Thierry Henry strengthened his position at the top of the ESM Golden Shoe standings with another goal over the festive period to increase his lead in the race to be Europe's top scorer.
The Arsenal FC striker struck against Fulham FC on 26 December to take his Premiership goal tally to 16 for the season, giving him a points total of 32. Wisla Kraków's Tomasz Frankowski and Frode Johnsen of Rosenborg BK remain joint-second on 28.5 points.
FC Barcelona’s Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o climbed up to joint seventh place win a late winner against Levante UD on 21 December, while John Hartson of Celtic FC struck against Livingston FC on 2 January to move joint-eleventh.
Crystal Palace FC's Andrew Johnson and Nacho Novo of Rangers FC both scored over the festive period to climb from joint 41st position to, respectively, joint-19th and joint-22nd. Total Network Solutions FC's Marc Lloyd-Williams also found the net, in the League of Wales.
Last updated: 2 January 2005
Only the leading five countries (Spain, Italy, Germany, France and England) on the UEFA Ranking have two as their multiplier. This is to emphasise the difference in international performance level between clubs from those countries and those from the other countries.
A player cannot first play in a summer league (eg Norway) and then in a winter league (eg Spain) and combine the points total for each season.
Figures from Voetbal International
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