Euros Golden Boot: past winners of top scorer award - and Euro 2020 standings ahead of England vs Italy final

Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrik Schick have each scored five goals at the 2021 Euros

Euro 2020 has seen some of the best forwards take to the international stage.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku, Karim Benzema, Robert Lewandowski and of course Harry Kane are well established strikers for club and country.

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The 2021 Euros has also given the chance for other players from across the continent to showcase their scoring prowess in the international football arena.

Euro 2020 Golden Boot contenders (clockwise from top left) Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterlng and Patrik Schick. (Pic: Getty)
Euro 2020 Golden Boot contenders (clockwise from top left) Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterlng and Patrik Schick. (Pic: Getty)

Patrik Schick, Emil Forsberg and Kasper Dolberg have all impressed in the Euro 2020 spotlight - but who will be crowned the Euros Golden Boot winner this summer?

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Past winners of Golden Boot award at Euros

France 2016 - Antoine Griezmann (France) - 6 goals, 2 assists

Poland / Ukraine 2012 - Fernando Torres (Spain) - 3 goals, 1 assist

Austria / Switzerland 2008 - David Villa (Spain) - 4 goals

Portugal 2004 - Milan Baroš (Czech Republic) - 5 goals

Belgium / Netherlands 2000 - Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands), Savo Milošević (Yugoslavia) - 5 goals

England 1996 - Alan Shearer (England) - 5 goals

Sweden 1992 - Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands), Tomas Brolin (Sweden), Henrik Larsen (Denmark), Karl-Heinz Riedle (Germany) - 3 goals

West Germany 1988 - Marco van Basten (Netherlands) - 5 goals

France 1984 - Michel Platini (France) - 9 goals

Italy 1980 - Klaus Allofs (West Germany) - 3 goals

Yugoslavia 1976 - Dieter Müller (West Germany) - 4 goals

Belgium 1972 - Gerd Müller (West Germany) - 4 goals

Italy 1968 - Dragan Džajić (Yugoslavia) - 2 goals

Spain 1964 - Ferenc Bene (Hungary), Dezső Novák (Hungary), Chus Pereda (Spain) - 2 goals

France 1960 - Milan Galić (Yugoslavia), François Heutte (France), Valentin Ivanov (Soviet Union), Dražan Jerković (Yugoslavia), Viktor Ponedelnik (Soviet Union) - 2 goals

Euro 2020 Golden Boot standings (pre-final)

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) - 5 goals

Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) - 5 goals

Karim Benzema (France) - 4 goals

Emil Forsberg (Sweden) - 4 goals

Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) - 4 goals

Harry Kane (England) - 4 goals

Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) - 3 goals

Raheem Sterling (England) - 3 goals

Kasper Dolberg (Denmark) - 3 goals

Robert Lewandowski (Poland) - 3 goals

Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands) - 3 goals

Odds on Euro 2020 Golden Boot winner

Cristiano Ronaldo - 6/4

Patrik Schick - 6/4

Harry Kane - 3/1

Raheem Sterling - 20/1

Ciro Immobile - 100/1