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Cristiano Ronaldo, top scorer by one assist

Cristiano Ronaldo, top scorer by one assist

The Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo has been declared the top scorer of Euro 2020 despite being tied at five goals with the Czech Patrick Schick, but gave an assist in 360 minutes and the Bayer Leverkusen forward none.

Despite losing the Portuguese in the round of 16 against Belgium and the Czech in the quarterfinals against Denmark, no one has been able to overcome both, who end up with a bit of advantage over the Belgian Romelu Lukaku, the French Karim Benzema, the English Harry Kane and the Swede Emil Forsberg.

In the last game, after scoring Luke Shaw the fastest goal in history in a final, Leonardo Bonucci became the oldest scorer at 34 years and 71 days, beating German Bernd Hölzenbein, who scored in 1976 with 30 years and 103 days.

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Cristiano Ronaldo relieves French Antoine Griezmann as the top scorer in a European Championship, who scored six goals last year.

– Classification:

– With 5 goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (3p) (Portugal); Patrik Schick (1p) (Czech Republic).

– With 4 goals: Romelu Lukaku (1p) (Belgium); Karim Benzema (1p) (France); Harry Kane (England); Emil Forsberg (1p) (Sweden).

– With 3 goals: Dolberg (Denmark); Morata (Spain); Sterling (England); Wijnaldum (The Netherlands); Lewandowski (Poland); Seferovic and Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland).

– With 2 goals: Havertz (Germany); Thorgan Hazard (Belgium); Ivan Perisic (Croatia); Yussuf Poulsen, Maehle, Damsgaard (Denmark); Sarabia, Ferrán Torres (Spain); Manuel Locatelli, Ciro Immobile, Pessina, Insigne, Chiesa (Italy); Denzel Dumfries, Memphis Depay (1p) (The Netherlands); Andriy Yarmolenko and Yaremchuk (Ukraine).

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– With 1 goal: Gosens and Goretzka (Germany); Lainer, Gregoritsch, Arnautovic, Baumgartner, Kalajdzic (Austria); Kevin De Bruyne, Meunier (Belgium); Luka Modric, Vlasic, Orsic, Pasalic (Croatia); Christensen, Braithwaite, Delaney (Denmark); Skriniar (Slovakia); McGregor (Scotland); Laporte, Azpilicueta, Oyarzábal (Spain); Pohjanpalo (Finland); Griezmann (France); Moore, Ramsey, Roberts (Wales); Fiola, Schafer and Adam Szalai (Hungary); Maguire, Henderson, Shaw (England); Barella, Bonucci (Italy); Pandev and Alioski (North Macedonia); Weghorst (The Netherlands); Linetty (Poland); Raphael Guerreiro, Diogo Jota (Portugal); Holes (Czech Republic); Aleksei Miranchuk, Dzyuba (1p) (Russia); Claesson (Sweden); Embolo, Gavranovic (Switzerland); Irfan Can Kahveci (Turkey); Zinchenko, Zovbyk (Ukraine).

– In own goal: Merih Demiral (Turkey, against Italy), Szczesny (Poland, against Slovakia), Hummels (Germany, against France), Ruben Dias (Portugal, against Germany), Guerreiro (Portugal, against Germany). Hradecky (Finland, against Belgium), Dubravka (Slovakia, against Spain), Kucka (Slovakia, against Spain), Pedri (Spain, against Croatia), Zakaria (Switzerland, against Spain); Kjaer (Denmark, against England). EFE

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