vendredi 18 mai 2018

Yugoslavia national team's top scorer by year.

Stejpan Bobek is the absolute top scorer for Yugoslavia with 38 goals scored

Yugoslavia national team's top scorer per year.
Olympic Games were counted when the players were supposed to be amateurs footballers.
This document will include Yugoslavia under its differnet forms from 1920 to 2002 plus Serbia and Montenegro 2003-2005 and Serbia 2006-2018.


1920 : Artur Dubravčić (HSK Concordia, Zagreb) & Jovan Ružić (SK Jugoslavija), 1 goal.
1921 : Branko Zinaja (HASK, Zagreb), 1 goal.
1922 : Branko Zinaja (HASK, Zagreb) & Géza Ábrahám (SK Vojvodina), 2 goals.
1923 : Vladimir Vinek (HASK, Zagreb) &Dragan Jovanović (SK Jugoslavija), 2 goals.
1924 : Dragan Jovanović (SK Jugoslavija), 1 goal.
1925 : Ljubomir Benčić (NK Hajduk Split), 1 goal.
1926 : Slavin Cindrić  (PH Građanski Š.K, Zagreb), 3 goals.
1927 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK), 2 goals.
1928 : Kuzman Sotirović (Beogradski SK), 2 goals.
1929 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK), 4 goals.
1930 : Blagoje Marjanović & Đorđe Vujadinović (Beogradski SK), 5 goals.
1931 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK), 5 goals. Ivan Hitrec (HASK then Grass. Zürich), 4.
1932 : Aleksandar Živković (PH Građanski Š.K), 6 goals. Vujadinović, 5.
1933 : Slavko Kodrnja (HSK Concordia, Zagreb), 4 goals. Živković, 3.
1934 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK), 7 goals. Branislav Sekulić  (SO Montpellier), 4.
1935 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK) & Aleksandar Živković (PH Građanski Š.K), 4 goals.
1936 : Blagoje Marjanović (Beogradski SK), 5 goals.
1937 : August Lešnik (PH Građanski), 4 goals. Branko Pleše (PH Građanski), 3.
1938 : Aleksandar Petrović (S.K. Jugoslavija), Frane Matošić (Hajduk) & Josip Velker (Vojvodina), 2 goals.
1939 : Aleksandar Petrović (S.K. Jugoslavija), 2 goals.
1940 : Zvonimir Cimermančić  (Građanski), 3 goals.
1941 : Franjo Wölfl (Građanski), 3 goals.
1946 : Frane Matošić (Hajduk), 3 goals.
1947 : Stejpan Bobek (Partizan), 6 goals. Jovan Jezerkić (Crvena Zvezda), 5.
1948 : Stejpan Bobek (Partizan), Rajko Mitić (Crvena Zvezda) & Željko Čajkovski (Dinamo Zagreb), 4 goals.
1949 : Stejpan Bobek (Partizan) & Željko Čajkovski (Dinamo Zagreb), 5 goals.
1950 : Rajko Mitić (Crvena Zvezda), 7 goals. Bobek, 4.
1951 : Stejpan Bobek (Partizan), 5 goals.
1952 : Rajko Mitić (Crvena Zvezda) & branko Zebec (Partizan), 8 goals. Bobek & Vukas (Hajduk), 7.
1953 : Rajko Mitić (Crvena Zvezda) & Bernard Vukas (Hajduk), 5 goals. Zradvko Rajkov (Voj.), 4.
1954 : Stejpan Bobek (Partizan) & Todor Veselinović (Vojvodina), 5 goals.
1955 : Todor Veselinović (Vojvodina) & Miloš Milutinović (Partizan), 5 goals.
1956 : Todor Veselinović (Vojvodina), 7 goals.
1957 : Miloš Milutinović (Partizan), 5 goals.
1958 : Todor Veselinović (Vojvodina), 8 goals. Aleksandar Petaković (Radnički), 6.
1959 : Muhamed Mujić (Velež Mostar), 5 goals. Borivoje Kostić (Crvena Zvezda), 4.
1960 : Borivoje Kostić (Crvena Zvezda), 18 goals. Milan Galić (Partizan), 14.
1961 : Milan Galić (Partizan), 7 goals.
1962 : Milan Galić (Partizan), 8 goals.
1963 : Milan Galić (Partizan), Josip Skoblar (OFK Beograd) & Slaven Zambata (Dinamo Zagreb), 2 goals.
1964 : Slaven Zambata (Dinamo Zagreb), 9 goals. Belin (Dinamo) & Osim (Željezničar), 4.
1965 : Milan Galić (Partizan), 3 goals. Džajić (Crvena), 2.
1966 : Josip Bukal (Željezničar) & Dragan Ogluta (Dinamo Zagreb), 2 goals.
1967 : Slaven Zambata (Dinamo Zagreb) & Ivica Osim (Željezničar), 3 goals.
1968 : Vahidin Musemić (FK Sarajevo), 5 goals. Džajić (Crvena), 4.
1969 : Dragan Džajić (Crvena Zvezda), 3 goals. Bukal, 2. Spasovski (Vardar Skopje), 2.
1970 : Josip Bukal (Željezničar), 3 goals. Džajić, 2.
1971 : Dragan Džajić (Crvena Zvezda), 3 goals. Bukal, 2. Jure Jerković (Hajduk), 2.
1972 : Dušan Bajević (Velež Mostar), 15 goals.
1973 : Dušan Bajević (Velež Mostar), 4 goals.
1974 : Josip Katalinski (Željezničar), 4 goals.  Bajević, 3. Ivica Šurjak (Hajduk), 3.
1975 : Zvonko Ivezić (Vojvodina), 2 goals.
1976 : Dragan Džajić (Crvena Zvezda), Danilo Popivoda (E. Braunschweig) & Josip Katalinski (OGC Nice), 2 goals.
1977 : Dušan Bajević (Velež Mostar) & Safet Sušić (FK Sarajevo), 5 goals.
1978 : Vahid Halilhodžić (Velež Mostar), 4 goals.
1979 : Safet Sušić (FK Sarajevo), 6 goals. Zlatko Vujović (Hajduk), 4.
1980 : Safet Sušić (FK Sarajevo) & Zlatko Vujović (Hajduk), 3 goals.
1981 : Zlatko Vujović (Hajduk), 5 goals. Halilhodžić (Velež then Nantes), 4.
1982 : 8 players with 1 goal scored each.
1983 : Safet Sušić (Paris Saint-Germain), 3 goals.
1984 : Safet Sušić (Paris Saint-Germain), Dragan Stojković (Radnički Niš), Fadil Vokrri (FK Priština) & Miloš Šestić (Crvena Zvezda), 2 goals.
1985 : Zlatko Vujović (Hajduk), 3 goals.
1986 : Zlatko Vujović (Hajduk then Bordeaux), 6 goals.
1987 : Dragan Stojković (Crvena Zvezda), Darko Pančev (Vardar Skopje), Fadil Vokrri, Srećko Katanec (Partizan) & Faruk Hadžibegić (Sochaux), 2 goals.
1988 : Dejan Savićević (Crvena Zvezda), 3 goals.  D. Stojković, 2. Dragan Jakovljević (FK Sarajevo), 2.
1989 : Zlatko Vujović (AS Cannes then Paris Saint-Germain), 4 goals. Pančev (Crvena), 3.
1990 : Darko Pančev (Crvena Zvezda), 6 goals.
1991 : Darko Pančev (Crvena Zvezda), 6 goals. Savićević, 5.
1992 : no goalscorers. 1 match played.
1994 : no goalscorers. 2 matches played.
1995 : Savo Milošević (Partizan then Aston Villa), 4 goals. Darko Kovačević (Crvena), 3.
1996 : Savo Milošević (Aston Villa), 5 goals. Savićević (AC Milan), 4.
1997 : Predrag Mijatović (Real Madrid), 11 goals.
1998 : Predrag Mijatović (Real Madrid), Dejan Stanković (Crvena Zvezda then Lazio) & Slaviša Jokanović (Tenerife), 3 goals.
1999 : Savo Milošević (Real Zaragoza), 4 goals.  Stanković, 3.
2000 : Savo Milošević (Zaragoza then Parma), 6 goals. Mijatović (Fiorentina), 4.
2001 : Savo Milošević (Parma) & Mateja Kežman (PSV Eindhoven), 5 goals.
2002 : Mateja Kežman (PSV Eindhoven) & Darko Kovačević (Real Sociedad), 3 goals.

