Immobile Celebrates a goal with the Lazio

THE FIGHT WILL HAVE TO WAIT

This is the Golden Boot before the break: Immobile continues at the top with Messi pushing

Published:13/03/2020 - 23:43h

Updated:14/03/2020 - 00:12h

Domestic competitions across Europe have stopped due to the coronavirus and the Golden Boot will also be on 'stand by' until they can be played again. Ciro Immobile remains leader before this break with Lewandowski in second place

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All the big European leagues have decided to throw the persiana by fault of the coronavirus and will not go back to play to football in Europe until finals of March or beginnings of April, as minimum. As it is the situation in Europe no descarta that the campaign can not follow contesting, although the wish of all the competitions, of the fans and of the clubs is that the ball can go back prompt to the green.

Also it will have to expect, therefore, the fight for doing with this Boot of Gold 2019/2020. The stop leaves the classification for winning this prize to the red alive and without hardly changes regarding the last weeks. The problems that have arisen in the Calcium as a result of the COVID-19 have caused that Ciro Immobile have remained in the 27 goals, since it does not play from does a pair of weeks. The Italian, nevertheless, keeps the leadership, at least by the moment.

Justo after the of the Lazio arrives Robert Lewandowski that carries 25, and is to alone two targets to equalise him in the first place. The Pole is the big rival of the ex of the Seville right now and aspires to carry this award by in front of his three big perseguidores, Swindle Werner, Cristiano Ronaldo and Erling Haaland. The German and the Portuguese carry 42 points and 21 so many, whereas the Norwegian adds other 42 points, but with 16 goals with the Network Bull Salzburgo, that explains less, and 9 with the Dortmund.

To continuation arrives the incombustible Leo Messi​, that seemed to be out of the fight by this Boot of Gold, but that has put in the fight after his last days. The Argentinian carries 19 so many and still is something far of Immobile and Lewandowski, but is to a reasonable distance that still can allow him compete the prize. If LaLiga and the rest of championships return, the '10' will try to give the 'sorpasso' in the 11 days that subtract in Spain.

Empatado With the one of Rosario is Jaimie Vardy, 'killer' of the Leicester, that did not go back to mark does some days after not seeing door from finals of December. The doublet that annotated the English in front of the Aston Villa allows him equalise the 19 of Leo to put him pressure to Ronaldo, Haaland and Werner.

Mbappé And Ben Yedder put to one of Messi

After the one of the 'foxes' and the barcelonista have planted those that are probably the two better forwards of Tie it 1 this course. Kylian Mbappé And Wissam Ben Yedder carry 18 targets and plant very near of the Barcelona and of the places of head. The French also will have to expect some weeks to see if they can follow escalando places in this classification or no. Finally, Romelo Lukaku and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are empatados in the ninth position to 17 so many.

The classification of the Boot of Gold

  1. Ciro Immobile (Lazio/Italy) 27 goals/54 points
  2. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern/Germany) 25 goals/50 points
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus/Italy) 21 goals/42 points
  4. Erlin Haaland (Leicester/England) 25 goals/42 points
  5. Swindle Werner (RB Leipzig/(Germany) 21 goals/42 points
  6. Leo Messi (Barça/Spain) 19 goals/38 points
  7. Jaimie Vardy (Leicester/Estonia) 19 goals/38 points
  8. Kylian Mbappé (PSG/France) 18 goals/36 points
  9. Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco/France) 18 goals/36 points
  10. Romelu Lukaku (Inter/Italy) 17 goals/34 points
  11. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal/England) 17 goals/34 points

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