2018-19 European Golden Boot standings

There’s no Spanish football over Christmas but games in other countries mean the race for the 2018-19 Golden Shoe is hotting up.Cristiano Ronaldo’s double for Juventus and a Mohamed Salah goal for Liverpool moved them up the standing, which are currently led by Liliu, who plays in Estonia.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi, who’s currently back in Argentina enjoying some time off, remains third with 15 goals, which equates to 30 points, one behind Liliu.

The calculations are based on league coefficients.

Standings until now:

1. Liliu (Nomme Kalju), 31 goals, 31 points

2. Mbaye Diagne (Kasimpasa), 20 goals, 30 points

3. Leo Messi (Barcelona), 15 goals, 30 points

4. Zakaria Beglarishvili (Flora Tallinn), 30 goals, 30 points

5. Paulinho (BK Hacken), 20 goals, 30 points

6. Patrick Hoban (FC Dundalk), 29 goals, 29 points

7. Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus), 14 goals, 28 points

8. Nikolay Komlichenko (FK Mladá Boleslav), 18 goals, 27 points

9. Robert Skov (Copenhague), 18 goals, 27 points

10. Roman Debelko (FCI Levadia), 27 goals, 27 points

11. Linus Hallenius (GIF Sundsvall), 18 goals, 27 points

12. Kylian Mbappé (PSG), 13 goals, 26 points

13. Aubameyang (Arsenal), 13 goals, 26 points

14. Piatek (Genoa), 13 goals, 26 points

15. Harry Kane (Tottenham), 13 goals, 26 points

16. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), 13 goals, 26 points

17. Paco Alcácer (Borussia Dortmund), 12 goals, 24 points

18. Luca Jovic (Eintracht), 12 goals, 24 points

19. Emiliano Sala (Nantes), 12 goals, 24 points

20. Quagliarella (Sampdoria), 12 goals, 24 points

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