The Serie A golden boot race is getting stiffer as days goes by. With the arrival of elite stars like Ronaldo and Lukaku, this season's golden boot race is exhilarating and more competitive. With its major contenders being from Juventus, Inter Millan, Lazio, Atlanta and Napoli the winner is unpredictable.
Juventus' Christiano Ronaldo currently tops the topscorers table with 25 goals. Romelu Lukaku closely follows him with 21 goals while Luis Muriel is third scoring 18 times. Simy (17 goals ) appears at the fourth position as Immobile and Dusan ties with 16 goals each to close the 6 best scorers in SerieA.
Napoli's captain fantastic Lonzo Insigne is regarded as one of most the most lithal attackers in Europe. The Italian striker has been a key player in Napoli's squad. Insigne is the club's topscorer this season.
After a thrilling 5-2 victory against Lazio, Insigne has recorded his name in the Serie A top 10 scorers this season. After his brace against Lazio Insigne raised to position 7 with 15 Goals. See his position.
Will Ronaldo manage to Snatch his first Serie A golden boot? What's your take on this?
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