In Lukaku and Ronaldo's absence the Italian Serie A Golden Boot Race continue with loads of fresh names coming to the fold to wrestle the usual suspects for the prestigious individual award.
Lazio's Ciro Immobile may have fired blanks against AC Milan in their 2-0 loss on Matchday 3 but the 2019/20 Italian Serie golden boot winner take the lead on the Scorers' chart after scoring 4 goals in Lazio's first 2 games of the season.
Roma's Veretout and Cagliari's dos Santos galvao both follow Ciro closely on the log after scoring 3 goals that are accompanied by an assist each.
Tottenham target, Dusan Vlahovic was able to score 2 penalties against Atalanta in Fiorentina's 1-2 win as he moved his goal's number to 3 in 3 games.
Inter Milan's Correa is keeping it real for the nerazuri after lukaku's exit from the Club. He currently has 2 goals to his name after appearing just twice for Inter.
Oliver Giroud's number for AC Milan is just 2 goals after managing to feature twice this season. Tammy Abraham's 69th minute goal against Salernitana Confirm a great deal of what to expect this season as the Golden Boot Race thickens in the Italian Serie A.
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