The leaderboard for the Euro 2024 Golden Boot, featuring top scorers Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham from England.

Spanish player Dani Olmo is leading the Golden Boot rankings.

July 10th 2024.

The leaderboard for the Euro 2024 Golden Boot, featuring top scorers Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham from England.
In the exciting Euro 2024 tournament, the race for the coveted Golden Boot award is heating up as England prepares to face off against Netherlands in the semi-finals. Five players, including Dutch star Cody Gakpo and Spain's Dani Olmo, are currently tied with three goals each. Unfortunately, Georges Mikautadze, Jamal Musiala, and Ivan Schranz have already been eliminated and will not be able to add to their tally.

As it stands, Dani Olmo is currently leading the Golden Boot standings with three goals and two assists. The RB Leipzig star has been on a roll, scoring in three consecutive games, including a crucial goal in the semi-final win against France. Cody Gakpo, on the other hand, has one goal and one assist to his name at the moment. However, he still has the opportunity to overtake Olmo if he scores in the upcoming match against England.

Two English players, Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham, are also in the running for the Golden Boot. Both have scored two goals so far in the tournament, with Kane's coming in the group stage against Denmark and the dramatic winner in the last 16 against Slovakia. Bellingham, on the other hand, started off England's campaign with a goal against Serbia and impressed with a stunning overhead kick in the group stage.

The current top scorers list looks like this:

- Dani Olmo
- Cody Gakpo
- Georges Mikautadze
- Jamal Musiala
- Ivan Schranz
- The chasing pack* (not including players from eliminated nations)
- Fabian Ruiz
- Jude Bellingham
- Harry Kane
- Donyell Malen

While Harry Kane may be facing criticism for his performances in the tournament so far, he is still very much in contention for the Golden Boot. The England captain has scored 65 goals in 96 appearances for his country, including two against Germany. However, with the pressure mounting and his former teammates Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer questioning his contributions, Kane will be looking to silence his critics and add more goals to his tally.

In a recent interview, Kane acknowledged the challenges that strikers are facing in this tournament. With low scoring games and teams becoming more organized and structured, it has been difficult for top players to find the back of the net. However, Kane remains confident that he can turn things around and come out on top. As he said, "You know that you're never as bad as you think - and you're never as good as you think on your good days." With this mindset, Kane will surely be looking to make his mark in the upcoming matches and potentially bring home the Golden Boot once again.

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