jeudi 15 août 2019

Sweden National Team's Top Scorer by Year

Gunnar Nordahl & Zlatan Ibrahimovic, two forces of nature

Sweden national team's top scorer per year.
Goals scored at the Olympic Games are included until the 1950s.


1908 : Karl Gustafsson (IFK Köping) & Erik Bergström (Örgryte), 5 goals. Erik Börjesson (IFK Göteborg), 4.
1909 : no goals scored (in one game).
1910 : Karl Gustafsson (IFK Köping) & Herman Myhrberg (Örgryte), 2 goals.
1911 : Erik Börjesson (Örgryte), 3 goals. 3 players with 2 goals.
1912 : Ivar Svensson (IFK Norrköping), 5 goals.
1913 : Karl Gustafsson (Köping IS), 5 goals.
1914 : Ivar Svensson, August Ekroth (AIK Solna) & Sten Söderberg (Djurgårdens), 3 goals.
1915 : Ivar Svensson & Valfrid Gunnarsson (AIK Solna), 3 goals.
1916 : Karl Gustafsson (Djurgårdens), 4 goals.
1917 : Karl Gustafsson (Djurgårdens) & Carl Ström (Helsingborgs), 2 goals.
1918 : 5 players with 1 goal. (incl. K. Gustafsson).
1919 : Herbert Karlsson (IFK Göteborg), 8 goals.
1920 : Herbert Karlsson (IFK Göteborg), 8 goals. Carl Dahl (Landskrona), 5.
1921 : Herbert Karlsson (IFK Göteborg), 3 goals.
1922 : Carl Dahl (Helsingborg), 4 goals.
1923 : Harry Dahl (Landskrona), 5 goals. Carl Dahl (Helsingborgs), 3.
1924 : Sven Rydell (Orgryte), 18 goals. Per Kaufelt (AIK Solna), 10 goals. Rudolf Kock (AIK Solna), 8.
1925 : Filip Johansson (IFK Göteborg), 11 goals. S. Rydell, 7.
1926 : Axel Hedström (Brynäs IF), 5 goals. Gunnar Rydfberg (Göteborg), 4...
1927 : Sven Rydell (Orgryte) & Albin Hällback (IFK Malmö), 8 goals.
1928 : Harry Lundahl (Helsingborgs), 5 goals.
1929 : Knut Kroon (Helsingborgs), 5 goals. Lundahl, Rydell, 4.
1930 : Carl Dahl, Harry Lundahl, Knut Kroon, (Helsingborgs), John Sundberg (Sandviken) & Bertil Karlsson (Eskilstuna), 3 goals.
1931 : Sunne Zetterberg (IK Brage), 6 goals. Rydell (Redbergslid) & Evert Hansson (Orgryte), 4.
1932 : John Nilsson (GAIS), 6 goals.
1933 : Lennart Bunke (Helsingborgs) & Bertil Ericsson (Sandvikens), 4 goals.
1934 : Bertil Ericsson (Sandvikens), 5 goals. Tore Keller (Sleipner) & Erik Persson (AIK Solna), 4.
1935 : Axel Nilsson (AIK Solna), 5 goals. Sven Jonasson (Elfsborg), 4.
1936 : Sven Jonasson (Elfsborg), 8 goals.
1937 : Lennart Bunke (Helsingborgs) & Gustav Wetterström (Sleipner), 4 goals.
1938 : Arne Nyberg (IFK Göteborg), 7 goals.
1939 : Erik Persson (AIK Solna), 4 goals.
1940 : Knut Johansson (Elfsborg), 6 goals.
1941 : Henry Carlsson (AIK Solna), 4 goals.
1942 : Henry Carlsson (AIK Solna) & Gunnar Nordahl (Degerfors), 2 goals.
1943 : Gunnar Nordahl (Degerfors), 5 goals.
1945 : Gunnar Nordahl (Norrköping), 7 goals. Gunnar Gren (Göteborg), 6. Henry Carlsson & Arne Nyberg, 4.
1946 : Gunnar Gren (Göteborg), 7 goals.
1947 : Gunnar Nordahl (Norrköping), 15 goals.
1948 : Gunnar Nordahl (Norrköping), 12 goals. Gren, 6. N. Carlsson & Rosen, 5. Lideholm, 4.
1949 : Hasse Jepsson (Djurgårdens), 5 goals. Carl-Erik Palmér (Malmö), 4.
1950 : Carl-Erik Palmér (Malmö), 6 goals (in 10 games). Jepsson, 4 in 5 games.
1951 : Ingvar Rydell (Malmö) & Arne Lundqvist (Örebro), 3 goals.
1952 : Yngve Brodd (Örebro) & Hans Persson (Helsingborgs), 5 goals.
1953 : Nils-Åke Sandell (Malmö), 6 goals.
1954 : Nils-Åke Sandell (Malmö), 8 goals. John Eriksson (Djurgårdens), 7...
1955 : Nils-Åke Sandell (Malmö) & Karl Löfgren (Motala), 4 goals.
1956 : Karl Löfgren (Motala) & Gösta Sandberg (Djurgårdens), 2 goals.
1957 : Henry Källgren (Norrköping), 6 goals. Gren (Örgryte), 4.
1958 : Agne Simonsson (Örgryte), 8 goals.
1959 : Agne Simonsson (Örgryte), 6 goals. Rune Börjesson (Örgryte), 5. Bengt Berndtsson (Göteborg), 4.
1960 : Rune Börjesson (Örgryte), 6 goals.
1961 : Yngve Brodd (Toulouse) & Rune Börjesson (Örgryte), 4 goals. Börjesson played one last time in NT as a Juventus player (no goals scored).
1962 : Owe Ohlsson (Göteborg), 5 goals. Leif Skiöld (Djurgårdens), 4.
1963 : Harry Bild (Norrköping), 3 goals.
1964 : Kurt Hamrin (Fiorentina), 3 goals.
1965 : Agne Simonsson (Örgryte) & Bo Larsson (Malmö), 3 goals.
