Who comes to mind when you think of clinical finishing? Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane, and are a few examples of strikers who lead the line. But how do they rank among the top strikers in the world this 2023/24 season? Let's take a look.

10. Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nassr)

Call the Saudi Pro League what you want in terms of competition. But one thing is sure: Cristiano Ronaldo still ranks as one of the most elite strikers in the world. 

The 38-year-old still brings it every match, scoring 12 goals in 11 appearances for Al Nassr this season. 

9. (Barcelona)

He may be in a temporary drought at Barcelona, but Robert Lewandowski still shows razor-sharp instincts for goal. The Polish striker notched 23 goals in 34 league games en route to Barcelona's La Liga triumph last season. 

The 35-year-old is still on the mark this campaign, scoring six goals in 13 appearances. The third-highest goal scorer in Champions League history will be Barcelona's main striker for seasons to come. Defenders still must beware of Lewy inside the box!

8. Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan)

The Argentine forward has emerged as one of Serie A's most feared strikers, scoring 20 goals in consecutive seasons. He also combines a warrior's spirit with a poacher's instincts in front of the goal, a crucial ingredient to 's latest success as Copa America and World Cup champion. 

7. Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)

He may not be as prolific as some of the goalscorers on the list, but Gabriel Jesus is a No. 9 that deserves to be on the list. When healthy, Jesus is a dribbler extraordinaire who works incredibly hard off the ball for his teammates.  

He provided the initial spark the Gunners needed last season to become title contenders. Can he help deliver Arsenal the Premier League title this season?