vendredi 26 avril 2019

Poland National Team's Top Scorer by Year



Poland national football team's top scorer by year

1921 : no goals scored in one match (0-1 in Hungary).
1922 : Jozef Garbien (Pogon Lviv) & Jozef Kaluza (KS Cracovia), 2 goals.
1923 : Wawrzyniec Stalinski (Warta Poznan), 5 goals.
1924 : Henryk Reyman (Wisla), 2 goals.
1925 : Leon Sperling (KS Caracovia), 2 goals.
1926 : Mieczyslaw Batsch (Pogon Lviv), 6 goals. Stalinski, 4.
1927 : Jozef Kaluza (KS Cracovia), Karol Pazurek (Pogon Kaowice), Stanislaw Wojcik (KS Cracovia), 1 goal.
1928 : Waclaw Kuchar (Pogon Lviv), 3 goals. Reyman, 2.
1930 : Jozef Nawrot (Legia), 4 goals, all against Latvia, his only cap that year.
1931 : Mieczyslaw Balcer (Wisla), 3 goals (HT YUG). Kisielinski, Wypijewski, Kniola, Kossok, 1.
1932 : Jozef Nawrot (Legia), 6 goals.
1933 : Jozef Nawrot (Legia), 2 goals
1934 : Jozef Nawrot (Legia), Ernest Wilimowski & Gerard Wodarz (Ruch) 3 goals.
1935 : Michal Matyas (Pogon Lviv), 4 goals.
1936 : Gerard Wodarz & Teodor Peterek (Ruch), 3 goals.
1937 : Leonard Piatek (AKS Chorzow), 4 goals. Korbas (Cracovia, HT BUL) & Wilimowski, 3.
1938 : Ernest Wilimowski (Ruch), 10 goals (incl. 4 vs BRA at the WC). Piatek, 5.
1939 : Ernest Wilimowski (Ruch), 5 goals.
1947 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 7 goals.
1948 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 3 goals.
1949 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 3 goals.
1950 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 5 goals.
1951: 1 match played in Hungary (6-0 loss).
1952 : Teodor Aniola (L. Poznan), 2 goals.
1953 : Pawel Sobek (G. Bytom), Jozef Kohut (Wisla) & Ewald Wisniowski (G. Radlin), 1 goal.
1954 : Kazimierz Trampisz (Bytom), 2 goals. Cieslik, 1. In 2 games.
1955 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 3 goals.
1956 : Ernest Pol (Legia), 6 goals. Henryk Kempny (Legia), 4.
1957 : Edward Jankowski (G. Zabrze), 4 goals. Lucjan Brychczy (Legia), 3.
1958 : Gerard Cieslik (Ruch), 3 goals. Ernest Pol (G. Zabrze), 2 in 1 match (IRE).
1959 : Ernest Pol (G. Zabrze), 8 goals.
1960 : Ernest Pol (G. Zabrze), 8 goals (incl. 5 against TUN at the Olympics).
1961 : Ernest Pol (G. Zabrze), 6 goals.
1962 : Lucjan Brychczy (Legia) & Roman Lentner (G. Zabrze), 3 goals in 8 m. each.
1963 : Eugeniusz Faber (Ruch), 5 goals. Brychczy (Legia) & Galeczka (Zaglebie), 4.
1964 : Ernest Pol (G. Zabrze), 5 goals.
1965 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 5 goals in 2 m (4 against FIN).
1966 : Jan Liberda (Bytom), 4 goals.
1967 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 3 goals in 7 m. & Janusz Zmijewski (Legia), 3 in 2 (HT BEL).
1968 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 6 goals. A. Jarosik (Zaglebie) & J. Zmijewski (Legia), 4.
1969 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 10 goals (incl. 5 in one match against LUX).
1970 : Zygfryd Szoltysik (G. Zabrze), 4 goals. Joachim Marx (Ruch), 3.
1971 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 4 goals.
1972 : Kazimierz Deyna (Legia), 9 goals (incl. 6 at the Olympic Games).
1973 : Wlodimierz Lubanski (G. Zabrze), 7 goals. Robert Gadocha (Legia), 5
1974 : Grzegorz Lato (Mielec), 11 goals.
1975 : Grzegorz Lato (Mielec) & Andrzej Szarmach (G. Zabrze), 8 goals in 10 games each.
1976 : Grzegorz Lato (Mielec) & Andrzej Szarmach (G. Zabrze), 5 goals (+ 1 m. for Lato).
1977 : Grzegorz Lato (Mielec), 5 goals. Deyna, 4.
