LEWANDOWSKI, VERY CLOSE TO THE PODIUM
This is the race for the Golden Boot 2022/23
The Golden Boot is in full competition and the second half of the season will determine who will be the best scorer in Europe, with Erling Haaland being the great candidate to win the recognition
The second half of the season already has given his first steps and the best goleadores of Europe are leaving his footprint in the big leagues of the continent. Names like Erling Haaland, Harry Kane or Robert Lewandowski are offensive referents in his respective teams, what turns them into worthy contendientes to do with the Boot of Gold 2022/23.
In fact, it is the Norwegian the one who occupies the first position in the ranking with 25 annotations in 19 parties of Premier, what keeps him like the maximum candidate to achieve the recognition at the end of the campaign. To the Scandinavian follows him his compatriot Amahl Pellegrino also with 25 targets but in 27 meetings, what will leave him momentáneamente in the second place.
The podium closes it the '9' of the Tottenham with 16 goals in 21 commitments in Premier, what leaves contrasted the big capacity goleadora that exists in the First Division of England. By his part, in the fourth square of the list finds Lewandowski, the one who has mermado his production in LaLiga because of the sanction imposed by the TAD after his expulsion in front of the Osasuna.
To the Pole still subtracts him a party more than suspension and has not seen door in the local tournament from 29 October of the past year, when it marked in the victory (0-1) in front of Valencia. However, the ariete keeps alive in the 'career' by the Boot of Gold and his 13 so many in 15 parties like this confirm it, what will leave a thrilling denouement during the next months.
The 'Top 10' of the Boot of Gold
- Erling Haaland, Manchester City — 25 goals in 19 parties (1551' minutes)
- Amahl Pellegrino, Bodø/Glimt — 25 goals in 27 parties (1.882' minutes)
- Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur — 16 goals in 21 parties (1878' minutes)
- Robert Lewandowski, FC Barcelona — 13 goals in 15 parties (1158' minutes)
- Bobur Abdikholikov, Energetik-BGU — 26 goals in 30 parties (2.608' minutes)
- Victor Osimhen, SSC Napoli — 13 goals in 15 parties (1252' minutes)
- Kylian Mbappé, Paris Saint-Germain — 13 goals in 17 parties (1361' minutes)
- Ivan Toney, Brentford — 13 goals in 18 parties (1612' minutes)
- Kyogo Furuhashi, Celtic FC — 17 goals in 20 parties (1310' minutes)
- Raimonds Krollis, Valmiera — 24 goals in 34 parties (2.698' minutes)