3) Neymar (PSG)
Another big name, Neymar has four goals and one assist so far for PSG, putting all the media speculation over his future behind him and focusing on his football.
The Brazilian will undoubtedly remain among Europe’s top performers this season, and currently has a WhoScored rating of 8.17.
2) Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
A somewhat surprise name, Karim Benzema struggled for large patches of last season, but looks back to his best now, perhaps also aided by Ronaldo’s exit from the Bernabeu.
The Frenchman has four goals in his first three games, earning him a score of 8.19 overall.
1) Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
And look who’s top, the unstoppable, unrelenting Lionel Messi, who shows no signs of slowing down after another fine start for Barcelona.
He may not have Ronaldo to compete with anymore, but that shouldn’t stop the Argentine finding the motivation to help Barca retain their title.
In just three games, Messi has contributed six goals in the form of scoring four and assisting two, earning him the highest rating in Europe of 8.98.