It’s that male again at the top of another goal-scoring chart. Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo leads Euro 2021 with five goals. However, the Czech Republic forward Patrik Schick is hot on his heels.
Schick is connected with Sweden’s Emil Forsberg and France’s Karim Benzema on four objectives, just one behind Ronaldo. However, Ronaldo, Forsberg, and Benzema will not play another game at Euro 2021 after each of their countries was ousted at the Round of 16 stages.
The 36-year-old Ronaldo is still the sportsbooks’ favorite to win the Euro Golden Boot. He’s the all-time leading scorer at Euro tournaments (14 objectives), and he is also tied for the most global goals ever scored by a male player. The Portuguese global is coming off a season that saw him top the Italian Serie A scoring charts with Juventus (29 goals).
Some tiebreakers determine their last ranking in the scoring table if gamers score the same number of goals. These were carried out by UEFA beginning with the Euro 2008 tournament:
The updated scoring chart follows below. If “Own Objective” were an accurate entry in these rankings, it would lead. The nine own goals scored during the tournament surpass even Ronaldo’s total.
|2.||Patrik Schick||Czech Republic||4||0||325|
Note: Total of 49 players tied with one goal in the tournament.
UEFA didn’t recognize the top scorer with an official award before Euro 1996. Here are the winners of the leading scorer honor since it was set up:
|2004||Milan Baros||Czech Republic||5|