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Euro 2020 top scorers: Who will win the Euros Golden Boot?

We bring you all the Euro 2020 top scorers as the competition reaches its climax. Can Raheem Sterling or Harry Kane beat Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrik Schick?

Euro 2020 top scorers
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Published: Sunday, 11th July 2021 at 1:03 pm

The Euro 2020 final is almost upon us – but it's not only the main trophy that is still up for grabs, with a number of individual awards still to be decided as well.

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Among those is the Golden Boot, the award given to the player who finishes the tournament as the highest scorer, and it's still possible for an England player to win it.

As things stand, Cristiano Ronaldo is at the top of the standings with five goals, while Czech Republic's Patrik Schick has scored the same number but stands to lose out due to having recorded less assists than the Portuguese superstar.

Of course, both those players have since been eliminated from the competition and so there is still a chance they can be overtaken.

Harry Kane is probably the best bet to surpass their total, with the England striker currently sitting on four goals, despite having faced criticism for his perceived poor start to the tournament.

If Kane does net a couple and finishes as top scorer it would be all the more impressive considering he also won the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Raheem Sterling, who has three goals and one assist to his name so far, also has an outside chance of winning the award but it's rather unlikely that an Italian player will overtake the five-goal mark.

While Italy as a team have scored two more goals than England in the tournament, they have shared their goals around – with Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, Manuel Locatelli, Matteo Pessina, and Federico Chiesa having all netted twice.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the Euro 2020 top scorers and who needs to step up to win the Golden Boot in 2021.

Euro 2020 top scorers

As things stand, Cristiano Ronaldo remains at the top with five goals (including three penalties), while Patrik Schick is level on goals but behind by virtue of having no assists.

European heavyweights Karim Benzemam, Romelu Lukaku and Robert Lewandowski are out of the running due to France, Belgium and Poland being eliminated, despite bagging four, four and three goals respectively.

Raheem Sterling has been a shining light of the tournament, while Harry Kane has stepped up to put himself in contention – and two goals for either would be enough to win the award.

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 5 goals, 1 assist
  2. Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) – 5 goals, 0 assists
  3. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) – 4 goals, 0 assists
  4. Karim Benzema (France) – 4 goals, 0 assists
  5. Emil Forsberg (Sweden) – 4 goals, 0 assists
  6. Harry Kane (England) – 4 goals, 0 assists
  7. Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) – 3 goals, 1 assist
  8. Raheem Sterling (England) – 3 goals, 1 assist
  9. Kasper Dolberg (Denmark) – 3 goals, 0 assists
  10. Rober Lewandowski (Poland) – 3 goals, 0 assists

Bold denotes players still active in the tournament.

LAST UPDATED - 12:30pm Sunday 11th July

Euro 2020 top scorer odds

In working partnership with the Radio Times, bet365 has provided the following betting odds for the Euro 2020 top scorers: bet365

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) / Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) – 6/4

Harry Kane (England) – 10/3

Raheem Sterling (England) – 20/1

Ciro Immobile (Italy) – 100/1

Lorenzo Insigne (Italy) – 150/1

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