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Prolific Montella joins Henry

Published: Monday 17 January 2005, 10.45CET
ESM Golden Shoe: AS Roma striker Vincenzo Montella climbed three places to the top of the standings.

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Published: Monday 17 January 2005, 10.45CET

Prolific Montella joins Henry

ESM Golden Shoe: AS Roma striker Vincenzo Montella climbed three places to the top of the standings.

Vincenzo Montella climbed three places to join Thierry Henry at the top of the ESM Golden Shoe table at the weekend.

Shevchenko surge
Montella made it seven goals in six games by scoring twice as AS Roma drew 2-2 against AC Chievo Verona in Serie A. The strikes lifted the forward to 32 points, alongside Arsenal FC striker Henry. Samuel Eto'o's winning goal for FC Barcelona against Real Sociedad de Fútbol meant he rose to joint-fifth place with 14 goals and 28 points, while European Footballer of the Year Andriy Shevchenko is now in the top ten after registering his 13th goal of the season as AC Milan beat Udinese Calcio 3-1.

Pos

Name Club (Country) Gls Val Pts
1 Thierry Henry Arsenal FC (ENG) 16 2 32
1 Vincenzo Montella AS Roma (ITA) 16 2 32
3 Tomasz Frankowski Wisla Kraków (POL) 19 1.5 28.5
3 Frode Johnsen Rosenborg BK (NOR) 19 1.5 28.5
5 Adriano FC Internazionale Milano (ITA) 14 2 28
5 Samuel Eto'o FC Barcelona (ESP) 14 2 28
5 Vjateslav Zahovaiko FC Flora (EST) 28 1 28
8 Aleksandr Kerzhakov FC Zenit St. Peterburg (RUS) 18. 1.5 27
9 Andriy Shevchenko AC Milan (ITA) 13 2 26
9 Andrew Johnson Crystal Palace FC (ENG) 13 2 26
9 Marek Mintál 1. FC Nürnberg (GER) 13 2 26
12 Andrei Kariaka FC Krylya Sovetov Samara (RUS) 17 1.5 25.5
13 Jason Byrne Shelbourne FC (IRL) 25 1 25
14 John Hartson Celtic FC (SCO) 16 1.5 24
15 Zlatan Ibrahimovic AFC Ajax (NED) / Juventus FC (ITA) 3/9 1.5/2 22.5
15 Fatih Tekke Trabzonspor (TUR) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Martin Kamburov PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv (BUL) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Aleksandr Panov FC Torpedo Moskva (RUS) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Dmitri Sytchev FC Lokomotiv Moskva (RUS) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Alexander Ødegaard Sogndal IL (NOR) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Christian Mayrleb SV Pasching (AUT) 15 1.5 22.5
15 Liedson Sporting Clube de Portugal (POR) 15 1.5 22.5
23 Ronaldo Real Madrid CF (SPA) 11 2 22
23 Diego Forlán Villarreal CF (SPA) 11 2 22
23 Arsen Tlehugov FC Kairat Almaty (KZK) 22 1 22
23 Ulugbek Bakayev FC Tobol Kostanay (KZK) 22 1 22
27 Marc
Lloyd-Williams
Total Network
Solutions FC (WAL)
21 1 21
27 Nacho Novo Rangers FC (SCO) 14 1.5 21
27 Galust Petrosian FC Pyunik (ARM) 21 1 21
27 Arild Sundgot Lillestrøm SK (NOR) 14 1.5 21
27 Olivier Occean Odd Grenland (NOR) 14 1.5 21
27 Sigurd Rushfeldt FK Austria Wien (AUT) 14 1.5 21
27 Aleksandr Katasonov FHK Liepajas Metalurgs (LAT) 21 1 21
27 Edgar Manucharian FC Pyunik (ARM) 21 1 21

Last updated: 16 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

Last updated: 31/01/12 9.14CET

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