- Robert Lewandowski is currently topping the goalscorers chart for 2020/21 season
- The Polish striker has been superb for Bayern Munich in all competitions
- Cristiano Ronaldo is occupying second position on the table
Serious race for the 2020/21 Golden Shoe award has already started in Europe with the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi performing well for their clubs.
Last season, Robert Lewandowski was so superb for Bayern Munich in all competitions as the 32-year-old helped the Bundesliga side to win treble.
He has also started the current season on an impressive note with great performances for Bayern Munich who are still aiming to win the League title this term.
In the 2019/20 race for the Golden Shoe award, Ciro Immobile beat Robert Lewandoski to win the award thanks to his incredible games for Lazio.
However, the Italian footballer will have to fight this year to be able to compete with the trio of Lewandowski, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
According to the report on GOAL, they tallied up all the top goalscorers from across Europe's top leagues in 2020-21.
1. Robert Lewandowski | Bayern Munich | 20 goals (40)
2. Cristiano Ronaldo | Juventus | 15 goals (30)
3. Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | 13 goals (26)
4. Erling Haaland | Borussia Dortmund | 12 goals (24)
5. Ciro Immobile | Lazio | 12 goals (24)
6. Romelu Lukaku | Inter | 12 goals (24)
7. Kylian Mbappe | PSG | 12 goals (24)
8. Heung-min Son | Tottenham | 12 goals (24)
9. Boulaye Dia | Reims | 12 goals (24)
10. Lionel Messi | Barcelona | 11 goals (22)
11. Memphis Depay | Lyon | 11 goals (22)
12. Andre Silva | Eintracht Frankfurt | 11 goals (22)
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13. Bruno Fernandes | Man Utd | 11 goals (22)
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Lionel Messi scored a fantastic free-kick during Barcelona's 4-0 thrashing of Granada as they cemented their place in third position on La Liga table.
The set-piece did not only increase La Blaugrana's lead in the game to 3-0, it also meant that Messi has scored 48 goals from free-kicks for his club.
Six-time Ballon d'Or winner also moved past his closest rival Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of free-kicks scored at club level.
Ronaldo scored 13 set-pieces in the colours of Manchester United, and 33 during his nine-year spell with Real Madrid and one with Juventus.
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