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[Africa] CAF Confederation Cup Last Five Years Highest Goals Scorers

The Confederation Cup has recorded different highest goals scorers especially from the winning teams from the competition, the competition is the lowest category of club competition with higher participants due to dropping of some teams from CAF champions league to the Confederation cup.

Below is the list of the top scorer in the years.

Karim El Berkaoui

Karim El Berkaoui is currently leading the 2019/2020 CAF Confederation Cup goal scorer chart with eight goals.

The Moroccan footballer currently playing for Hassania Agadir as a winger has recorded two hattricks this season.

El Berkaoui is expected to increase his goals tally when Hassana Agadir takes on RS Berkane in the semifinals in November.

El Berkaoui made one unofficial appearance for the Morocco national football team in a friendly against the Central African Republic during preparations for 2018 African Nations Championship qualifying.

Waheed Bakhet


The 2018/2019 goal scorer chat was a tight race between Waleed Bakhet of Sudan Al-Hilal and Togo Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba of Morocco RS Berkane.

Waleed Bakhet later finished as ahead Kodjo with a goal difference as both had Seven and Six goals each.

Mahmoud Benhalib

Mahmoud Benhalib is a Moroccan professional footballer who plays as a Forward for Raja Casablanca.

The Forward top the 2017-2018 goals scorer chart with nine goals ahead of Jean-Marc Makusu Mundele of Democratic Republic of the Congo AS Vita Club

Mahmoud scored three braces in the group stage of the CAF Confederation cup before scoring a penalty in the of final that help his team to beat AS Vita of DR Congo in the first leg.

Ben Malango

Ben Malango, a DR Congolese professional footballer who currently plays Raja Casablanca was the highest goal scorer in the 2016/2017 CAF Confederation cup that helps his former team TP Mazembe to clinch their second consecutive title against Super Sports of South Africa.

Ben scored five of his six goals in the group stage, quarter-finals and Semi-Finals.

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