Kylian Mbappe was surpassed in the race to be the top scorer in Ligue 1

Kylian Mbappe has officially dropped to second place on the list of goalscorers in Ligue 1 this season, giving up first place to Lille’s Jonathan David.

In the last match, Lille and Lyon gave the NHM a spectacular match. There were 6 goals scored and divided equally between both teams. All 3 goals of the home team Lille were scored by striker Jonathan David, including 2 goals on the 11m mark.

Jonathan David becomes the first Lille player to score a hat-trick in Ligue 1 since Nicolas Pepe against Amiens on September 15, 2018. With the latest achievement, David rose to the top of the list of Ligue 1 top scorers this season.

Jonathan David scored a hat-trick against Lyon

The Canadian player has 19 goals, 1 more than PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe, who will play with the Parisian team against Brest in this round. The next list in the Ligue 1 top scorer race includes Wissam Ben Yedder (16) and Folarin Balogun (15).

With 53 goals, Jonathan David has surpassed Eden Hazard (50) to become Lille’s top scorer in the 21st century. If he keeps playing like this, the Lille striker has a chance to compete for the title. Ligue 1 top scorer in the 2022/23 season.

It is understandable that the Canadian striker is currently interested in many teams. In England, Everton, MU, Tottenham and Chelsea are all chasing the striker. Lille demanded 100 million euros for his star. Previously, they sold Nicolas Pepe to Arsenal for a fee of 80 million euros.