Top scorer in the European Cup 2021: Golden Boot ranking update

That person once again reached the top of another scorer list. Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo currently leads the 2021 European Cup’s top scorer list with three goals and currently defeats Patrick Sigg of the Czech Republic with an assist (more on the tiebreaker below).

36-year-old Ronaldo is Top scorer in European Championship history (12 goals and counting), he is the most recent Serie A scorer (29 goals) at Juventus.

DraftKings’s odds setters named Ronaldo and Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku (two goals) as the common favorites of the award, because Sigg’s odds are fourth, because experts may not think the Czechs will Like Portugal (defending champion) or Belgium (ranked number one in the world).

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When players score the same number of goals, there will be a tiebreaker that determines their final ranking in the scoring table. These are implemented by UEFA since the 2008 European Cup:

  1. Most assists provided by the 2021 European Cup
  2. Least playing time in the 2021 European Cup
  3. Most goals scored during the 2021 European Cup qualifiers (including playoffs)
  4. The fewest cards in the European Cup 2021 (yellow and red added together)
  5. The fewest cards in the 2021 European Cup qualifiers (a combination of yellow and red)

The updated scoring table is as follows. If “own goal” is the actual entry in these rankings, it will be in the lead. The five own goals scored during the game exceeded the number of goals Ronaldo and Sigg led in the game.

Top scorer in the 2021 European Cup

ranking player team the goal Assist Minutes of play
1. Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 3 1 180
Patrick Sigg Czech Republic 3 0 161
3. Andrei Yarmolenko Ukraine 2 1 160
Roman Yaremchuk Ukraine 2 1 160
Ciro Immobile Italy 2 1 171
Manuel Locatelli Italy 2 0 160
Romelu Lukaku Belgium 2 0 180
Denzel Dumfries Netherlands 2 0 180

Note: A total of 32 players tied a goal in this game.

According to UEFA, there are There was no official top scorer award before the 1996 European CupThe following are the winners of the best shooter award since its establishment:

Euro’s best scorer (since 1996)

year player team the goal
1996 Alan Shearer United Kingdom 5
2000’s Patrick Kluivert Netherlands 5
Savo Milosevic Yugoslavia 5
year 2004 Milan Barros Czech Republic 5
Year 2008 David Villa Spain 4
2012 Fernando Torres Spain 3
2016 Antoine Griezmann France 6

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