Higuain goes mad underrated because he developed a cunt face when he moved to Juventus and because he's also a fat piece of shit lately. But the guy can dance in the box if he has to and will get to score.
I'd take Lautaro over him though, both aren't consistent enough. He's a much different player than Lukaku but he's vastly superior in the box and there's no need for him to play elsewhere, whereas Lukaku is close to aveage in the box and he needs to pull away from there in order to have an advantage over the defender, if the defender needs to or chooses to follow him outside.
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Saying that, the contenders for being in the top 5 this season are:
Higuain is not in, but quality wise he could be there. Duvan Zapata also played few games but he was impressive. 11 goals in 15 games and missed half the season for knee problems. Higuain was mostly fit and started a lot of games, but his output wasn't that great.
Insigne gets unluckiest award as he had like 5 shots hit the post. Team is in shit form so there's not much to credit him for.
I'd put Alejandro Gomez there too but let's call him an attacking midfielder.
Cristiano is automatic but he's such a volume guy that he just tries to hard.
Most shots, most shots blocked, most shots, only 2/21 successful crosses, 28 aerial duels won, 27 aerial duels lost.. He's one of those superstars that I'd never want to have at Inter even if I knew he'd prove to be a great asset. I just disagree so much with his whole existence as a top player
Belotti goes mad underrated in the last years because Torino sucks. He's still the most fouled players in Serie A which is odd given that he's a striker and doesn't have the ball as much. If he played for a better team he'd be a lock for top 5.
If I pick a 5 now, I think 20 minutes later I'll decide to change it up. But I think ADRossi got it right, with the exception that Lautaro has to be over Lukaku. But since I don't want to place two gobbi here, Dybala can fuck off for Lautaro.