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List of Copa Libertadores top scorers

This is a year-by-year and all-time list of topscorers in the Copa Libertadores football tournament. Alberto Spencer is the all-time goalscorer record of the Copa Libertadores with 54 goals, while Daniel Onega is the record top goalsocer in a single season with 17 goals in 1966.

Contents

  • By tournament 1
  • By player 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

By tournament

Season Player Nationality Club Goals
1960 Alberto Spencer  Ecuador Peñarol 7
1961 Osvaldo Panzutto  Argentina Santa Fe 4
1962 Coutinho  Brazil Santos 6
Enrique Raymondi  Ecuador Emelec 6
Alberto Spencer  Ecuador Peñarol 6
1963 José Sanfilippo  Argentina Boca Juniors 7
1964 Mario Rodríguez  Argentina Independiente 6
1965 Pelé  Brazil Santos 8
1966 Daniel Onega  Argentina River Plate 17
1967 Norberto Raffo  Argentina Racing 14
1968 Tupazinho  Brazil Palmeiras 11
1969 Alberto Ferrero  Uruguay Santiago Wanderers 8
1970 Francisco Bertocchi  Uruguay LDU Quito 9
Oscar Más  Argentina River Plate 9
1971 Luis Artime  Argentina Nacional 10
Raul Castronovo  Argentina Peñarol 10
1972 Toninho Guerreiro  Brazil São Paulo 6
Teófilo Cubillas  Peru Alianza Lima 6
Oswaldo Ramírez  Peru Universitario 6
Percy Rojas  Peru Alianza Lima 6
1973 Carlos Caszely  Chile Colo-Colo 9
1974 Fernando Morena  Uruguay Peñarol 7
Pedro Rocha  Uruguay São Paulo 7
Terto  Brazil São Paulo 7
1975 Fernando Morena  Uruguay Peñarol 8
Oswaldo Ramírez  Peru Universitario 8
1976 Palhinha  Brazil Cruzeiro 13
1977 Néstor Scotta  Argentina Deportivo Cali 5
1978 Guillermo La Rosa  Peru Alianza Lima 8
Néstor Scotta  Argentina Deportivo Cali 8
1979 Miltão  Brazil Guarani 6
Juan José Oré  Peru Universitario 6
1980 Waldemar Victorino  Uruguay Nacional 6
1981 Zico  Brazil Flamengo 11
1982 Fernando Morena  Uruguay Peñarol 7
1983 Arsenio Luzardo  Uruguay Nacional 8
1984 Tita  Brazil Flamengo 8
1985 Juan Carlos Sánchez  Argentina Blooming 11
1986 Juan Carlos de Lima  Uruguay Deportivo Quito 9
1987 Ricardo Gareca  Argentina América 7
1988 Arnoldo Iguarán  Colombia Millonarios 5
1989 Carlos Aguilera  Uruguay Peñarol 10
Raúl Vicente Amarilla  Paraguay Olimpia 10
1990 Adriano Samaniego  Paraguay Olimpia 7
1991 Gaúcho  Brazil Flamengo 8
1992 Palhinha  Brazil São Paulo 7
1993 Juan Carlos Almada  Argentina Universidad Católica 9
1994 Stalin Rivas  Venezuela Minervén 7
1995 Mário Jardel  Brazil Grêmio 12
1996 Antony de Ávila  Colombia América 11
1997 Alberto Acosta  Argentina Universidad Católica 11
1998 Sergio João  Brazil Bolívar 10
1999 Gauchinho  Brazil Cerro Porteño 6
Fernando Baiano  Brazil Corinthians 6
Víctor Bonilla  Colombia Deportivo Cali 6
Ruberth Morán  Venezuela Estudiantes de Mérida 6
Ruben Sosa  Uruguay Nacional 6
2000 Luizão  Brazil Corinthians 15
2001 Lopes  Brazil Palmeiras 9
2002 Rodrigo Mendes  Brazil Grêmio 10
2003 Marcelo Delgado  Argentina Boca Juniors 9
Ricardo Oliveira  Brazil Santos 9
2004 Luís Fabiano  Brazil São Paulo 8
2005 Santiago Salcedo  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 9
2006 Aloísio  Brazil São Paulo 5
Félix Borja  Ecuador El Nacional 5
José Luis Calderón  Argentina Estudiantes 5
Agustín Delgado  Ecuador LDU Quito 5
Sebastián Ereros  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 5
Ernesto Farías  Argentina River Plate 5
Fernandão  Brazil Internacional 5
Marcinho  Brazil Palmeiras 5
Daniel Montenegro  Argentina River Plate 5
Nilmar  Brazil Corinthians 5
Mariano Pavone  Argentina Estudiantes 5
Jorge Quinteros  Argentina Universidad Católica 5
Patricio Urrutia  Ecuador LDU Quito 5
Washington  Brazil Palmeiras 5
2007 Salvador Cabañas  Paraguay América 10
2008 Salvador Cabañas  Paraguay América 8
Marcelo Martins  Bolivia Cruzeiro 8
2009 Mauro Boselli  Argentina Estudiantes 8
2010 Thiago Ribeiro  Brazil Cruzeiro 8
2011 Roberto Nanni  Argentina Cerro Porteño 7
Wallyson  Brazil Cruzeiro 7
2012 Matías Alustiza  Argentina Deportivo Quito 8
Neymar  Brazil Santos 8
2013  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 7
2014 Julio dos Santos  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 5
Nicolás Olivera  Uruguay Defensor Sporting 5
2015 Gustavo Bou  Argentina Racing 8

By player

Rank Nation Player Goals Games Goal Ratio Debut Clubs
1 Alberto Spencer 54 87 0.62 1960 Peñarol, Barcelona
2 Fernando Morena 37 77 0.48 1973 Peñarol
3 Pedro Virgilio Rocha 36 88 0.41 1962 Peñarol, São Paulo, Palmeiras
4 Daniel Onega 31 47 0.66 1966 River Plate
5 Julio Morales 30 76 0.39 1966 Nacional
6 Antony de Ávila 29 94 0.31 1983 América, Barcelona
Juan Carlos Sarnari 29 62 0.47 1966 River Plate, Universidad Católica, Universidad de Chile, Santa Fe
Luizão 29 43 0.67 1998 Vasco da Gama, Corinthians, Grêmio, São Paulo
9 Juan Carlos Sánchez 26 53 0.49 1973 Blooming, San Jose
Luis Artime 26 40 0.65 1966 Independiente, Nacional

See also

External links

  • Copa Libertadores Topscorers at RSSSF
  • CONMEBOL Website: Libertadores Topscorers
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