Serbia and Montenegro
2003 : Zvonimir Vukić (Shakhtar Donestk), 2 goals.
2004 : Nenad Jestrović (Anderlecht), 4 goals. Vukić (Shakhtar Donestk), 3 goals.
2005 : Mateja Kežman (Atlético de Madrid), 5 goals.

Serbia
2006 : Nikola Žigić (Crvena Zvezda then Racing Santander), 4 goals. Danko Lazović (Vitesse Arnhem), 3.
2007 : Nikola Žigić (Santander then Valencia), 4 goals. Boško Janković (Mallorca then Palermo), 3.
2008 : Milan Jovanović (Standard de Liège), 3 goals. Krasić, Lazović, Milošević, Pantelić, Žigić, Ivanović : 2.
2009 : Milan Jovanović (Standard de Liège), 5 goals.
2010 : Marko Pantelić (Ajax Amsterdam), 2 goals.
2011 : Marko Pantelić (Olympiakos) & Zoran Tošić (CSKA Moskva), 3 goals.
2012 : Filip Đuričić (Heerenveen) & Branislav Ivanović (Chelsea), 2 goals.
2013 : Dušan Tadić (FC Twente), 4 goals.
2014 : Zoran Tošić (CSKA Moskva) & Aleksandar Kolarov (Manchester City), 2 goals.
2015 : Adem Ljajić (AS Roma then Inter Milan), 3 goals.
2016 : Dušan Tadić (Southampton) & Aleksandar Mitrović (Newcastle), 5 goals.
2017 : Aleksandar Mitrović (Newcastle), 4 goals.
2018 : Aleksandar Mitrović (Fulham) so far with 12 goals.

Aucun commentaire :

Enregistrer un commentaire