With European season at the last stage, teams are battling for silverware. Individual awards also at stake as worlds lethal strikes competes for 2019 Golden Shoe awards.
2018's European Golden Shoe winner Lionel Messi on the right course to retain his crown after netting 34 goals last season to win it for the record fifth time - one more than his arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo.
France superstar and World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe in the hunt for his first Golden Shoe award helping PSG to lift the Ligue 1 trophy with couple games to spare.
Ronaldo-Messi rivalry came to an end last summer as Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Juventus, new league and new team take a toll in his form. It took a while to find net in Serie A for Ronaldo, but has moved up the scoring charts.
|#1||Lionel Messi||Barcelona||34 (68 Pts)|
|#2||Kylian Mbappe||PSG||30 (60 Pts)|
|#3||Fabio Quagliarella||Sampdoria||22 (44 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Mbaye Diagne||Galatasaray||28 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Luuk de Jong||PSV ||28 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Luis Suarez||Barcelona ||21 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Robert Lewandowski||Bayern Munich||21 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Krzysztof Piatek||AC Milan||21 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Karim Benzema||Real Madrid||21 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Duvan Zapata||Atalanta ||21 (42 Pts)|
|#4 (joint)||Mohamed Salah||Liverpool ||21 (42 Pts)|
|#12 (joint)||Cristiano Ronaldo||Juventus ||20 (40 Pts)|
|#12 (joint)||Sadio Mane||Liverpool ||20 (40 Pts)|