Cristiano Ronaldo and Pierre-Emerick Schick are still leading the way despite the surprise exit of France vs Switzerland. England beat Germany 2-0 to reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2020, with Harry Kane finally breaking his duck in the tournament. Raheem Sterling continued his goal scoring streak as England sealed a comfortable 2-1 victory over Germany at Wembley.
Somewhere else, reigning champs Portugal were kicked out by Belgium, with a sole objective from Thorgan Hazard isolating the different sides at an hour and a half.
Spain impacted the world forever by turning into the primary group in European Championship history to score five objectives in sequential games subsequent to beating Croatia 5-3 while Denmark’s 4-0 win over Wales saw them become the main group to accomplish the accomplishment of scoring no less than four objectives in continuous matches in the opposition’s set of experiences.
Italy required additional opportunity to move beyond a protectively strong Austria side while the Czech Republic put two past the Netherlands to send them smashing out of the competition.
EURO 2020: TOP 10 OBJECTIVE SCORERS
Note: in case of a tie, the Golden Boot race is settled by helps, trailed by minutes per objective.