Euro 2020 qualifying top scorers: Where do Ronaldo, Kane, Sterling, Lukaku rank? | Football | Sport

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Cristiano Ronaldo reached a landmark goal with his strike in Portugal’s Euro 2020 qualifier at Ukraine.

The Portuguese side lost the match 2-1 but Ronaldo’s penalty took him to 700 career goals.

“Not just anyone can reach this figure,” the Juventus star said after the game.

“Thank you to my team-mates, colleagues and coaches who have helped me to become the player I am.

“I am disappointed that we didn’t win, but proud of the team.”

The strike also moved Ronaldo to seven goals in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

That puts him at No 5 on the top scorers’ list, level with Aleksandar Mitrovic of Serbia and Finland’s Teemu Pukki.

Just ahead are England duo Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane.

Manchester City forward Sterling has been directly involved in 13 goals in Euro 2020 qualifying, while Tottenham’s Kane has contributed directly to 15 goals in his last 10 games for England in all competitions.

Euro 2020 qualifying top scorers (5+ goals)

1. Eran Zahavi, Israel – 11 goals

2. Artem Dzyuba, Russia – 9 goals

3. Harry Kane, England – 8 goals

4. Raheem Sterling, England – 8 goals

5. Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – 7 goals

6. Aleksandar Mitrović, Serbia – 7 goals

7. Teemu Pukki, Finland – 7 goals

8. Marko Arnautović, Austria – 6 goals

9. Memphis Depay, Netherlands – 6 goals

10. Claudiu Keșerü, Romania – 6 goals

11. Romelu Lukaku, Belgium – 6 goals

12. Denis Cheryshev, Russia – 5 goals

13. Olivier Giroud, France – 5 goals

14. Serge Gnabry, Germany – 5 goals

15. Robert Lewandowski, Poland – 5 goals

16. George Pușcaș, Romania – 5 goals

17. Cenk Tosun, Turkey – 5 goals

18. Georginio Wijnaldum, Netherlands – 5 goals

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