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Golden Boot 2019/20: Lewandowski still leads despite not scoring

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Pin 2019/20 Golden Boot ranking. AFP
2019/20 Golden Boot ranking. AFP

Golden Boot 2019/20: Lewandowski still leads despite not scoring

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Europe's top league championships continue to progress, with the scorers already topping the 2019-2020 Golden Shoe standings. Robert Lewandowski failed to score after each and every previous league match. Who did not fail is Immobile, who is already a goal away from the Pole.

There are less and less unknown to the general public at the top of the Golden Boot ranking. Scorers in leagues that started earlier, in spring or summer, such as those in the Baltic and Scandinavian countries, are beginning to give way to the airs of the big leagues.

Robert Lewandowski already appears in first place. The Bayern Munich striker is in a state of grace, although he finally broke his scoring streak. He had scored at least one goal in the previous 11 rounds, and although Bayern beat Fortuna Dusseldorf, he did not score. Nevertheless, the Pole has 16 goals to his name, and now has 32 points.

After him appears a player from the Estonian League: Erik Sorga, who, with 31 goals for Flora de Tallin, is now in second place with 31 points.

In third place is Ciro Immobile, who has already scored 15 goals in Serie A. so he has earned himself 30 points. He's already got Lewandowski with a shot, something that seemed unthinkable seeing the Polish's streak. But the Italian is also getting out.

Ilya Shkurin has 25.5 points and remains the great referent of the Zorka-BDU of the League of Belarus. 17 goals so far this year.

There is a draw in fifth position. RB Leipzig's Timo Werner and Leicester's Jamie Vardy are tied for 12 goals, which brings them 24 points each.

Behind them, seventh, is now one of the most fashionable scorers in Europe. Erling Haaland has already scored 15 times with the Red Bull Salzburg, giving him 22.5 points.

The table closes with a triple tie at 22.5 points. Swiss Young Boys' Jean Pierre Nsame, Jordan Larsson, now at Spartak Moscow, and Mohamed Turay of Swedish Djurgardens close the top 10 with 15 goals each.

2019/20 Golden Boot ranking (25-11-2019)

1.- Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich, Germany), 16 goals, 32 points.
2.- Erik Sorga (Flora Tallin, Estonia), 31 goals, 31 points.
3.- Ciro Immobile (Lazio, Italy) 15 goals, 30 points.
4.- Ilya Shkurin (Zorka-BDU, Belarus), 17 goals, 25.5 points.
5.- Timo Werner (RB Leipzig, Germany) 11 goals, 22 points (in 989 minutes).
​6.-  Jamie Vardy (Leicester, England) 11 goals, 22 points (in 1.170 minutes).
7.- Erling Haaland (Red Bull Salzburg, Austria), 15 goals, 22.5 points.
8.- Jean Pierre Nsame (Young Boys, Switzerland), 15 goals, 22.5 points. (in 1.221 minutes).
9.- Jordan Larsson (Norrköping y Spartak de Moscow, Sweden and Russia), 15 goals, 22.5 points (in 2.092 minutes).
10.- Mohamed Turay (Djugardens, Sweden) 15 goals, 22.5 points (in 2.370 minutes).

Clasificación de la Bota de Oro 2019-2020

It should be remembered that the Golden Boot only counts the goals scored in the League, and does not count the goals scored in Champions League or other tournaments.

To calculate the points, 'European Sports Media' gives a multiplier to each competition based on its position in the UEFA ranking. Thus, the five major leagues (Spain, France, Germany, England and Italy) double the goals, and the less important leagues, such as Portugal, the Netherlands or Turkey, to give three examples, multiply by 1.5. The minor leagues do not have a multiplication factor.

In the event of a tie on points, the first criterion for a tiebreaker will be the lowest number of minutes played in their respective league championships.



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