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Africa Cup of Nations All-time Top Scorers

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Top Scorer

No. of Goals

Sudan 1957

Mohamed Diab El Attar (Egypt)

5

Egypt 1959

Mahmoud El Gohary (Egypt)

3

Ethiopia 1962

Badawy Abdel Fattah (Egypt)

Mengistu Worku (Ethiopia)

3

Ghana 1963

Hassan El Shazly (Egypt)

6

Tunisia 1965

Osei Kofi (Ghana)

Ben Acheampong (Ghana)

Eustache Manhle (Ivory Coast)

3

Ethiopia 1968

Laurent Pokou (Ivory Coast)

6

Sudan 1970

Laurent Pokou (Ivory Coast)

8

Cameroon 1972

Salif Keita (Mali)

5

Egypt 1974

Ndaye Mulamba (Zaire)

9

Ethiopia 1976

Aliou Mamadou Keita (Mali)

4

Ghana 1978

Opoku Afriyie (Ghana)

Phillip Omondi (Uganda)

Segun Odegbami (Nigeria)

3

Nigeria 1980

Segun Odegbami (Nigeria)

Khaled Labied (Morocco)

3

Libya 1982

George Elhassan (Ghana)

4

Ivory Coast 1984

Taher Abou Zeid (Egypt)

4

Egypt 1986

Roger Milla (Cameroon)

4

Morocco 1988

Abdoulaye Traore (Ivory Coast)

Gamal Abdel Hamid (Egypt)

Roger Milla (Cameroon)

Lakhdar Belloumi (Algeria)

2

Algeria 1990

Djamel Menad (Algeria)

4

Senegal 1992

Rashidi Yekini (Nigeria)

4

Tunisia 1994

Rashidi Yekini (Nigeria)

5

South Africa 1996

Kalusha Bwalya (Zambia)

5

Burkina Faso 1998

Hossam Hassan (Egypt)

Benedict McCarthy (South Africa)

7

Ghana / Nigeria 2000

Shaun Bartlett (South Africa)

5

Mali 2002

Patrick Mboma (Cameroon)

Salomon Olembe (Cameroon)

Julius Agahowa (Nigeria)

3

Tunisia 2004

Francileudo dos Santos (Tunisia)

Augustine Okocha (Nigeria)

Patrick Mboma (Cameroon)

Frederic Kanoute (Mali)

Youssef Moukhtari (Morocco)

4

Egypt 2006

Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon)

5

Ghana 2008

Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon)

5

Angola 2010

Mohamed Nagy (Egypt)

5

Gabon / Equatorial Guinea 2012

Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)

Manucho (Angola)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon)

Houssine Kharja (Morocco)

Cheick Diabate (Mali)

Emmanuel Mayuka (Zambia)

Christopher Katongo (Zambia)

3

South Africa 2013

Mubarak Wakaso (Ghana)

Emmanuel Emenike (Nigeria)

4

Equatorial Guinea 2015

Andre Ayew (Ghana)

Thievy Bifouma (Congo)

Javier Balboa (Equatorial Guinea)

Dieumerci Mbokani (Democartic Republic of Congo)

Ahmed Akaichi (Tunisia)

3

Gabon 2017

Junior Kabananga (Democratic Republic of Congo)

3