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England youngsters Marcus Rashford and Tammy Abraham set the pace across Europe's top five leagues as they lead U23 scoring charts ahead of Kylian Mbappe and Co Marcus Rashford and Tammy Abraham have been in fine form so far this season They sit ahead of Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe in goalscoring charts  Upcoming English stars have produced the goods this campaign in front of goal

By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline

Published: 10:54 GMT, 15 January 2020 | Updated: 11:55 GMT, 15 January 2020

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Marcus Rashford and Tammy Abraham have shown the future is bright for England by leading the goalscoring charts for Under 23 players across Europe's top five leagues.

Rashford currently sits atop with 14 goals for , while his England team-mate Abraham has 13 strikes to his name as he continues to impressively lead the line for Chelsea.

The Three Lions duo have both scored more goals than Kylian Mbappe - who is expected to become a future Ballon d'Or winner when Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's dominance dies down.

Marcus Rashford has enjoyed a fine campaign in front of goal, scoring 14 times for Man United

Marcus Rashford has enjoyed a fine campaign in front of goal, scoring 14 times for Man United

Tammy Abraham, Chelsea's No 1 striker this season, has an impressive 13 goals to his name

Tammy Abraham, Chelsea's No 1 striker this season, has an impressive 13 goals to his name

Kylian Mbappe has 11 strikes already for PSG despite suffering from injury early on in season

Kylian Mbappe has 11 strikes already for PSG despite suffering from injury early on in season

LEADING UNDER 23s 

Marcus Rashford - 14 (Man United)

Tammy Abraham - 13 (Chelsea)

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