Lautaro eclipses stars like Haaland and Mbappe, the Inter star needs fewer minutes to score a goal

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Inter striker Lautaro Martinez is the player who has needed the fewest minutes to score a goal during 2023 in the top five European leagues.

The specialized statistics site LiveScore has published an article about the attackers who needed the fewest minutes to score a goal this year.

The only condition followed was for the player to have played over 1200 minutes and the record is held by Inter’s star Lautaro Martinez

The Argentinian striker needed less than one game to find a goal, or rather scored every 89.81 minutes.

After him comes Victor Osimhen with a goal in 92.63 minutes, while the podium is completed by Alexandre Lacazette with a goal every 94.94 minutes.

Kylian Mbappe ranks fourth, scoring a goal every 95.59 minutes, while Wissam Ben Yedder ranks fifth with a goal every 96.47 minutes.

Erling Haaland has scored every 101.47 minutes taking the sixth place and Elye Wahi with a goal every 108 minutes takes the seventh place.

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