Euro 2020 top scorers: Ronaldo tops goal table as Lukaku continues

Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku currently top the Euro 2020 top scorer rankings

The race for Euro 2020 best striker is generally competitive, with some of the best forwards in the competition battling for the best individual title.

Winning the European Championship brings you continental glory, but it’s also an opportunity for star attackers to fight for individual honors.

Goal compiles below the number of individual goals for the most important players of Euro 2020.

Top scorers of Euro 2020

Pos Player Team Goals
1 Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 5
2 Patrik Schick Czech Republic 4
= 3 Romelu Lukaku Belgium 3
= 3 Georginio wijnaldum Netherlands 3
= 3 Emil Forsberg Sweden 3
= 3 Robert lewandowski Poland 3
= 7 Thorgan danger Belgium 2
= 7 Rahim sterling England 2
= 7 Karim Benzema France 2
= 7 Memphis depay Netherlands 2
= 7 Denzel Dumfries Netherlands 2
= 7 Ciro Immobile Italy 2
= 7 Manuel Locatelli Italy 2
= 7 Matteo pessina Italy 2
= 7 Kasper Dolberg Denmark 2
= 7 Yussuf Poulsen Denmark 2
= 7 Joakim maehle Denmark 2
= 7 Ivan Perisic Croatia 2
= 7 Kai Havertz Germany 2
= 7 Xherdan Shaqiri Switzerland 2
= 7 Roman Yaremchuk Ukraine 2
= 7 Andriy Yarmolenko Ukraine 2

* Up to date with matches played on June 26.

Cristiano Ronaldo currently leads the field as Euro 2020’s top scorer with five goals to his name, with the Portuguese captain breaking numerous goal scoring records in the process.

He broke France icon Michel Platini’s previous record of nine goals at the European Championships when he scored a penalty against Hungary before scoring his 11th goal in stoppage time.

Ronaldo set even more milestones, becoming the oldest player to score for Portugal in a major tournament at the age of 36 years and 130 days. He broke the record set by Pepe at the 2018 World Cup (35 years, 124 days).

The Juventus forward also became the oldest player to score at least two goals in a European Championship game, surpassing the record set by Andriy Schevchenko at the age of 35 years and 256 days.

He is followed by Czech sensation Patrick Schick, Swede Emil Forsberg, Belgian Romelu Lukaku and Georginio Wijnaldum with three goals each.


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