The top four goalscorers are no longer in the competition as Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrik Schick continue to lead the charts.
While not as action-packed and full of surprises as the Round of 16, the Euro 2020 quarter-finals were certainly tense and captivating.
The last eight stage started with Spain vs Switzerland – a fixture marked by big saves, even bigger misses, and a controversial red card. The two teams remained inseparable after 120 minutes of action, with Spain eventually going through after penalty shootouts.
A clash of titans followed as Belgium faced Italy at the Allianz Arena. Italy prevailed as they narrowly beat Belgium 2-1, with all three goals coming in the first half.
Up next was a battle between two dark horses. Denmark extended their winning streak to three games as they beat the Czech Republic 2-1 to advance to the semi-finals.
Finally, England took on Ukraine which looked nothing like a contest as the former cruised to a 4-0 victory.
Euro 2020: Top 10 goal scorers
Note: In the event of a tie, the Golden Boot race is settled by assists, followed by minutes per goal. Goals scored in the qualification phase take precedence over the ones scored in group stages.
|Patrik Schick||Czech Republic||5||0||416|