European games (though he has laid on just the one assist in this season's group stage).
Myron Boadu (AZ): 4 goals
Just 18, the Netherlands Under-21 international had four goals and two assists going into Matchday 5, though his total may stay that way for a while: he was sent off in the 2-2 draw against Partizan.
Daniel Sinani (Dudelange): 4 goals
Dudelange have conceded the most goals in this season's group stage (17), but Sinani for one has been enjoying himself, scoring two at APOEL and then two more at home against Sevilla.
Andraž Šporar (Slovan Bratislava): 4 goals
The Slovenian forward has been scoring at an extraordinary rate since joining Slovan in 2018, his four goals (a penalty and three from open play) about par for the course.
Claudiu Keşerü (Ludogorets): 4 goals
CSKA Moskva will be sick of the sight of the Romanian forward; he scored three against the Army Men on Matchday 1, and a fourth a 1-1 draw on Matchday 5.