Yesterday, Manchester United top player Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal for his side in the Champions League as they won 2:1. Following his goal in the UCL yesterday, check out how the UCL golden boot table looks like.
1) Haller- The Ajax top player has scored 5 goals for his side in the Champions League this season.
2) Lewandowski- The Bayern Munich star player has scored 4 goals in the Champions League. He has been in top form.
3) Nkunku- The Leipzig exceptional player has 4 goals this season in the Champions League as he has been exceptional.
4)Mohamed Salah- The Liverpool winger has 3 Champions League goals to his name this season.
5) Adeyemi - He has scored 2 goals for Salzburg in the Champions League.
6) Vanaken- He has 2 Champions League goals to his name this season.
7) Ronaldo- The world-class player has 2 Champions League goals to his name this season.
8) Firmino- The exceptional forward player has 2 Champions League goals for Liverpool this season.
Can Cristiano Ronaldo win the Champions League golden boot ahead of other top players this season?. Please share your opinion.
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