Euro 2024 top scorers: The leaders for the Golden Boot

Euro 2024 top scorers: Dani Olmo celebrates with Alvaro Morata scoring Spain's first goal against Germany at Euro 2024.
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The Euro 2024 Golden Boot race is hotting up, as star forwards from across Europe all start to make movements in the goalscoring charts.

Just three goals were enough to win you the award at Euro 2012, but that kind of haul is unlikely to win you the award this time, with Euro 2020 seeing Cristiano Ronaldo netting five times on the way another piece of individual silverware. Euro 2024 has been somewhat sluggish in terms of single players bagging multiple times, though that will inevitably change in the coming games.

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GoalsPlayerNation
3Harry KaneEngland
3Georges MikautadzeGeorgia
3Jamal MusialaGermany
3Cody GakpoNetherlands
3Ivan SchranzSlovakia
3Dani OlmoSpain
2Jude BellinghamEngland
2Niclas FullkrugGermany
2Kai HavertzGermany
2Florian WirtzGermany
2Donyell MalenNetherlands
2Razvan MarinRomania
2Fabian RuizSpain
2Breel EmboloSwitzerland
2Merih DemiralTurkey
1Nedim BajramiAlbania
1Klaus GjasulaAlbania
1Qazim LaciAlbania
1Marko ArnautovicAustria
1Christoph BaumgartnerAustria
1Michael GregoritschAustria
1Marcel SabitzerAustria
1Romano SchmidAustria
1Gernot TraunerAustria
1Kevin De BruyneBelgium
1Youri TielemansBelgium
1Andrej KramaricCroatia
1Luka ModricCroatia
1Lukas ProvodCzech Republic
1Patrik SchickCzech Republic
1Tomas SoucekCzech Republic
1Christian EriksenDenmark
1Morten HjulmandDenmark
1Bukayo SakaEngland
1Ollie WatkinsEngland
1Randal Kolo MuaniFrance
1Kylian MbappeFrance
1Khvicha KvaratskheliaGeorgia
1Emre CanGermany
1Ilkay GundoganGermany
1Kevin CsobothHungary
1Barnabas VargaHungary
1Nicolo BarellaItaly
1Alessandro BastoniItaly
1Mattia ZaccagniItaly
1Memphis DepayNetherlands
1Xavi SimonsNetherlands
1Stefan de VrijNetherlands
1Wout WeghorstNetherlands
1Adam BuksaPoland
1Robert LewandowskiPoland
1Krzysztof PiatekPoland
1Francisco ConceicaoPortugal
1Bruno FernandesPortugal
1Bernardo SilvaPortugal
1Denis DragusRomania
1Nicolae StanciuRomania
1Scott McTominayScotland
1Luka JovicSerbia
1Ondrej DudaSlovakia
1Erik JanzaSlovenia
1Zan KarnicnikSlovenia
1Dani CarvajalSpain
1Mikel MerinoSpain
1Alvaro MorataSpain
1RodriSpain
1Ferran TorresSpain
1Nico WilliamsSpain
1Lamine YamalSpain
1Michel AebischerSwitzerland
1Kwadwo DuahSwitzerland
1Remo FreulerSwitzerland
1Dan NdoyeSwitzerland
1Xherdan ShaqiriSwitzerland
1Ruben VargasSwitzerland
1Samet AkaydinTurkey
1Kerem AkturkogluTurkey
1Hakan CalhanogluTurkey
1Arda GulerTurkey
1Mert MuldurTurkey
1Cenk TosunTurkey
1Mykola ShaparenkoUkraine
1Roman YaremchukUkraine
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PlayerAgainstNation
Klaus GjasulaCroatiaAlbania
Maximilian WoberFranceAustria
Jan VertonghenFranceBelgium
Robin HranacPortugalCzech Republic
Antonio RudigerScotlandGermany
Riccardo CalafioriSpainItaly
Donyell MalenAustriaNetherlands
Robin Le NormandGeorgiaSpain
Samet AkaydinPortugalTurkey
Mert MuldurNetherlandsTurkey

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Mark White
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Mark White is the Digital Content Editor at FourFourTwo. During his time on the brand, Mark has written three cover features on Mikel Arteta, Martin Odegaard and the Invincibles, and has written pieces on subjects ranging from Sir Bobby Robson’s time at Barcelona to the career of Robinho. An encyclopedia of football trivia and collector of shirts, he first joined the team back in 2020 as a staff writer. 

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