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Euro 2020 Golden Boot race: Latest updates and assist standings as Cristiano Ronaldo currently leads

Euro 2020 race for the Golden Boot: The updated top scorer and assists standings as Cristiano Ronaldo leads the way heading into the knockouts… with no goals yet for Harry Kane or Kylian Mbappe

Euro 2020 has now reached its business end, with the knockouts set to commence on Saturday after a closely-contested group stage.   

It’s Cristiano Ronaldo who has taken the tournament by storm thus far, with his crucial two penalties against France taking him to five goals in just three games.   

Czech Republic forward Patrik Schick is also in fine form, with one of his three goals arguably already cementing the strike of the tournament, being his long-range effort against Scotland.  

Cristiano Ronaldo has already scored five goals for Portugal at the European Championship

After the group stage, Romelu Lukaku is among many players on three goals behind Ronaldo

After the group stage, Romelu Lukaku is among many players on three goals behind Ronaldo

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Alongside Schick, Romelu Lukaku, Georginio Wijnaldum and Emil Forsberg are all on three goals and are looking to add to their totals in the last-16.

Sportsmail takes you through the current top scorers and those leading the assists table, which we will update game-by-game. 

Sportsmail’s experts also had a stab at who will come out on top prior to the start of the tournament, which you can see HERE.  

Euro 2020 top scorers
Player  Team  Goals Assists  Played 
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal  5 1
Patrik Schick    Czech Republic   3  0 3
Emil Forsberg  Sweden    0
                        Romelu Lukaku                     Belgium         3           3 
                        Gini Wijnaldum                      Holland         3           3 
Robert Lewandowski  Poland 
Ciro Immobile  Italy  2  1  2
Memphis Depay   Holland  2  1  3
Xherdan Shaqiri  Switzerland 
Roman Yaremchuk  Ukraine 
Andriy Yarmolenko  Ukraine 
Ivan Perisic  Croatia 
Manuel Locatelli   Italy 
Yussuf Poulsen  Denmark   2  0  3
Kai Havertz  Germany 
Denzel Dumfries  Holland 
                       Raheem Sterling                   England         2            0            3 
Karim Benzema  France 
Kevin De Bruyne  Belgium  2
Pablo Sarabia  Spain  1
Thomas Meunier  Belgium 
Adam Szalai  Hungary 
                        Roben Gosens                    Germany         1          1           3
Diogo Jota  Portugal 
Artem Dzyuba  Russia   1  1 3
*Table correct as of Thursday, June 24    
Euro 2020 most assists  
Player  Team      Assists  Goals Played 
Steven Zuber  Switzerland     3 2
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg   Denmark      3  0  3
Kevin De Bruyne    Belgium      2  1  2
Dejan Kulusevski  Sweden    
Donyell Malen  Holland       2  0  3
Gerard Moreno  Spain       2
Roland Sallai  Hungary     
                         Gareth Bale                   Wales                2        0           3 
David Alaba   Austria    2  3
                      Cristiano Ronaldo                 Portugal                1        5          3
Ciro Immobile   Italy      1  2  2
Xherdan Shaqiri  Switzerland       1  2  3
Memphis Depay   Holland      1  2  3
Roman Yaremchuk   Ukraine      1  2
Andriy Yarmolenko  Ukraine       1
Ivan Perisic  Croatia    
Pablo Sarabia   Spain    
Thomas Meunier  Belgium       1  1 3
Adam Szalai  Hungary       1
Robin Gosens  Germany       1  1  3
Diogo Jota  Portugal       1  1  3
Artem Dzyuba  Russia       1  1  3
Luka Modric  Croatia    
Rafa  Portugal       1  0 2
Nathan Ake  Netherlands      1 0 2
*Table correct as of Thursday, June 24   

Of course, with a number of matches remaining, nothing is yet decided. 

But with Ronaldo now clear out in front, he has emerged as hot favourite with just four matches to be played maximum.  

Below, Sportsmail outlines the current favourites, as per Betfair, which are correct at the time of publication. 

Cristiano Ronaldo – 8/11

Romelu Lukaku – 5/1 

Ciro Immobile – 14/1 

Karim Benzema 14/1 

Memphis Depay – 16/1

Georginio Wijnaldum – 16/1  

Patrik Schick – 25/1