samedi 9 juin 2018

Soviet Union and Russia national football teams' top scorers by year

Oleg Blokhin is the Soviet team and Soviet league all-time top scorer


Soviet Union, C.I.S and Russia national teams' top scorers by year. This includes the Olympic Games encounters, until one point.

Russia
1912 : Vasiliy Zhitarev (ZKS Moskva) & Vasiliy Butasov (SC Unitas, St-Petersburgh),  1 goal.
1913 : Vasiliy Zhitarev & Valentin Sysoev (ZKS Moskva) , 1 goal.
1914 : Vasiliy Zhitarev (ZKS Moskva), 2 goals.
Soviet Union
1924 : Mikhail Butusov (Spartak Vyborgskiy, Leningrad), 2 goals.
1925 : Mikhail Butusov (Spartak Vyborgskiy) & Fyodor Selin (MSFK Moskva), 1 goal.
1952 : Vsevolod Bobrov (VVS Moskva), 5 goals.
1954 : Sergey Salnikov (Dinamo Moskva), 3 goals.
1955 : Eduard Streltsov (Torpedo Moskva), 7 goals.
1956 : Anatoliy Ilyin (Spartak Moskva), 6 goals.
1957 : Eduard Streltsov (Torpedo Moskva), 7 goals.
1958 : Anatoliy Ilyin (Spartak ) & Valentin Ivanov (Torpedo), 3 goals.
1959 : 5 players with 1 goal scored each.
1960 : Viktor Ponedelnik (SKA Rostov), 7 goals.
1961 : Viktor Ponedelnik (SKA Rostov), 5 goals.
1962 : Aleksey Mamykin (CSKA Moskva), 7 goals.
1963 : 4 players with 1 goal scored each.
1964 : Viktor Ponedelnik (SKA Rostov), 3 goals.
1965 : Anatoliy Banishevskiy (Neftyanik, Baku),  7 goals.
1966 : Anatoliy Banishevskiy (Neftyanik) & Igor Chislenko (Dinamo Moskva), 5 goals.
1967 : Igor Chislenko (Dinamo Moskva), 10 goals.
1968 : Murtaz Khurtsilava (Dinamo Tbilissi), 3 goals.
1969 : Vitaliy Khmelnitskiy (Dynamo Kyiv), 4 goals.
1970 : Anatoliy Byshovets (Dynamo Kyiv), 7 goals.
1971 : Viktor Kolotov (Dynamo Kyiv), 5 goals.
1972 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), 8 goals. Kolotov, 7.
1973 : Vladimir Onishchenko (Zarya, Voroshilovgrad), 3 goals.
1974 : David Kipiani (Dinamo Tbilissi), 1 goal. 3 matches played.
1975 : Viktor Kolotov (Dynamo Kyiv), 4 goals.
1976 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv) & Aleksandr Minayev (Dinamo Moskva), 4 goals. 
1977 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), 4 goals. Kipiani (Tbilissi) & Buryak (Kyiv), 3.
1978 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), 6 goals.
1979 : Ramaz Shengeliya (Dinamo Tbilissi), 4 goals.
1980 : Sergey Andreyev (SKA Rostov), 6 goals. Fyodor Cherenkov (Spartak), 4.
1981 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), 5 goals.
1982 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), Ramaz Shengeliya (Dinamo Tbilissi), Khoren Oganesyan (Ararat Yerevan) & Sergey Baltacha (Dyn. Kyiv), 2 goals.
1983 : Oleg Blokhin (Dynamo Kyiv), 5 goals.
1984 : Sergey Rodionov (Spartak Moskva), 3 goals. Protasov (Dnepr), 2.
1985 : Oleh Protasov (Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk), 8 goals.
1986 : Igor Belanov (Dynamo Kyiv), 6 goals.
1987 : 4 players with 2 goals scored each. Belanov, Protasov, Zavarov & Dobrovolskiy.
1988 : Oleh Protasov (Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk), 10 goals.
1989 : Oleh Protasov (Dnepr), Igor Dobrovolskiy (Dinamo Moskva) & Hennadiy Lytovchenko (Dynamo Kyiv), 2 goalS.
1990 : 5 players with 2 goals scored each. Lytovcenko, Dobrovolskiy, Mykhaylychenko, Protasov, Cherenkov.
1991 : Igor Korneev (CSKA Moskva), 3 goals.
C.I.S.
1992 : Sergey Kiryakov (Dinamo Moskva), 4 goals.
Russia
1993 : Sergey Kiryakov (Karlsruher SC), 4 goals.
1994 : Dmitriy Radchenko (Racing Santander) & Oleg Salenko (CD Logroñes), 6 goals.
1995 : Igor Kolyvanov (Foggia) & igor Kulkov (FC Porto then Spartak Moskva), 4 goals.
1996 : Igor Kolyvanov (Foggia then Bologna), Valeriy Karpin (Real Sociedad then Valencia) & Vladimir Beschastnykh (Werder then Santander), 4 goals. Kiryakov, Kanchelskis, Nikiforov, Mostovoy and Simutenkov, 3.
1997 : Igor Simutenkov (Reggiana), 4 goals.
1998 : 11 players with 1 goal scored each.
1999 : Valeriy Karpin (Celta de Vigo), 4 goals. Beschastnykh, 5
2000 : Vladimir Beschastnykh (Racing Santander) & Maksim Buznikin (Spartak then FC Saturn), 3 goals.
2001 : Vladimir Beschastnykh (Racing Santander then Spartak Moskva), 6 goals. B. 1st April '74.
2002 : Vladimir Beschastnykh (Spartak Moskva) & Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Zenit St-Petersburg), 3 goals.
2003 : Dmitriy Bulyikin (Dinamo Moskva), 4 goals.
2004 : Dmitriy Sychov (Lokomotiv Moskva), 7 goals.
2005 : Aleksandr Kerzhakov & Andrey Arshavin (Zenit St-Petersburg), 4 goals.
2006 : Andrey Arshavin (Zenit St-Petersburg) & Pavel Pogrebnyak (FC Tom, Tomsk), 2 goals.
2007 : Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Sevilla FC), 6 goals.
2008 : Roman Pavlyuchenko (Spartak then Tottenham), 6 goals. Arshavin, 5. Zyryanov (Zenit), 4.
2009 : Roman Pavlyuchenko (Tottenham), 5 goals.
2010 : Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Zenit), Pavel Pogrebnyak (VfB Stutgart) & Roman Shirokov (Zenit), 2 goals.
2011 : Roman Pavlyuchenko (Tottenham), 5 goals.
2012 : Roman Shirokov (Zenit St-Petersburg), 7 goals.
2013 : Aleksandr Kokorin (Dinamo Moskva) & Aleksandr Samedov (Lokomotiv Moskva), 3 goals.
2014 : Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Zenit St-Petersburg), 5 goals.
2015 : Artyom Dzyuba (Zenit St-Petersburg), 6 goals.
2016 : Artyom Dzyuba (Zenit St-Petersburg), 3 goals.
2017 : Fyodor Smolov (FK Krasnodar), 5 goals.
2018 : Denis Cheryshev (Villareal) so far with 2 goals. Against RSA at the WC.

During the next World Cup in Russia, the responsabilty of scoring goals will heavily weight on the shoulders of Smolov from FK Krasnodar
Edit :
2018 : Denis Cheryshev (Villareal then Valencia), 6 goals. Artyom Dzyuba (Arsenal Tula then Zenit St-Petersburg), 4 goals. 

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