1. Lionel Messi
As of Oct. 20, he had scored 57 goals and recorded 22 assists, per Yahoo Sports. And those totals helped Barcelona win a treble of trophies in 2015. At the international level, Messi experienced disappointment, though, as Argentina lost the Copa America final to Chile on penalties. But that can't take away from the 28-year-old's brilliance. Despite being sidelined with an injury in recent weeks, Messi has already done enough to reclaim the Ballon d'Or.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
As great as Lionel Messi was in 2015, Lionel Messi was better .Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Ballon d'Or each of the past two years and ranks among the top contenders again this year. In 2015, the Portuguese superstar racked up 51 goals and 17 assists as of Oct. 20, according to Yahoo Sports, and he also passed Raul as Real Madrid's all-time leading scorer.
Neymar 23 years old ,has ranked among the world's best for so long that it's hard to remember just how young he is. But he played like a savvy veteran down the stretch for Barca, scoring three times over two legs against Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinals and once again in the final against Juventus.
The Brazil international also netted important goals in the league, as well as Barca's second in the Copa del Rey final against Athletic Bilbao. His 39 goals in all competitions were critical in the Catalan side's charge to the treble.
4. Luis Suarez
After joining Barcelona from Liverpool in 2014, Luis Suarez needed some time to find his best form. But he did exactly that in 2015, becoming a critical component of Barca's drive to the treble.
The Uruguayan featured in the middle of the attack, allowing Messi more space to exploit on the flanks. But he was by no means just a decoy. In 27 league appearances, Suarez scored 16 goals, adding seven more in 10 Champions League games.
So far this term, he has scored seven times in eight league games and is set to take on an even more important role in Lionel Messi's absence.
5. Robert Lewandowski
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski Starting with five quick-fire goals against Wolfsburg in a substitute's appearance, the Poland international went on an unbelievable run of 15 goals in six games for club and country.
Through 12 matches for Bayern in the Bundesliga and Champions League this season, Lewandowski has netted an amazing 16 goals. But as brilliant as he's been this term, he can't feature ahead of any of the remaining four players based on honors won and goals scored. Lewandowski finished 2014-15 with 25 goals in all competitions for Bayern.
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