The events of the Italian League ignited after the loss of the adults in the seventh round, and looking at the Arab participation in the Calcio, we find that the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah The Liverpool winger is still at the top of the list of the best Arab scorers, after he scored 35 goals in the Italian league with Fiorentina and Roma in 2015 and 2016, 6 with Al-Viola and 29 with the Giallorossi.
In second place is Moroccan Mehdi Benatia with 14 goals, 6 with Udinese, 5 with Roma, and 3 with Juventus.
The third place is occupied by Algerian Abdelkader Ghazal, former player of Siena, Bari and Cesena, with 13 goals, divided between 11 with Siena and two goals with Bari.
In the same position equally, Moroccan Hussein Kharja is present with 13 goals, one with Roma, 8 with Siena, 3 with Genoa and one goal with Inter Milan.
Fifth place with 12 goals is the Moroccan Omar El Kadouri, former Empoli, Napoli and Brescia player, and the current Greek PAOK, who scored 12 goals in the Italian championship, divided between a goal with Napoli, 8 in a Turin shirt and 3 with Empoli.
The series of the fall of adults in the Italian League
Juventus lost to its host Monza with a free goal, in the match that brought them together in the seventh round of the Italian League “Serie E” season 2022-2023.
While the Napoli team snatched the lead of the Italian league, after the victory of the southern champions over Milan, with a double for a goal, in the meeting that brought them together at the “San Siro” stadium, the stronghold of Milan, in the seventh round of Omar Calcio.
Juventus suffered a surprise defeat against Monza, with a goal in return, while the Udinese team defeated Inter Milan 3-1, in the seventh round of the Italian Premier League.
The Udinese team defeated its guest, Inter Milan, 3-1, in the match that brought them together at the “Friuli” stadium, in the seventh round of the Italian League competition..
Serie A top scorer standings after the end of the seventh round of the current season
Marko Arnautovic, Bologna, 6 goals.
Ciro Immobile, Lazio, 5 goals.
Olivier Giroud, AC Milan, 4 goals.
Theon Coopmineers, Atalanta, 4 goals.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, Napoli, 4 goals.
Beto, Udinese, 4 goals.
Dusan Vlahovic, Juventus, 4 points.
Rafael Liao, AC Milan, 3 goals.
Boulay Día, Salerentiana, 3 goals.
Paulo Dybala, Roma, 3 goals.