Robert Lewandowski has extended his lead to two goals and four points at the top of the Golden Shoe standings.
While his nearest challengers Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Erling Halland, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin failed to find the back of the net for their respective teams, Lewandowski was on target as Bayern defeated Stuttgart 3-1 away from home.
The Polish striker has now scored 12 goals in seven starts in the Bundesliga in 2020/21.
He was, remarkably, the only player among the front-runners to score over the weekend.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been in a rich vein of form recently and would have fancied his chances of a goal for Juventus against Benevento, but was rested from the squad by Andrea Pirlo.
2020/21 EUROPEAN GOLDEN SHOE STANDINGS
2020/21 European Golden Shoe
At this stage of the season, the leagues that run on the calendar year - ie 2020 - inevitably get a head start but these days with the league weightings, very few are still there by the end of the traditional 2020/21 campaign.
A reminder: The five elite leagues - Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 - all carry a weighting of 2, meaning that a player will be awarded two points for every goal they score in these competitions.
For the leagues ranked sixth to 30 in Uefa's coefficients rankings goals scored are given a weighting of 1.5, and goals scored in a league outwith the top 30, goals are given a weighting of 1.
2020/21 EUROPEAN GOLDEN SHOE (Summer Leagues)
2020 European Golden Shoe
|Maksim Skavysh||BATE Borisov||19||28.5|
|Rauno Sappinen||Flora Tallinn||25||25|
|Jasur Yakhshiboev||Pakhtakor Tashkent||16||24|
|Isaac Kiese Thelin||Malmo||13||19.5|
|Stefano Holmquist Vecchia||IK Sirius||12||18|
|Pavel Nekhajchik||BATE Borisov||12||18|
|Gegam Kadimyan||Neman Grodno||12||18|
This is the 2020/21 European Golden Shoe race. If you want to see the final standing for the 2019/20 European Golden Shoe, follow this link.