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Highest Goalscorers in the Europa League by Nation

Try to name the highest all-time goalscorers in the Europa League and UEFA Cup for each of the nations listed.
Figures correct as of 3rd May, 2023
Does not include goals scored in qualifying matches
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County
Goals
Games
Years
Main Team(s)
Answer
Argentina
14
23
2007-'08, 2009-'12
Atlético Madrid, Manchester City
Sergio Agüero
Australia
17
49
1998-'00, 2001-'04, 2008-'10
Leeds United, Galatasaray
Harry Kewell
Belgium
20
33
2009-'11, 2014-'15, 2019-'20
Anderlecht, Everton
Romelu Lukaku
Bosnia and Herzegovina
25
48
2003-'04, 2008-'12, 2016-'17, 2019-'21
AS Roma, Wolfsburg
Edin Džeko
Brazil
23
36
2004-'06, 2008-'09, 2010-'11, 2018-'19
CSKA Moscow, Beşiktaş
Vágner Love
Colombia
30
31
2010-2013
Atlético Madrid, FC Porto
Radamel Falcao
Cote d'Ivoire
14
45
1998-'99, 2000-'02, 2003-'05, 2006-'07, 2008-'09
Feyenoord, AJ Auxerre
Bonaventure Kalou
Croatia
19
62
2001-'07, 2008-'10, 2014-'15
Hamburger SV, FC Basel
Mladen Petrić
Denmark
19
26
1972-'73, 1974-'75, 1978-'79, 1980-'81
Borussia Mönchengladbach, Barcelona
Allan Simonsen
England
22
34
1971-'74, 1977-'78
Tottenham Hotspur, Servette FC
Martin Chivers
France
24
54
2005-'06, 2011-'12, 2013-'16, 2017-'19
Sevilla, Valencia
Kevin Gameiro
Gabon
24
49
2009-'10, 2015-'16, 2018-'22
Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Georgia
24
41
1994-'95, 1996-'98, 1999-'01, 2002-'03, 2004-'07
Ajax Amsterdam, AZ Alkmaar
Shota Arveladze
Ghana
15
21
1990-'96, 2000-'01
Eintracht Frankfurt, Leeds United
Tony Yeboah
Germany
29
36
1973-'75, 1976-'77, 1980-'84
FC Köln, Bordeaux
Dieter Müller
Greece
23
67
1999-'00, 2002-'08, 2009-'12, 2013-'15
PAOK Saloniki, Panathinaikos
Dimitrios Salpingidis
Israel
24
49
2011-'12, 2013-'14, 2016-'21
RB Salzburg, Hoffenheim
Munas Dabbur
Italy
25
58
1977-'78, 1979-'80, 1981-'82, 1983-'89
Inter Milan, Juventus
Alessandro Altobelli
Mali
19
39
1997-'00, 2005-'07, 2008-'09, 2010-'11
Sevilla, Olympique Lyon
Frédéric Kanouté
Montenegro (Yugoslavia)
18
28
1972-'73, 1975-'77, 1979-'80, 1982-'83, 1985-'86
Crvena Zvezda, Benfica
Zoran Filipović
Netherlands
30
50
2004-'09, 2011-'12, 2015-'17, 2019-'20
Schalke 04, Ajax Amsterdam
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Paraguay
21
55
2007-'11, 2012-'15, 2016-'17
Benfica, Trabzonspor
Óscar Cardozo
Peru
21
31
1999-'01, 2008-'10
Werder Bremen
Claudio Pizarro
Portugal
20
33
2003-'05, 2007-'08, 2009-'11
Sporting Lisbon
Liédson
Romania
15
30
2009-'10, 2011-'15, 2016-'17
Steaua Bucureşti, Osmanlıspor FK
Raul Rusescu
Russia
21
38
2002-'03, 2004-'07, 2010-'11, 2012-'13, 2014-'15, 2016-'17
Zenit St. Petersburg, Sevilla
Aleksandr Kerzhakov
Serbia
20
18
1998-'00, 2008-'09
Juventus, Real Sociedad
Darko Kovačević
South Africa
15
39
1997-'98, 1999-'03, 2006-'08
Celta Vigo, Blackburn Rovers
Benni McCarthy
Spain
26
39
2011-'13, 2014-'18
Athletic Bilbao, Valencia
Aritz Aduriz
Sweden
31
45
1996-'04, 2007-'08
Celtic, Helsingborgs IF
Henrik Larsson
Switzerland
14
32
2001-'03, 2005-'06, 2008-'11, 2012-'13
FC Basel, Servette FC
Alexander Frei
Ukraine
14
22
2017-2021
Shakhtar Donetsk, Dinamo Kiev
Júnior Moraes
Uruguay
18
22
2007-'08, 2010-'11, 2012-'13, 2020-'21
Napoli, Manchester United
Edinson Cavani
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