Cristiano Ronaldo Harry Kane Patrik Schick Euro 2020Getty/Goal

Euro 2020 top scorers: Ronaldo beats Schick to win Golden Boot

The race for Euro 2020 top scorer is typically competitive, with some of the best strikers in the competition fighting it out for the top individual title.

Winning the European Championship outright earns you continental glory, but it is also an opportunity for star forwards to battle it out for individual honours.

Goal is compiling the individual goal tallies for the highest-scoring Euro 2020 players below.

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Euro 2020 top scorers

=1Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal5
=2Patrik Schick Czech Republic5
=3Karim Benzema France4
=3Emil Forsberg Sweden4
=3Romelu Lukaku Belgium4
=3Harry Kane England4
=7Raheem Sterling England3
=7Georginio Wijnaldum Netherlands3
=7Robert Lewandowski Poland3
=7Kasper Dolberg Denmark3
=7Xherdan Shaqiri Switzerland3
=7Haris Seferovic Switzerland3
=7Alvaro Morata Spain3
=14Thorgan Hazard Belgium2
=14Memphis Depay Netherlands2
=14Denzel Dumfries Netherlands2
=14Ciro Immobile Italy2
=14Federico Chiesa Italy2
=14Manuel Locatelli Italy2
=14Matteo Pessina Italy2
=14Lorenzo Insigne Italy2
=14Yussuf Poulsen Denmark2
=14Joakim Maehle Denmark2
=14Ivan Perisic Croatia2
=14Kai Havertz Germany2
=14Ferran Torres Spain2
=14Roman Yaremchuk Ukraine2
=14Pablo Sarabia Spain2
=14Andriy Yarmolenko Ukraine2
=14Mikkel Damsgaard Denmark2

*Up to date as of games played on July 11.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrik Schick currently lead the pack as Euro 2020 top scorers with five goals to their name, the Portugal captain breaking numerous scoring records in the process.

He broke France icon Michel Platini's previous record of nine goals scored at European Championships when he netted a penalty against Hungary before scoring his 11th goal in stoppage time.

Ronaldo has set even more milestones, becoming the oldest player to score for Portugal at a major tournament at age 36 years, 130 days. He broke the record set by Pepe at World Cup 2018 (35 years, 124 days).

The Juventus forward also became the oldest player to score at least two goals in a European Championship match, surpassing the record set by Andriy Schevchenko when he was 35 years, 256 days.

With Portugal having been eliminated by Belgium, however, Ronaldo's tally could soon be surpassed. He is matched by Czech Republic sensation Patrik Schick, but the Czechs were eliminated in the quarter-final.

England striker Harry Kane, who was the top scorer at the last World Cup, could well take home the Golden Boot at the Euros with England playing Italy in the final on July 11.

The Tottenham forward has four goals after his strike against Denmark in the semi-final, while Raheem Sterling is one behind him on three.