Cristiano Ronaldo dropped out of the top-three in the race for the European Golden Shoe after the Bundesliga returned this weekend - here are the top 10 scorers this season.
Ronaldo, 35, was in career-best form at Juventus before the coronavirus pandemic halted football across the globe, having scored 16 goals in 12 games within his record-breaking scoring run.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the 10 scorers in Europe this season
Overall, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner netted 21 goals 22 games, but for all his exploits, Ciro Immobile outshone him for most of the campaign with 27 goals in just 26 games.
And after the Bundesliga returned Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski and Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Erling Haaland both found the net, with the latter moving ahead of Ronaldo into the top-three scorers this season.
While Haaland and Lewandowski both sit on 26 league goals for the season, 16 of the strikes were netted in the Austrian Bundesliga, with a coefficient point of 1.5, compared to the 2-points earned from scoring in Europe's top-five leagues.
RB Leipzig's Timo Werner was also in action but failed to add to his 21 goals for the campaign as they drew 1-1 against SC Freiburg.
Lionel Messi trails the Germany international on the list with his 18 strikes in LaLiga, ranking him as the top-scorer in Spain, while the rest of the list comprises of Kylian Mbappe, Wissam Ben Tedder and Romelu Lukaku.