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Bundesliga leads the goalscoring chart at UEFA Euro 2024


Bundesliga players have scored more goals at UEFA Euro 2024 than those from any other division, while Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have provided more scorers than any other club.

Ahead of the final between England and Spain on 14 July, players active in the Bundesliga in 2023/24 have contributed 26 goals - 11 more than Serie A and the English Premier League, and 12 ahead of La Liga.

There have been six goals apiece from Bayern and Dortmund representatives - one more than Spainish counterparts Real Madrid, Italian champions Inter Milan and domestic rivals RB Leipzig.

Leipzig's Dani Olmo is the frontrunner for the Golden Boot, after scoring three times in the knockouts. Bayern striker Harry Kane also has three goals, but Olmo has the edge over the England captain by virtue of his two assists.

Watch: All of Dani Olmo's 2023/24 Bundesliga goals & assists

Kane's Bayern teammate Jamal Musiala recorded three goals, before Germany went out to Spain the quarter-finals. The non-Bundeslgia trio of Cody Gakpo (Netherlands), Ivan Schranz (Slovakia) and Georges Mikautadze also bowed out on the same tally.

Another three Bundesliga players have scored twice at the finals: Donyell Malen (Dortmund/ Netherlands), Niclas Füllkrug (Dortmund/ Germany) and Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen/ Germany). A further 11 who played Bundesliga football in 2023/24 registered one goal.