Golden Boot 2023/2024: How is the Scoring Table Without Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi?

Golden Boot 2023/2024: How is the Scoring Table Without Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi?
Golden Boot 2023/2024 Scoring Table (Credit: Getty Images)

There is less and less time left until most of the leagues in Europe reach their end and this has the consequence that you can have an idea of ​​which clubs will be establishing themselves as champions and in addition to being able to know what the European competitions will be like for the next season, as well as the players who are shaping up to be one of the winners of individual distinctions, such as being recognized as the top scorer in each local tournament.

Haaland seeks to defend his title

Following that same line, they will also be fighting to win the 2023-24 Golden Boot award, a trophy that continues to remain in the hands of the Norwegian and Manchester City’s 9th star, Erling Haaland, who last season won as the greatest scorer in the old continent.

The British striker Harry Kane, who currently defends the colors of Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, is the one who leads the general table with a quite important difference over his bottom teams: the Briton has 70 points thanks to the 35 goals scored in Germany.

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Far behind him is the world champion in Russia 2018 and Paris Saint Germain player, Kylian Mbappé with 52 points and 26 goals in Ligue 1, then the French-Guinean Serhou Guirassy of Stuttgart in Germany with 50 units and 25 goals to his name in the Bundesliga, the name of the Belgian Lois Openda of RB Leipzig later comes to life with 48 points in his favor after having celebrated 24 goals in the German first division championship.

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A little further behind is the world champion in Qatar 2022, from Inter Milan, Lautaro Martínez with 46 points and 23 goals in Serie A in Italy, the Dutchman Luuk De Jong with PSV in Holland has 40.5 points and 27 goals to his name, while the current champion, Haaland, has 20 goals and 40 points, the same numbers as the British Cole Palmer of Chelsea in the English Premier League.

The Greek Vangelis Pavlidis (AZ Alkmaar) continues to hunt him down with 39 points and 26 goals scored. The Englishman Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) continues, with 38 points and 19 celebrations, and then the Nigerian Akor Adams (Lillestrom / Montpellier), with 36.5 points on the table and 22 goals in his favor.

Golden Boot Table 2023-24

  • Harry Kane (Bayern Munich) – 70 points
  • Kylian Mbappé (PSG) – 52
  • Serhou Guirassy (Stuttgart) – 50
  • Loïs Openda (RB Leipzig) – 48
  • Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan) – 46
  • Luuk de Jong (PSV) – 40.5
  • Erling Haaland (Manchester City) and Cole Palmer (Chelsea) – 40 each
  • Vangedis Pavlidis (AZ Alkmaar) – 39
  • Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) – 38
  • Akor Adams (Lillestrom/Montpellier) – 36.5
  • Amahl Pellegrino (Bodo Glimt), Victor Gyokeres (Sporting Lisbon), Artem Dobvyk (Girona) and Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth) – 36 each
  • Kévin Denkey (Cercle Brugge) – 34.5
  • Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Alexander Isak (Newcastle), Deniz Undav (Stuttgart), Jonathan David (LOSC Lille) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 34 each
  • Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Ante Budimir (Osasuna) and Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United F.C.) – 32 each
  • Simon Banza (Sporting Braga), Santiago Gimenez (Feyenoord), Mauro Icardi (Galatasaray) and Lawrence Shankland (Hearts) – 31.5 each.

Top Golden Boot winners in history

  • Lionel Messi (Argentina) – 6
  • Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 4.
  • Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Luis Suarez (Uruguay), Diego Forlan (Uruguay), Thierry Henry (France), Mario Jardel (Brazil), Ally McCoist (Scotland), Fernando Gomes (Portugal), Dudu Georgescu (Romania), Eusebio ( Portugal) and Gerd Müller (Germany) – Two each.

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