Robert Lewandowski, with a double for Bayern against Cologne (5-1), increased his advantage as the main gunner of the season in the five main European leagues ahead of Leo Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and André Silva. The Polish striker, winner of the FIFS The Best award, has 28 goals in the Bundesliga, which also allows him to top the Golden Boot rankings ahead of Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
In fact, if it maintains its dynamic of success, with 11 games ahead of the Bundesliga final, Lewandowski will surpass the record of previous campaigns of Ciro Inmobile (36), Leo Messi (36/37) and Luis Suárez (40, the highest level of the last five years).
Even outside of these major leagues, the forward has no rival. In fact, in the Golden Boot table, Lewandowski’s leadership is unquestionable. The second is Kasper Junker, Norwegian Bodo Glimt player, with 27 goals and 40.5 points for the 56 points of the Pole, since the main competitions score more.
Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo scored
The advantage is already 9 points over the two great dominators of world football in recent years, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, authors of 19 goals each (with 38 points in the Golden Boot classification. The Argentine was decisive in the victory for Barcelona at home to Sevilla (where he achieved the second in the 0-2) and Portuguese achieved the goal that gave a point to his Juventus in the field of Verona).
André Silva also appears with 19 goals. The Portuguese attacker, a former player among other teams from Milan and Seville, is exploiting his skills at Eintracht Frankfurt, which he currently has installed 4th of the Bundesliga in the Champions zone).
Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian striker for Inter, and the Frenchman Kylian Mbappe, one of the great stars of French football and PSG, made the most of their qualities for a new weekend and then appear with 18 goals, one more than two other figures from the European leagues, a young aspiring to the throne, the Norwegian Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), and another with more experience and established, the Egyptian Mohamed Salah (Liverpool).
The Nordic attacker completes his ‘harvest’ with the 8 goals he has achieved in the Champions League so far. He is the campaign leader in European competitions, with one more than the Portuguese Pizzi Fernandes (Benfica / Europa League), the Turkish Yusuf Yazici (Lille / Europa League) and the English Marcus Rashford (Manchester United / Champions / Europa League) .
Luis Suárez, ahead of Bruno Fernandes
The Uruguayan Luis Suárez, although he has lost the dynamics of the goals in recent games, continues in the ‘top 10’ of the gunners of the main European leagues with 16 goals and with Atlético de Madrid as the outstanding leader of LaLiga, just by in front of one of the emerging figures of the English Premier, the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United).
The Italian Ciro Immobile (Lazio), the top scorer in European football last season, is not being able to repeat the same numbers. At the moment he has 14 in Serie A, the same as a large group formed by the Dutch Memphis Depay (Lyon / Ligue 1) and Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg / Bundesliga), the Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Milan / Serie A), the English Harry Kane (Tottenham / Prrmier), the Spanish Gerard Moreno (Villarreal / LaLiga), the Colombian Luis Muriel (Atalanta / Italy).