- Portugal have crashed out of the EURO 2020 after defeat against Belgium who advanced to the last eight
- Captain of the Portuguese national team Cristiano Ronaldo is topping the goalscorers' chart with five goals
- The former Real Madrid and Man United star will now be looking forward to the start of the 2021/21 League season
Despite crashing out of the ongoing EURO 2020 championship with his nation Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo who plays for Juventus is still leading the goalscorers chart with five goals.
The EURO 2020 tournament is currently the focus of virtually all the football fans in the world due to the fact that the League in Europe and many parts are on break.
Players whose countries are not participating in the EURO 2020 are watching on the television as most League stars are on break and spending time with their families.
Cristiano Ronaldo who has played in five EUROS wanted to win the 2020 tournament which could be his last for Portugal, but that dream has been decimated by Belgium who sent the Juventus star and his teammates out.
Ronaldo also becomes the oldest player to score at least two goals in a European Championship match, surpassing the record set by Andriy Schevchenko.
According to the report on GOAL and the Athletic, Cristiano Ronaldo who has five goals at EURO 2020 is being followed by Karim Benzema with four goals even though they are both out of the competition.
See how the table looks like below
1. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal with 5 goals
2. Karim Benzema of France with 4 goals
3. Patrik Schick of Czech Republic with 4 goals
4. Emil Forsberg of Sweden with 4 goals
5. Romelu Lukaku of Belgium with 3 goals
6. Raheem Sterling of England with 3 goals
7. Robert Lewandowksi of Poland with 3 goals
8. Georginio Wijnaldum of Holland with 3 goals
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how England vs Germany ended 2-0 in favour of Gareth Southgate's men as they cruised into the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.
Both goals were scored in the second half of the game after the English failed to get the better of their oldest rivals in the first period.
Chances were few and far between in the first half but both sides had a shot on target each in the entire 45 minutes.
The Three Lions who were the better side had the first attempt on goal as Raheem Sterling's shot was pammed away by Manuel Neuer from 20-yards out.
Timo Werner also had his opportunity to score with his left foot but Jordan Pickford was quick to come out and make the save.
England looked the likelier team to find the back of the net in the second half but had to wait until the 75th minute to break the deadlock.