The 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League season has began. Players interested in winning the golden boots are doing their best by scoring. These are the 4 players that could lead as top scores in the UCL this season.
1. Sebastien Haller - The Ajax foward scored four goals in their round 1 UEFA Champions League group stage 1-5 win against Sporting CP. This gives him an advantage over his competitors.
2. Robert Lewandowski - He seems to be ready for a good performance this season. He scored 2 goals in Bayern Munich's opening Champions League match against Barcelona which they won 0-3.
3. Christopher Nkunku - He has scored three goals in the UEFA Champions League. Though Leipzig lost 6-3 to Manchester City in the match, he tried his best.
4. Cristiano Ronaldo - He started the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League season in style scoring one despite Manchester United losing the match 1-2 to Young Boys. He has led as the top scorer in Champions league before so there is no doubt that he can do it once more this season given the squad depth of Manchester United.
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