1966 : Tom Turesson (Hammarby), 5 goals. Ove Kindvall (Norrköping), 4.
1967 : Leif Eriksson (IK Sirius FK), 3 goals.
1968 : Inge Ejderstedt (Östers Vaxjo), 4 goals. O. Kindvall & L. Eriksson, 3.
1969 : Ove Kindvall (Feyenoord), 4 goals. Ejderstedt, 3.
1970 : Dan Brzokoupil ( Djurgårdens), 3 goals.
1971 : Bo Larsson (Malmö), Ove Grahn (Grasshopper), Sten Pålsson (GAIS) & Ove Eklund (Åtvidabergs), 2 goals.
1972 : Ralf Edström (Åtvidabergs), 8 goals.
1973 : Roland Sandberg (Åtvidabergs then Kaiserslautern), 6 goals.
1974 : Ralf Edström (PSV Eindhoven), 4 goals. Sandberg, 3. Torstensson (Bayern), 2.
1975 : Thomas Sjöberg (Malmö), 4 goals.
1976 : Thomas Sjöberg (Malmö), 5 goals. Torstensson, 3.
1977 : Thomas Sjöberg (Malmö), 2 goals. Did not score in NT during his stint at Karlsruher (2 games).
1978 : Lennart Larsson (Schalke), 2 goals.
1979 : Torbjörn Nilsson (Göteborg), 4 goals (in 2 games).
1980 : Sten-Ove Ramberg (Hammarby) & Mats Nordgren (Östers), 2 goals.
1981 : Thomas Larsson (Örgryte), 4 goals.
1982 : Thomas Larsson (Örgryte, did not score as a Nice player) & Thomas Älstrom (Elfsborg), 2 goals (in 1 game).
1983 : Mats Jingblad (Halmstads), 7 goals. Dan Corneliusson (IFK Göteborg then VfB Stuttgart), 6.
1984 : Robert Prytz (Glasgow Rgs) & Thomas Sunesson (Malmö), 3 goals.
1985 : Robert Prytz (Glasgow Rgs then Göteborg), 5 goals. Corneliusson (Como), 3.
1986 : Johnny Ekström (Götbeorg then Empoli), 6 goals.
1987 : Mats Magnusson (Malmö then Benfica), 3 goals.
1988 : Hans Holmquist (Young Boys then Cesena), 4 goals.
1989 : Klas Ingesson (Göteborg), 3 goals.
1990 : Thomas Brolin (Norrköping then Parma), 5 goals. Ingesson, 3.
1991 : Martin Dahlin (Malmö), 6 goals. Kennet Andersson (Göteborg), 5. Brolin, 4.
1992 : Martin Dahlin (M'gladbach) & Kenneth Andersson (Mechelen), 4 goals. Brolin, Ingesson, S. Pettersson (Ajax), 3.
1993 : Martin Dahlin (M'gladbach), 6 goals.
1994 : Thomas Brolin (Parma), 9 goals. K. Andersson (Lille then Caen), 7. Dahlin, 6. H. Larsson (Feyenoord), 5.
1995 : Kenneth Andersson (Caen, did not score afterwards as a Bari player), 5 goals.
1996 : Martin Dahlin (M'gladbach then Roma), 5 goals. K. Andersson (Bari then Bologna), 3.
1997 : Pär Zetterberg (Anderlecht), 5 goals. K. Andersson, 4.
1998 : Jörgen Pettersson (M'gladbach), 3 goals.
1999 : Nicklas Alexandersson (Sheffield Wednesday), 3 goals.
2000 : Jörgen Pettersson (K'lautern), Henrik Larsson & Johan Mjällby (Celtic), 2 goals.
2001 : Henrik Larsson (Celtic), 9 goals. Marcus Allbäck (Heerenveen), 6. Anders Svensson (Elfsborg then Southampton), 5.
2002 : Marcus Allbäck (Heerenveen then Aston Villa), 4 goals in 13 games. H. Larsson, 3 in 8.
2003 : Marcus Allbäck (Aston Villa), 5 goals.
2004 : Henrik Larsson (Celtic then Barcelona) & Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax then Juventus), 8 goals. Allbäck (Villa then Rostock), 7.
2005 : Fredrik Ljugberg (Arsenal), 5 goals. Ibrahimovic, 4.
2006 : Marcus Allbäck (Brønby), 4 goals.
2007 : Marcus Allbäck (Brønby) & Johan Elmander (Toulouse), 3 goals.
2008 : Kim Källström (Lyon), 3 goals.
2009 : Olof Mellberg (Olympiakos), 3 goals.
2010 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Barcelona then Milan), 3 goals.
2011 : Tobias Hysén (Göteborg), 4 goals. 5 players with 3.
2012 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Milan then Paris SG), 11 goals.
2013 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris SG), 9 goals.
2014 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris SG), 3 goals. 3 players with 2.
2015 : Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris SG), 11 goals.
2016 : Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos), Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig) & Mikael Lustig (Celtic), 2 goals.
2017 : Marcus Berg (Panathinaikos then Al Ain), 7 goals. Andreas Granqvist (Krasnodar), 4.
2018 : Andreas Granqvist (Krasnodar then Helsingborgs), 3 goals.


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