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Jakabfi and Miedema the top scorers

German clubs may have missed out on the final for the first time in a decade but Bayern München's Vivianne Miedema and Wolfsburg's Zsanett Jakabfi did finish as joint top scorers.

Jakabfi and Miedema the top scorers
Jakabfi and Miedema the top scorers ©Getty Images

German clubs may have missed out on the final for the first time in a decade but Wolfsburg's Zsanett Jakabfi and Bayern München's Vivianne Miedema did finish as joint top scorers for the UEFA Women's Champions League season.

Hungarian international Jakabfi, who missed the quarter-final loss to Lyon through injury, got eight goals in the first two rounds, including a hat-trick at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea and four away to Sweden's Eskilstuna United in the round of 16. Dutch forward Miedema notched her eighth goal in a 1-0 quarter-final first-leg defeat of Paris Saint-Germain, who then came back to win 4-0 in the return.

Two players started the final a hat-trick away from overtaking Jakabfi and Miedema; Paris's Cristiane and Lyon's Eugénie Le Sommer As it finished 0-0, though, there were no changes.

In the overall table, Anja Mittag did not score for new club Wolfsburg in their run to the quarter-finals so remains stuck on 49 goals, having overtaken Conny Pohlers for the all-time lead last season while at Paris. Marta, on 46, also drew a blank for Rosengård, though fourth-placed Lotta Schelin did register for the Swedish side, whom she joined from Lyon last summer after a record 41 goals for a single club in the competition.

Zsanett Jakabfi scored hat-tricks in both her away appearances for Wolfsburg
Zsanett Jakabfi scored hat-tricks in both her away appearances for Wolfsburg©AFP

2016/17 top scorers

Zsanett Jakabfi (Wolfsburg) 8
Vivianne Miedema (Bayern München) 8
Gulnara Gabelia (BIIK-Kazygurt) 7
Alexandra Lunca (Olimpia Cluj) 7
Aleksandra Sikora (Medyk Konin) 7
Cristiane (Paris Saint-Germain) 6
Eugénie Le Sommer (Lyon) 6

*Includes goals in qualifying round

Vivianne Miedema celebrates her goal against Paris
Vivianne Miedema celebrates her goal against Paris©Getty Images

Previous season top scorers
2015/16: Ada Hegerberg (Lyon) 13
2014/15: Célia Šašić (FFC Frankfurt) 14
2013/14: Milena Nikolić (ŽFK Spartak) 11
2012/13: Laura Rus (Apollon Limassol) 11
2011/12: Camille Abily, Eugénie Le Sommer (both Lyon) 9
2010/11: Inka Grings (Duisburg) 13
2009/10: Vanessa Bürki (Bayern München) 11
2008/09: Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (Valur Reykjavík) 14
2007/08: Vira Dyatel (Kharkiv), Patrizia Panico (Bardolino Verona), Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (Valur Reykjavík) 9
2006/07: Julie Fleeting (Arsenal) 9
2005/06: Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (Valur Reykjavík) 11
2004/05: Conny Pohlers (Turbine Potsdam) 14
2003/04: Maria Gstöttner (Neulengbach) 11
2002/03: Hanna Ljungberg (Umeå) 10
2001/02: Gabriela Enache (Codru Anenii Noi) 12

Anja Mittag and Conny Pohlers in their Potsdam days
Anja Mittag and Conny Pohlers in their Potsdam days©Getty Images

All-time top scorers
Anja Mittag (Turbine Potsdam/Rosengård/Paris Saint-Germain/Wolfsburg) 49
Conny Pohlers (Turbine Potsdam/FFC Frankfurt/Wolfsburg) 48
Marta (Umeå/Tyresö/Rosengård) 46
Lotta Schelin (Lyon/Rosengård) 42
Nina Burger (Neulengbach) 40
Hanna Ljungberg (Umeå) 39
Inka Grings (Duisburg/Zürich) 38
Camille Abily (Montpellier/Lyon) 37
Margrét Lára Vidarsdóttir (Valur Reykjavík/Turbine Potsdam) 34
Eugénie Le Sommer (Lyon) 32
Kim Little (Hibernian/Arsenal) 32

(all clubs player represented included even if no goals scored for that side)

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