Euro 2024 top scorers

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With the final showdown to be held at Berlin's Olympiastadion on July 14, a look at the top scorers of Euro 2024 …

Top scorer in the European Championship

There are many going for the Golden Boot award at the tournament, while the likes of France, Spain, England and hosts Germany can be considered favorites to win the 17th edition of the European Championship.

From Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid making headlines ahead of the Euros to Cristiano Ronaldo looking to add to his record tally, in addition to England’s Harry Kane and Netherlands’ Cody Gakpo, there are new challengers to emerge over the course of the tournament .

With the final showdown to be held at Berlin’s Olympiastadion on July 14, a look at the top scorers of Euro 2024

Cody Gakpo | Netherlands | 3 goals

The Liverpool forward netted in a 2-1 win over Poland in the Oranje’s opening game, before adding to his tally in a 2-3 loss to Austria in the group stage.

Gakpo then scored and assisted for the Netherlands against Romania in the quarter-final and helped the team book a quarter-final berth.

Georges Mikautadze | Georgia | 3 goals

The Metz forward scored a goal each in all of his side’s group games against Turkey, the Czech Republic and Portugal, also adding an assist in a 2-0 win over Lusos.

Jamal Musiala | Germany | 3 goals

The youngster scored in Germany’s 5-1 win over Scotland, and added to his tally in the 2-0 win over Hungary in the group stage. He then scored in a 2-0 win over Denmark in the knockouts.

Ivan Schranz | Slovakia | 3 goals

The Slavia Prague player grabbed the win against Belgium and the opener in a 2-1 loss to Ukraine. He missed out on scoring in the third game but registered his third goal against England in the Round-of-16.

Dani Olmo | Spain | 2 goals

Olmo assisted Ferran Torres in the only goal against Albania, before scoring against Georgia in a 4-1 group stage win. He then scored and assisted in a 2-1 victory over Germany in the quarter-finals.

Kai Havertz | Germany | 2 goals

The Arsenal forward’s goal and an assist in Germany’s 5-1 victory over Scotland put him among the early favorites for the European Golden Boot. His second goal of the tournament came in a 2–0 win over Denmark in the knockouts.

Nicolas Fullkrug | Germany | 2 goals

After coming off the bench to score in the opening game – a 5-1 win over Scotland, the Borussia Dortmund forward did it again with a late equalizer in a 1-1 draw with Switzerland.

Jude Bellingham | England | 2 goals

The Real Madrid star rose to the occasion to score in Serbia’s win for England. He then scored a crucial injury-time goal against Slovakia in the Round-of-16.

Fabian Ruiz | Spain | 2 goals

Fabian Ruiz was involved in the first two goals of Spain’s 3-0 drubbing of Croatia, with Paris Saint-Germain assisting the first and scoring the second. He then scored and assisted in the Round-of-16 to help Spain beat Georgia 4-1.

Harry Kane | England | 2 goals

Harry Kane opened his account in the second group game. He added to his tally with his second goal in the Round-of-16 win over Slovakia.

Florian Wirtz | Germany | 2 goals

At 21 years and 42 days, the Bayer Leverkusen attacking midfielder became the youngest goalscorer for Germany at the Euros . However, Wirtz signed off the Euros with two goals after scoring in a 2-1 defeat to Spain in the quarter-finals.

Merih Demiral | Turkey | 2 goals

Al-Ahli defender Merih Demiral scored two goals in Turkey’s Round-of-16 clash against Austria to write his name on the scoring charts. His goals played a key role in helping the team book their quarter-final spot.

Donyell Malen | Netherlands | 2 goals

Borussia Dortmund’s Donyell Malen produced the goods when his team needed him to in the Round-of-16. He scored two goals in the last few minutes against Romania to seal a comfortable 3-0 win.

Razvan Marin | Romania | 2 goals

Razvan Marin scored in the first and third group games for Romania on their way to the knockout stage.

Kylian Mbappe | France | 1 goal

After Maximilian Wober’s own goal in a 1-0 win over Austria, the masked Real Madrid-bound forward scored off the spot in a 1-1 draw with Poland.

Alvaro Morata | Spain | 1 goal

The Atletico Madrid forward scored his seventh goal overall at the Euros , as he grabbed Spain’s second goal against Croatia in their opening group game.