This is how the Golden Boot would look if football does not resume

first_imgelevenPierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal17two3. 4 7Jamie VardyLeicester City19two38 22Marcus RashfordManchester United14two28 oneCiro ImmobileLazio27two54 25Karim BenzemaReal Madrid14two28 Market StallPlayerClubGoalsCoefficientpoints twenty-oneIlya ShkurinCSKA Moscow191.528.5 Finally, it should be noted that of the 25 best scorers, Karim Benzema occupies the last four places, tied with Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) and Sadio Mané (Liverpool), all goals of Real Madrid until recently. The French striker has scored, like these three footballers, 14 points with the white team, so he has 28 points in the fight for the Golden Boot.It remains to be seen if the ranking remains that way or if the competition continues after tournaments resume, although in case some are canceled, there will be disadvantaged players, since they will not be able to continue adding goals while their rivals do have that option. That is the case, for the moment, of Alexander Sörloth (Trabzonspor) and of Ilya Shkurin (CSKA Moscow), who occupy positions 20 and 21 tied with 19 goals and 28.5 points, but who have the possibility of continuing to rise in the table, as their competitions continue. 17Erik sorgaFlora Tallinn31one31 6Leo MessiBarcelona19two38 3Cristiano RonaldoJuventustwenty-onetwo42 8Kylian MbappéPSG18two36 19Danny IngsSouthamptonfifteentwo30 4Timo WernerRB Leipzigtwenty-onetwo4 16Moussa DembéléOlympique Lyon16two32 24Saio ManéLiverpool14two28 12Shon WeissmanWolfsberger221.533 fifteenMohamed SalahLiverpool16two32 Current classification of the Golden Boot 13Sergio AgueroManchester City16two32 18Josip IlicicAtalantafifteentwo30 twoRobert LewandowskiBayern Munich25twofifty The coronavirus crisis has left the resolution of many European championships in the air. Waiting to decide what will be done with the Santander League, the Premier League, the A series, the Bundesliga wave Ligue 1, there is another competition that still has no winner: the Golden Boot of the 2019-2020 season. The trophy that is awarded to the top scorer of the European leagues of the season has no owner since not all the days of all the competitions have been played, so The possible scenarios from there would be to wait to resume all competitions, leave the classification as it is and give the award to the current leader, or leave the prize deserted.And if by any chance they decided to leave the classification as it is, the winner would be Ciro Immobile. The striker of the Lazio would be the first Italian to get it since the monopoly of Messi Y Christian, only briefly interrupted by Uruguayans Luis Suarez Y Diego Forlan. Just before the irruption of the Portuguese, two Italians came to win it (Francesco Totti in 2006-2007 and Luca Toni in 2005-2006). Immobile had so far scored 27 goals, so it would top the table with 54 points due to the coefficient that multiplies Serie A goals by two. to yield these results.Robert Lewandowski would be second with 25 goals and 50 points. Polish striker from Bayern Munich He made a spectacular start to the season and shows that the years do not take away his scoring capacity. The same happens with what would be the Bronze Boot, Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese of the Juventus has scored in eleven consecutive matches in the Italian league if we except the match against Brescia in which he was not called. The seven, with 21 goals and 42 points, tie with two of those called to be the forwards of the future: Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund and RB Salzburg) and Timo Werner (RB Leipzig).In sixth place would be Leo Messi, current champion, who accumulates 19 goals and 12 assists that do not add up in this ranking in which he has 38 points, proving that he is decisive in Barcelona’s goal both assisting and executing. Messi has not been out of the podium since the 2015-2016 season, in which Luis Suárez won, Gonzalo Higuain and Cristiano Ronaldo, in that order.It is striking that the top scorer in the European leagues has more goals than Immobile but is ranked number 17. It is the 20-year-old Estonian, Erik Sorga, who made 31 goals with Flora Tallinn last season (The current one has a disputed day, but the one that computes is the previous one), but his coefficient only multiplies by one and that leaves him with the same points as goals. As if that were not enough, it has been less than a month since he played in Europe, since at the end of February he signed with the United States DC United. twentyAlexander SörlothTrabzonspor191.528.5 2. 3Jadon SanchoBorussia Dortmund14two28 9Wissam Ben YedderMonaco18two36 14João PedroCagliari16two32 10Romelu LukakuInter Milan17two3. 4 5Erling HaalandBorussia Dortmund25two42last_img read more