There has been several discussions about striking partnership between forwards in clubs and they have been devastating, but this article will be limited to the top five attacking duos in top five European Leagues in the ongoing 2020-21 season.
There have been several partnerships that have been working between the likes of Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son at Tottenham and this has kept Spurs on top of the Premier League log.
Top five attacking duos in European Leagues
Below are the top five attacking duos across five European Leagues in the 2020-21.
Ronaldo and Morata
Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata have been able to form partnerships in the attacking line-up.
Although Ronaldo was absent in some games due to COVID-19, but his partnership with Morata seems to be yielding fruit. Juve suffered in some games due to his absence.
He announced his importance on his recovery from COVID- 19 with a bracx against Spezia in a Serie A clash.
Although Juve has other goalscorers in Federico Chiesa and Weston McKennie, the partnership between Ronald and Morata has produced 19 goals so far this season.
Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes
There has been a fruitful partnership between Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes despite the fact that both of them are not strikers.
Since he joined the Old Trafford, Fernandes has become an important player in the squad. His creativity seems to also bring out the best in Rashford who has scored 42 goals under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.
So, far, their partnership has also produced 19 goals.
Salah and Jota
Liverpool has been rewarded for coughing out a huge amount to get Diogo Jota.
The Portuguese seems to have settled into the team and dislodged Bobby Firmino in the first team.
So, far his partnership with Liverpool’s best player, Mohammed Salah has produced 20 goals.
If not for injury, he could have score more as he seems to be hitting the back of the net in almost every games for the Reds.
Son and Kane
This is one of the most potent partnerships across Europe this season. Kane and Son are firing from all cylinders, especially in the Premier League.
They are usually among the goals for Jose Mourinho.
Their partnership has so far produced 21 goals that have taken them to the second spot on the log, three points behind Liverpool after their 2-1 loss at Anfield on Wednesday.
Lewandowski and Muller
The new world footballer of the year, Robert Lewandowski alone would have made the list having scored 20 goals already this season from 18 games.
2+2😎 You know MüllewanGoalski 🤪🤣 @esmuellert_@FCBayern #Doppelpack pic.twitter.com/KvhowixGC2— Robert Lewandowski (@lewy_official) October 17, 2020
But most of his goals have come from assists from Thomas Muller. The duo is known to be goal poachers. They currently share 21 goals between them already with Muller having obviously one out of them.