As a matter of fact, every club in Europe is looking for a 20-goal-a-season and enlisted them as the best striker of the term. Paris championsip, Ligu 1, had two this season, one of which, Alexandre Lacazette, has been strongly linked with summer moves to Premier League sides like Arsenal and Manchester United. The Lyon’s striker hit 27 goals and is by far the best striker in Ligue 1 right now. Here is the four another best attacking line of the tournament.
EdinsonCavani from Paris Saint-Germain had received a lot of criticism during the campaign, but he managed to end the season in superb form. He beat last season’s total by two and helped PSG shake off Lyon in the title race. His record of 11 goals in 10 games to end the campaign brought back his confidence and should see him remain at PSG next season. A quick, strong, opportunistic, and prolific forward with good technique, Cavani has been described as a “modern striker”
The next on the list is Max Gradel from Saint-Etienne. Although he didn’t make much of an impact during the first half of the season, once Max Gradel returned from the Africa Cup of Nations, he began playing like a forward possessed. In his 2014/2015 season Gradel scored 13 in 14 matches, while still providing 3 assist.He finished with 17 tally for the season and helped Saint-Etienne fight for a place in the top three. Gradel is known as a very special player because of his Ronaldinho-like dribbling.
EA Guingamp should thank to Claudio Beauvue who has helped the team impressed in three competitions this season. The striker caught everyone’s imagination and attention by completing his adaption from right-sided midfielder to 17-goal Ligue 1 striker. Strong in the air, quick, with a deadly right-foot. He may not be at Guingamp for much longer. Since his move to Guingamp in 2013, he had scored 22 goals in 72 games.
The big Marseille striker, Andre-Pierre Gignac started the campaign season by scoring 10 goals in the first 10 games, his best ever start to a season in his career. Gignac endured a rough patch for the majority of the fall season, which led to criticism from local media, club supporters, and former club players, most notably Jean-Pierre Papin who stated Gignac’s game had “become too predictable. On the other hand, known personally by his team-mates as Dede, he is described as a “powerful and dangerous” striker who is known for his “aerial presence”
While on the top of the list is AlexandreLacazette from Olympique Lyonnais. After scoring 15 goals last season, everyone was interested to see how Lacazette would follow up his breakout campaign. The truth is he absolutely smashed it. Finishing with 27 goals, he was one of the best strikers in Europe, and easily the best in France. The 24-year-old has a huge future ahead of him. Lyon are hoping it is with them for at least another 12 months.