1978 : Grzegorz Lato (Mielec) & Zbigniew Boniek (Widzew), 5 goals. Deyna, 4.
1979 : Roman Ogaza (Szombierki) & Stanislaw Terlecki (KS Lodz), 4 goals. Lato & Boniek, 3.
1980 : Andrzej Iwan (Wisla), 9 goals.
1981 : Wlodzimierz Smolarek (Widzew), 4 goals. Boniek & Buncol, 3.
1982 : Zbigniew Boniek (Widzew) & Janus Kupcewicz (Arka then L. Poznan), 4 goals.
1983 : 9 players with 1 goal scored each.
1984 : Dariusz Dziekanowski (Widzew), 6 goals.
1985 : Dariusz Dziekanowski (Widzew then Legia), Andrzej Palasz (G. Zabrze) & Waldemar Prusik (Slask), 3 goals.
1986 : Dariusz Dziekanowski (Widzew then Legia) & Krzysztof Baran (KS Lodz), 2 goals.
1987 : Marek Lesniak (Pogon) 5 goals.
1988 : Jan Furtok (Katowice) & Roman Kosecki (Gwardia), 3 goals.
1989 : Ryszard Tarasiewicz (Slask then Xamax) & Krzysztof Warzycha (Ruch), 3 goals.
1990 : Roman Kosecki (Legia) & Jacek Ziober (KS Lodz then Montpellier), 5 goals in 15 m. each.
1991 : Jan Urban (Osasuna), 3 goals.
1992 : Roman Kosecki (Galatasaray), 4 goals.
1993 : Marek Lesniak (Wattenscheid), 5 goals.
1994 : Roman Kosecki (Atl. Madrid), Andrzej Juskowiak (Sporting CP) & Henryk Baluszynski (Gornik then Bochum), 2 goals.
1995 : Andrzej Juskowiak (Sporting CP then Olympiakos), 7 goals.
1996 : Krzysztof Warzycha (Panathinaikos) & Henryk Baluszynski (Bochum), 2 goals.
1997 : Andrzej Juskowiak (M'Gladbach), Radoslaw Kaluzny (Zaglebie) & Cezary Kucharski (Legia then Gijon), 3 goals.
1998 : Miroslaw Trzeciak (Ptak then Osasuna), 4 goals. W. Kowalczyk (Las Palmas) & S. Czereszewski (Legia), 3.
1999 : Tomas Hajto (Duisburg), Tomasz Iwan (PSV), Miroslaw Trzeciak (Osasuna) & Artur Wichniarek (Widzew), 2 goals.
2000 : Radoslaw Kaluzny (Wisla), 4 goals. Emmanuel Olisadebe (Polonia), 3.
2001 : Emmanuel Olisadebe (Panathinaikos), 7 goals.
2002 : Maciej Kurawski (Wisla), 4 goals. Pawel Kryszalowicz (E. Frankfurt), 3.
2003 : Andrzej Niedzielan (Dyskobolia), 4 goals. Jacek Krzynowek (Nürnberg), 3.
2004 : Maciej Kurawski (Wisla) & Pawel Kryszalowicz (Amica Woncki, all vs FAR) 4 goals.
2005 : Tomasz Frankowski (Wisla then Elche), 7 goals. Maciej Kurawski (Wisla then Celtic), 6.
2006 : Euzebiusz Smolarek (Dortmund), 4 goals. R. Matusiak (Belchatow), 3.
2007 : Euzebiusz Smolarek (Dortmund then Santander), 6 goals. Jacek Krzynowek (Wolfsburg), 5.
2008 : Roger Guerreiro (Legia), Mariusz Lewandowski (Shakhtar), Robert Lewandowski (L. Poznan) & Radoslaw Matusiak (Wilsa), 2 goals.
2009 : Euzebiusz Smolarek (Bolton), 4 goals.
2010 : Robert Lewandowski (L. Poznan then Dortmund), 6 goals.
2011 : Pawel Brozek (Trabzonspor) & Jajub Blaszczykowski (Dortmund), 3 goals.
2012 : Jajub Blaszczykowski (Dortmund), 4 goals.
2013 : Robert Lewandowski (Dortmund), Piotr Zelinski (Udinese) & Piotr Teodorczyk (in lesser games, Polonia then L. Poznan), 3 goals.
2014 : Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund then Bayern Munich), 5 goals.
2015 : Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), 11 goals. In 7 appearances.
2016 : Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), 8 goals.
2017 : Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), 9 goals.
2018 : Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), 4 goals. Zielinski (Napoli), 3.

2019 : Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), Krzysztof Piatek (AC Milan) & Kamil Glik (Monaco) so far (see posting date), with 1 goal scored each.

Lubanski alternate thumb in NT jersey



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