After a great March, Robert Lewandowski scored eight goals in four Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League matches. For the Poles, this month’s performance has not not ideal. Last weekend, Lewandowski retired in Bayern Munich’s 1-1 draw with Union Berlin. The Poles will not participate in the UEFA Champions League quarter-final match against Paris Saint-Germain.
Despite the interruption in performance, the Poles may have won the Golden Boot in the 2020/2021 season. Currently, his advantage over second-ranked Cristiano Ronaldo is 20 points, or 10 goals. There are eight queues left before the end of the Serie A season, which means that the Portuguese will have to average 1.2 goals per game, provided that Lewandowski will not score until the end of the game.
Followed by Andre Silva of Frankfurt Football Club, Lionel Messi (46 points, or 23 goals per game), and Erling Hyland (Erling Haaland) and Kylian Mbappé (42 points -21 goals per game). Last weekend, only Mbappé (scoring a 4-1 goal against Strasbourg) and Andre Silva (scoring a goal against VFL Woflsburg).
Interestingly, in the top ten of the 2020/2021 Golden Boot Awards, there are two players from outside the top five in Europe. About Kasper Junker of FK Bodo/Glimt and Paul Onuachu of Genk, Belgium. The two players have scored 27 goals every season, but the league conversion rate is 1.5, which means they have 40.5 points.