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UEFA Champions League

After Bayern Munich won the UCL; See who won the Golden gloves, Golden boot, and Top Assist

Robert Lewandoski is appointed the golden boot winner of the UEFA Champions League this season after leading Bayer to a remarkable victory, with 10 straight games to be scored before the final.

This season's 6th European goal hit 15 goals, with Bavaria 's star scored 68 Champions League goals well above Ronaldo (130) Lionel Messi (115) and Raul González (71).

Erling's bride Haaland was second to him. Until the runners knocked them down PSG in the round of sixteen, the Norwegian netted 10 goals for both Salzburg and Dortmund.

Serge Gnabry, former Arsenal player, scored 9 goals for Bayern Munich. Chelsea and Tottenham, in particular, against the London rivals of the Gunners.

In fourth place, 6 goals are tied for Dries Mertens (Naples), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Memphis Depay (LY), and Raheem Sterling (Manchester City).

Josip Ilicic, (Atalanta), Karim Benzema, Real Madrid, Kylian Mbappe and Lautaro Martinez, (Inter), Luis Suarez, Barcelona. (International)

The season ended with five Champions League goals for Mauro Icardi and Son Heung-Min (Tottenham), although a fairly misleading campaign for the Cristiano Ronaldo race winner, who finished 4 goals alone.

Much attention has been paid to goalscorers so far, of course, but the people who set them should also be commended. The assistant Kings table is headed by Angel Di Maria. At the second place of 5 are both candidates, Kylian Mbappe and Robert Lewandowski.

Hakim Ziyech(Ajax), Neymar (PSG), Riyad Mahrez(City Manchester), Houssem Aouar(Lyon), Lionel Messi and Aouar) finishes the list, all linked to four assists.

The UEFA championship 2020 gold glove race was a match as Manuel Neuer and Keylor Navas both scored in 5 pages before the final and Neuer finished in 6 positions with a lone shot by the Kingsley Coman.

Jan Oblak(Atletico Madrid) finished the season with 4 cleansheets. In the 3 matches that he played this season PSG 's second-choice goalkeeper Sergio Rico kept 3 clean sheets. Andre Onana of Ajax had 3 as well.

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