After the pandemic break, the Portuguese scored more goals than any among the five major leagues.
Cristiano Ronaldo He starred in a comeback with great force since soccer was paralyzed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to the point of becoming the top gunner in this period.
With his goal that served as an opening for the triumph of Juventus 2-0 over Sampdoria, CR7 not only guided his team to the title in the A series but it reached 10 goals since football returned to the new normal.
This allowed the Portuguese to overcome Robert Lewandowski already Raheem Sterling, both with 9 goals between May / June and until the closing of their respective leagues. The advantage for the Portuguese was that the Italian tournament was more delayed than the rest and was able to sign a dozen goals in 10 games. And he still has two more to go to complete the calendar.
For his part, the Polish from Bayern Munich conquered 9 in eight games and the English from Manchester City also shouted 9 on ten occasions. The Premier was finished this Sunday so the Jamaican-born, unlike CR7, will no longer be able to add to his harvest.
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