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- Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain, SWE)
The talismanic striker did not enjoy his best season at the Parc des Princes, but he still compiled an impressive 28 goals across all competitions and was willing to pick the ball up deeper than usual and dictate play from there. While no longer in his prime, the big Swede can still alter the course of any game and is nearly un-defendable when in form.
- Diego Costa (Chelsea, ESP)
Fitness issues continue to plague the Spaniard, but he was at his goal-scoring best this season with 20 goals in just 26 Premier League games. He held up play well, finding the runs of Hazard, Oscar, and Willian, but showed a far stronger predatory instinct in the box, finding the back of the net with aplomb. A healthier season could see him translate that domestic success back to the Champions League as he once did for Atletico.
- Karim Benzema (Real Madrid, FRA)
It cannot be easy being an out-and-out striker flanked by Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, two goal-scoring experts, on either side, but Benzema continues to perform at a high level and sets his ego aside for the good of Los Blancos. His movement on the shoulders of center-backs causes havoc and his willingness to then lay a ball off for his teammates is admirable. And let’s not forget he scored 22 times across all competitions, a solid return.
- Sergio Aguero (Manchester City, ARG)
Fitness issues seem to follow ‘Kun’ wherever he goes, but that did not stop him from having an exceptional season on the blue side of Manchester. He scored 26 goals to grab the Premier League Golden Boot while adding 6 more in the Champions League, including a match-winning hat trick against Bayern Munich. He is one the hardest players in the world to tackle and his finishing is as deadly as ever.
- Luis Suarez (Barcelona, URU)
Suarez’s post-World Cup ban seemed to only increase his hunger (pardon the pun). He compiled a remarkable 25 goals and 17 assists in 37 games for the Blaugrana, meshing perfectly with Messi and Neymar. He scored goals, ran defenders out of shape, and held up play beautifully. The Uruguayan displayed the kind of selflessness this season that is often sorely lacking in No. 9s.