Golden Boot standings: Omoijuanfo leading, Lewandowski and Benzema are approaching (November 21st, 2021.)

The award is presented by the European Sports Media.

The current leaders for the award are three players plying their trade in Norway, yet some of the continent’s big hitters are quickly rising up the standings.

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The award, will be given out after the close of this current season, so there is still plenty of time for the likes of Lewandowski, Karim Benzema and Mohamed Salah to put themselves in a strong position to secure the honour.

Golden Boots standings (as of November 21)

  1. Ohi Omoijuanfo (Molde/Norway): 25 goals – 37.5 points
  2. Thomas Lehne Olsen (Lillestrom/Norway): 21 goals – 31.5 points
  3. Veton Berisha (Viking Stavanger/Norway): 20 goals – 30 points
  4. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern/Germany): 14 goals – 28 points
  5. Mikkel Dahl (Torshavn/Faroe Islands): 27 goals – 27 points
  6. Ricardo Gomes (Partizan/Serbia): 17 goals – 25.5 points
  7. Henri Anier (Paide Linnameeskond/Estonia): 24 goals – 24 points
  8. Mohammed Salah (Liverpool/England): 11 goals – 22 points
  9. Zakaria Beglarishvili (Levadia/Estonia): 22 goals – 22 points
  10. Michael Frey (Royal Antwerp/Belgium): 14 goals – 21 points
  11. Rauno Sappinen (Flora Tallinn/Estonia): 21 goals – 21 points
  12. Erik Botheim (Bodo/Glimt/Norway): 14 goals – 21 points
  13. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid/Spain): 10 goals – 20 points
  14. Ciro Immobile (Lazio/Italy): 10 goals – 20 points
  15. Dusan Vlahovic (Fiorentina/Italy): 10 goals – 20 points
  16. Georgie Kelly (Bohemians/Ireland): 20 goals – 20 points
  17. Arthur Cabral (Basel/Switzerland): 13 goals – 19.5 points
  18. Dembo Darboe (Shakhtyor Soligorsk/Belarus): 19 goals – 19 points
  19. Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund/Germany): 9 goals – 18 points
  20. Gio Simeone (Hellas Verona/Italy): 9 goals – 18 points

Ohi Omoijuanfo is leading the way

Ohi Omoijuanfo might be a name that not many are familiar with, but Molde’s Norwegian striker has been in fine form so far this season and has grabbed 24 goals, which is comfortably ahead of Lewandowski’s 13 for the time being.

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“Every goal scored in the top five leagues is rewarded with two points. In the lower leagues with one point. Among them are leagues where a goal is awarded 1.5 points,” the European Sports Media explain on their website.

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