Absa Premiership top 10 goal contributors - January 2020

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10. Peter Shalulile has scored 9 goals + 0 assists
10. Peter Shalulile has scored 9 goals + 0 assists in 19 appearances
8. Leonardo Castro has scored 7 goals + 2 assists
8. Leonardo Castro has scored 7 goals + 2 assists in 11 appearances
9. Knox Mutizwa has 9 goals + 0 assists in 17 appe
9. Knox Mutizwa has 9 goals + 0 assists in 17 appearances
7. Bongi Ntuli has 10 goals + 0 assists in 19 game
7. Bongi Ntuli has 10 goals + 0 assists in 19 games
6. Kermit Erasmus has 8 goals + 2 assists in 16 ga
6. Kermit Erasmus has 8 goals + 2 assists in 16 games
5. Bradley Grobler has 8 goals + 2 assists in 16 g
5. Bradley Grobler has 8 goals + 2 assists in 16 games
4. Themba Zwane has 7 goals + 3 assists in 13 game
4. Themba Zwane has 7 goals + 3 assists in 13 games
2. Samir Nurkovic has 10 goals + 2 assists in 15 g
2. Samir Nurkovic has 10 goals + 2 assists in 15 games
3. Lebogang Manyama has 4 goals + 8 assists in 17
3. Lebogang Manyama has 4 goals + 8 assists in 17 games
1. Gabadinho Mhango has 12 goals + 1 assist in 16
1. Gabadinho Mhango has 12 goals + 1 assist in 16 games

With Absa Premiership action coming in thick and fast, KickOff.com looks at how the goal contribution charts have shifted following the latest round of fixtures.

The league title race is where everyone’s attention is at the moment as Kaizer Chiefs continue to march ahead of the chasing pack with a seven-point lead.

The Golden Boot race is also currently gaining steam with Orlando Pirates forward Gabadinho Mhango leading the charts on 12 goals, while two other players have reached double digits thus far.

Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama remains top of the assists charts with eight assists - two ahead of his nearest challenger Surprise Ralani.

But who is the best attacking contributor when it comes to both goals and assists?

Check out the gallery above to see the players with the most goals and assists so far this season…