Lewandowski looks to Serie A in his quest to capture the Golden Boot


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Lewandowski looks to Serie A in his quest to capture the Golden Boot

The Polish striker remains at the top of the European classification, with Ciro Immobile and Cristiano Ronaldo as the main threats.

Robert Lewandowski ended its participation in the Bundesliga at the end of June and from that date he remains expectant for what happens with the rest of the artillerymen of Europe, in his eagerness to stay for the first time with the Golden Boot.

The Polish from Bayern Munich rests at the top of the standings with 34 goals (68 points) and fewer and fewer remain in the race to lower him from the top. Because Ligue 1 was canceled after 28 days, La Liga has just ended with Lionel Messi reaching a ceiling of 25 goals and the Premier League, with one day to go, has Jamie Vardy as its best exponent (23 goals).

The tournament Lewy must watch closely is the A series, since their immediate persecutors, Ciro Immobile (29) and Cristiano Ronaldo (28), they still have five dates ahead. In fact, this Monday Lazio and Juventus will be measured in the attractive duel of Italian football. The certainty for the one from Poland is that both attackers will need to average a goal per game to reach it (more than one in the case of CR7).

Since 2009/10, the European trophy has been concentrated in Spain, having been left in the hands of Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez or Cristiano Ronaldo. It is a fact that will change the league. Will the Boot go to Italy or Germany?

* It is worth noting that Erling Haaland had an important sum of goals (27), which currently would have him as an escort in the classification among the European gunners, although the 16 goals scored with Salzburg added 1.5 each. Only with the Borussia Dortmund shirt did he score two points.

Photo: Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images


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