Hojlund and Gavi are also looking at his back: Benjamin Šeško has the most goals among all U21 players for national teams
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Even though we all know how good Benjamin Šeško is, every now and then the statistics remind us of how big a footballing gem we really have in our guts. Benjamin Šeško shone on the national stage again in October. He was a key man in Slovenia’s 3-0 win over Finland, scoring two goals, and also hit the net in Belfast, but his goal was disallowed for offside.
Benjamin Šeško , just 20 years old, has already scored 9 national team goals, and statistics show that among players under 21(born in 2003 and later), no one is better than the young Slovenian in this respect.
Rasmus Hojlund from Manchester United, who has scored 7 goals for Denmark so far this season. Hojlund and Šeško will soon face each other, with the Denmark-Slovenia match taking place in Kobenhavn in November; whoever wins will be on the Euro 2024.
In third place is Gavi, a 19-year-old from Barcelona, who has scored five times for Spain. German-born Armenian Grant-Leon Ranos follows with four goals, while Evan Ferguson (Ireland, Brighton), Yvandro Borges Sanches (Luxembourg, Borussia Mönchengladbach), Hakon Arnar Haraldsson (Iceland, Lille) and Isak Bergmann Johannesson (Iceland, Fortuna Düsseldorf) have three national team goals each.
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