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Top 10 leaders in the European Golden Shoe race

As the 2020/21 season approaches the halfway stage, it is time to check out the 10 current leaders in the European Golden Shoe race.

The 2020/21 European Golden Shoe race is beginning to take shape as clubs approach the winter break.

Last season’s runner-up Robert Lewandowski has already taken a commanding lead at the top of the table, irrespective of a league’s co-efficiency rating, with a stunning 17 goals in his opening 12 Bundesliga games.

The European Sports Media determines the outcome based on a player’s goal numbers and the strength of his league (e.g. goals scored * league strength = total points).

Lets check out the 10 current leaders for this season’s Golden Shoe using only players from a top-five European league.

10. Erling Haaland – 20 points

The 20-year-old has kicked off his first full campaign in the German Bundesliga with a brilliant 10 goals in only eight games. Had a muscle injury not sidelined him for Borussia Dortmund’s last four league games of 2020, he could’ve been a top-three challenger. Nevertheless, Haaland is expected to recover once the winter break ends.

9. Zlatan Ibrahimovic – 20 points

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The 39-year-old Swede, who frequently dubs himself as ‘Benjamin Button’, hasn’t played in half of AC Milan’s games but he still has a stunning 10 Serie A goals. Zlatan is out for the rest of 2020 with a calf injury.

8. Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 22 points

What a difference a season can make!

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Calvert-Lewin has gradually raised his game over the years, but playing under Carlo Ancelotti at Everton has lifted him to a whole new level. He’s now a Golden Boot challenger in the Premier League and an England international.

7. Heung-min Son – 22 points

The South Korean, alongside Harry Kane, has been an instrumental part of Tottenham’s title charge this season. He has contributed towards 58% of Spurs’ 26 league goals overall and will hope to do more in the second half.

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6. Jamie Vardy – 22 points

Last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner is hungry for another, having smashed home 11 goals in only 15 games to help Leicester City launch another top-four challenge and possible title bid. Vardy’s 34th birthday may be coming up in January, but he remains as deadly as ever inside the box.

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5. Romelu Lukaku – 22 points

The former Manchester United striker has been reborn ever since joining Inter Milan in 2019. He is already approaching the half-century mark in goals with 49 to his account in only 69 appearances for the club.

Lukaku is just 12 goals shy of reaching his tally of 23 goals in last season’s Serie A.

4. Kylian Mbappe – 24 points

The 22-year-old missed the beginning of the season due to a positive COVID-19 test, but he has continued his breathtaking form for Paris Saint-Germain since his return.

Mbappe has only started nine of the club’s 17 Ligue 1 games, yet the young striker still tops the French league’s goal charts.

3. Cristiano Ronaldo – 24 points

After narrowly missing out on a first Capocannoniere award and a fifth European Golden Shoe, Ronaldo has entered his third campaign with Juventus more determined than ever.

The Real Madrid legend has taken only nine games to score 12 goals to win many valuable points for Juventus in their bid for a 10th Serie A title in a row.

2. Mohamed Salah – 26 points

The Egyptian loves to score and continues to do so at ease for Liverpool.

Salah is gunning for a third Premier League Golden Boot in only four seasons and has left nothing to chance. He’s been ruthless, clinical, and extremely effective at hammering in the goals to help Liverpool go top of the league table.

1. Robert Lewandowski – 34 points

The newly crowned FIFA Best Player of the year has made the difference yet again for Bayern Munich. His goal contributions have made up 54% of the club’s 39 goals.

That recent double against Bayer Leverkusen also lifted Bayern back to the top of the Bundesliga table to keep their bid of a nine consecutive title going strong.

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