Robert Lewandowski did not show up in the Bundesliga weekend and fell in the classification of the European Golden Boot from second to fourth place.
Lionel Messi did the best this weekend, showing a hat-trick and having 29 goals with Mohamed Salah. This time the Egyptian did not make it to the net, but he did not even have the chance to do it because he did not appear in the clash with Everton.
From the top of the Golden Boot, Ciro Immobile (third place promotion) and Cristiano Ronaldo who scored the goalkeeper Atletico Madrid scored the goals.
The ranking is based on the number of goals scored by the players in the league, which is multiplied by the difficulty of the games. The highest – two – has five top leagues. Currently: Spanish, English, German, French, and Italian (the coefficient depends on the results of clubs from each league in European cups in the last five seasons).
In the previous season, the prize went to Lionel Messi.