1 – only Conmebol team never had the Copa América scorer

1 – only Conmebol team never had the Copa América scorer
1 – only Conmebol team never had the Copa América scorer

1 – DAY LEFT UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN CUP 2024. Only one Conmebol team has ever contributed to the competition’s top scorer: Bolivia.

The ranking is dominated by Argentina. The Albiceleste had the top scorer in 20 opportunitieshowever, there were only three in the last 15 editions (1987-2021): Gabriel Batistuta in 1991 and 1995 and Lionel Messi in 2021. The podium is completed Uruguay (13) and Brazil (12).

La Celeste has not had the competition’s top scorer since 1983 when Carlos Aguilera shared the scepter with Jorge Burruchaga (Argentina), Roberto Dynamite (Brazil) and Eduardo Malasquez (Peru). For its part, the last one from Brazil was Everton in 2019.

The list is completed with Chile (7 times), Peru (5), Colombia (4), Mexico (2), Paraguay (2), Ecuador (1) and Venezuela (1).

# COUNTRY TIMES THE GOAL SCORE
1 Argentina twenty
2 Uruguay 13
3 Brazil 12
4 Chili 7
5 Peru 5
6 Colombia 4
7 Mexico 2
8 Paraguay 2
9 Ecuador 1
10 Venezuela 1

GOAL SCORES PER EDITION

# EDITION PLAYER SELECTION GOALS
1 1916 Isabelino Gradin Uruguay 3
2 1917 Roman Angel Uruguay 4
3 1919 Neco Brazil 4
3 1919 Arthur Friedenreich Brazil 4
4 1920 Jose Perez Uruguay 3
4 1920 Roman Angel Uruguay 3
5 1921 Julio Libonatti Argentina 3
6 1922 Juan France Argentina 4
7 1923 Pedro Petrone Uruguay 3
7 1923 Vicente Aguirre Argentina 3
8 1924 Pedro Petrone Uruguay 4
9 1925 Manuel Seoane Argentina 6
10 1926 David Arellano Chili 7
eleven 1927 Alfredo Carricaberry Argentina 3
eleven 1927 Second Moon Argentina 3
eleven 1927 Roberto Figueroa Uruguay 3
eleven 1927 Pedro Petrone Uruguay 3
eleven 1927 Hector Scarone Uruguay 3
12 1929 Aurelio González Paraguay 5
13 1935 Herminio Masantonio Argentina 4
14 1936 Raul Toro Chili 7
fifteen 1939 Lolo Fernandez Peru 7
16 1941 Juan Marvezzi Argentina 5
17 1942 Hermknio Masantonio Argentina 7
17 1942 Jose Manuel Moreno Argentina 7
18 [1945 Heleno Freitas Brazil 6
18 [1945 Norberto Mendez Argentina 6
19 1946 Jose Medina Uruguay 7
twenty 1947 Nicolas Falero Uruguay 8
twenty-one 1949 Jair Brazil 9
22 1953 Francisco Molina Chili 7
23 1955 Rodolfo Micheli Argentina 8
24 1956 Enrique Hormazábal Chili 4
25 1957 Javier Ambrois Uruguay 9
25 1957 Humberto Maschio Argentina 9
26 1959 I Pele Brazil 8
27 1959 II Jose Sanfilippo Argentina 6
28 1963 Carlos Raffo Ecuador 6
29 1967 Luis Artime Argentina 5
30 1975 Ernesto Diaz Colombia 4
30 1975 Leopoldo Luque Argentina 4
31 1979 Jorge Peredo Chili 4
31 1979 Eugenio Moral Paraguay 4
32 1983 Eduardo Malasquez Peru 3
32 1983 Jorge Burruchaga Argentina 3
32 1983 Carlos Aguilera Uruguay 3
32 1983 Roberto Diamante Brazil 3
33 1987 Arnoldo Iguaran Colombia 4
3. 4 1989 baby Brazil 6
35 1991 Gabriel Batistuta Argentina 6
36 1993 José Luis Dolgetta Venezuela 4
37 nineteen ninety five Gabriel Batistuta Argentina 4
37 nineteen ninety five Luis Garcia Mexico 4
38 1997 Luis Hernandez Mexico 6
39 1999 Ronaldo Brazil 5
39 1999 Rivaldo Brazil 5
40 2001 Victor Hugo Aristizábal Colombia 6
41 2004 Hadrian Brazil 7
42 2007 Robinho Brazil 6
43 2011 Paolo Guerrero Peru 5
44 2015 Eduardo Vargas Chili 4
44 2015 Paolo Guerrero Peru 4
Four. Five 2016 Eduardo Vargas Chili 6
46 2019 Paolo Guerrero Peru 3
46 2019 Everton Brazil 3
47 2021 Lionel Messi Argentina 4
47 2021 Luis Diaz Colombia 4

NOTE: IN GREEN WHEN THE GOAL SCORE WAS ARGENTINE

COVER EDITION: MATÍAS DI JULIO

 
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