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Top 30 most dangerous goal-scoring partnerships in the 21 century.

Top 30 most dangerous goal-scoring partnerships in the 21 century.
Messi-Suárez-Neymar, historic trident

Modern football has seen the emergence of strong free-scoring combinations that have silenced the football world. From the likes of Messi, Neymar, and Suarez, dubbed as ‘MSN’ to the likes of Mo Salah’s amazing chemistry with Roberto Firmino.

But who lead the list of the most dangerous duos?

Let’s crack the numbers.

30. Cristiano Ronaldo (42) & Alvaro Morata (20) – 62 goals (Real Madrid
2016/17)
29. Kylian Mbappe (39) & Edinson Cavani (32) – 62 goals (Paris Saint-Germain – 2018/19)
28.Ruud van Nistelrooy (44) & Paul Scholes (20) – 64 goals (Manchester United – 2002/03)
27.Didier Drogba (37) & Frank Lampard (27) – 64 goals (Chelsea – 2009/10)
26.Cristiano Ronaldo (44) & Gareth Bale (21) – 65 goals (Real Madrid – 2017/18)
25.Zlatan Ibrahimovic (41) & Edinson Cavani (25) – 66 goals (PSG – 2013/14)
24.Edinson Cavani (49) & Lucas Moura (19) – 68 goals (PSG – 2016/17)
23.Edinson Cavani (40) & Neymar (28) – 68 goals (PSG – 2017/18)
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22.Klass-Jan Huntelaar (48) & Raul (21) – 69 goals (Schalke – 2011/12)
21.Edin Dzeko (35) & Grafite (35) – 70 goals (Wolfsburg – 2008/09)
20.Lionel Messi (47) & Pedro (23) – 70 goals (Barcelona – 2009/10)
19.Mohamed Salah (44) & Roberto Firmino (27) – 71 goals (Liverpool – 2017/18)
18.Lionel Messi (38) & Samuel Eto’o (36) – 74 goals (Barcelona – 2008/09)
17.Robert Lewandowski (42) & Thomas Muller (32) – 74 goals (Bayern Munich – 2015/16)
16.Lionel Messi (51) & Luis Suarez (23) – 74 goals (Barcelona – 2018/19)
15.Cristiano Ronaldo (55) & Karim Benzema (20) – 75 goals (Real Madrid – 2012/13)
14.Cristiano Ronaldo (51) & Karim Benzema (24) – 75 goals (Real Madrid – 2013/14)
13.Zlatan Ibrahimovic (50) & Edinson Cavani (25) – 75 goals (PSG – 2015/16)
12.Lionel Messi (53) & David Villa (23) – 76 goals (Barcelona – 2010/11)
11.Lionel Messi (60) & David Villa (16) – 76 goals (Barcelona – 2012/13)
10.Lionel Messi (45) & Luis Suarez (31) – 76 goals (Barcelona – 2017/18)
9.Robert Lewandowski (55) & Serge Gnabry (23) – 78 goals (Bayern Munich – 2019/20)
8.Cristiano Ronaldo (53) & Karim Benzema (23) – 79 goals (Real Madrid – 2010/11)
7.Cristiano Ronaldo (51) & Karim Benzema (28) – 79 goals (Real Madrid – 2015/16)
6.Cristiano Ronaldo (61) & Karim Benzema (22) – 83 goals (Real Madrid – 2014/15)
5.Lionel Messi (73) & Cesc Fabregas (15) – 88 goals (Barcelona – 2011/12)
4.Lionel Messi (54) & Luis Suarez (36) – 90 goals (Barcelona – 2016/17)
3.Cristiano Ronaldo (60) & Karim Benzema (32) – 92 goals (Real Madrid – 2011/12)
2.Lionel Messi (58) & Neymar (39) – 97 goals (Barcelona – 2014/15)
1Luis Suarez (59) & Lionel Messi (41) – 100 goals (Barcelona – 2015/16)
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