MESSI IS ONE OF THEM
There is a quíntuple tie in the second position by the boot of gold
Published:29/04/2021 - 04:01h
Updated:29/04/2021 - 10:55h
In spite of that Lewandowski keeps ensured in the first place by the Boot of Gold. The second place there are five footballers that contest it. Messi is one of them
The ranking of the players that can win the Boot of Gold keeps a clear dominador. The forward of the Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski, the one who already has recovered completely of his injury, went back to the lawn and to see the goal of his rivals the day of his return to increase to 36 the number of goals that has annotated in the Bundesliga, that translate in a total of 72 points that situate him in the first place of the ranking of Europe.
Another denominator that defines to the ranking by said award, is the tie to five in the second position of the table. Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, dominadores of the world-wide football in the last decade keep in the fight by the second place and, at the same time, see like the youngsters put to his height.
After both doublets annotated the past weekend, the stars of the Borussia Dortmund and of the PSG, Erling Haaland and Kilyan Mbappé, add each one 25 so many. André Silva, after his goal to the Leverkusen, achieved to add to the bidding of the second more tightened place that never. The third place occupies it the Nigerian forward of 26 years Paul Onuachu with 29 goals, but with 43.5 points.
Triple tie in the fourth place
In addition to the quíntuple tie in the second place. The chamber has a triple tie between Karim Benzema of the Real Madrid, Harry Kane of the Tottenham and Romeo Lukaku of the Inter. The three carry 21 goals and 42 points
The goals that have been annotated in the five main European leagues (LaLiga Santander, Premier League, Bundesliga, Series To and Tie1) value with two points. The marked goals in the leagues of the sixth ranking to the vigesimoprimera cost a point and half.
Classification by the boot of gold 2020/21:
- Lewandowski (Bayern Munich): 70 points (35 goals)
- Lionel Messi (Barcelona): 50 points (25 goals)
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus): 50 points (25 goals)
- Andrei Silva (Eintracht): 50 points (25 goals)
- Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund): 50 points (25 goals)
- Kilyan Mbappé (PSG): 50 points (25 goals)
- Paul Onuachu (Genk): 43,5 points (29 goals)
- Karim Benzema (Real Madrid): 42 points (21 goals)
- Harry Kane (Tottenham): 42 points (21 goals)
- Romeo Lukaku (Inter of Milan): 42 points (21 goals)