The UEFA Champions League Top Scorer Chart.
It rained goals in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League as top Superstars banged goals for fun.
We witnessed a lot of dramas and surprises in this season's Champions league as unfamiliar strikers break into the Premier League top Scorer chart ahead of the regular and familiar names.
Barcelona 1-4 PSG.
Ruthless PSG run riot at the Nou Camp as they humiliate Barcelona in the first leg of their round of 16 fixture.
Paris Saint-German were on top of their game as they showed no sign of weakness despite missing Angel Di Maria and Neymar today. Kylian Mbappe was unplayable as he ran the show tonight to inflict Ronald Koeman a huge first-leg defeat.
Ronald Koeman's Barcelona has a huge mountain to climb if they want to remain in the Champions League as they must now best PSG in France.
Leipzig 0-2 Liverpool.
Liverpool put their Premier League misery behind to picked a remarkable and an important away win tonight in Germany.
Liverpool has been struggling in the Premier League since the start of this year but Jurgen Klopp's men didn't allow the shambolic form to deter their Champions League as they cruised to an easy win tonight.
Mohammed Salah continues his scoring streak and was joined by Sadio Mane who scored his first goal in many games to give Liverpool an important away win against RB Leipzig.
The UEFA Champions League continues tomorrow February 16, 2020, as FC Porto face Juventus while Sevilla takes on Borussia Dortmund. The time for both matches is 09:00 PM, so don't miss the fun.
Let's take a look at the UEFA Champions League Golden Boot race to know who is leading the race.
1. Alvaro Morata - 6 goals (Juventus):
Four players are tied in the UEFA Champions League top Scorer chart with 6 goals each.
Alvaro Morata who plays Juventus has scored 6 goals this season in the Champions League and is the joint top scorer with three other strikers.
Alvaro Morata will be in action tomorrow when Juventus face FC Porto.
2. Erling Haaland - 6 goals (Dortmund):
Erling Haaland has scored 6 goals for Borussia Dortmund and he levels up with three other strikers on UEFA champions league top scorer chart.
Alvaro Morata will be in action tomorrow when Dortmund face Sevilla
3. Neymar - 6 goals (PSG):
Neymar has scored score 6 goals for Paris Saint-German in the UEFA Champions League Golden Boot.
Unfortunately for Neymar, he was unavailable as PSG battled with Barcelona due to an injury.
4. Marcus Rashford - 6 goals (Man United):
Rashford managed to score 6 goals in the group stage of the competition but his own was not enough to help Man United avoid an early elimination.
Marcus Rashford won't be playing part further in the Champions League this season.
5. Olivier Giroud - 5 goals (Chelsea):
Olivier Giroud made few appearances for Chelsea in the group stage but managed to score 6 goals in the competition
Olivier Giroud will be hoping to score more goals when Chelsea face Atletico Madrid next week.
6. Kylian Mbappe - 5 goals (PSG):
Kylian Mbappe was unstoppable tonight as he scored a hat-trick to give PSG the win.
The above were the top 6 Scorers in the UEFA Champions League this season.
Below is the full list of all the scorers.
Who will win the UEFA Champions League Golden Glove Award this season?
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