European Golden Boot

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Can you name the Top three goal scorers in Europe every year?

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1967-68:
1st (42 goals): Benfica (Portuguese) 
2nd (36 goals): Újpesti Dózsa (Hungarian) 
3rd (32 goals): Celtic (Scottish) 
1968-69:
1st (36 goals): CSKA Sofia (Bulgarian) 
2nd (35 goals): Olympiacos (Greek) 
Joint 3rd (31 goals): Újpesti Dózsa (Hungarian) 
Joint 3rd (31 goals): Austria Vienna (Austrian) 
1969-70
1st (38 goals): Bayern Munich (West German) 
2nd (31 goals): CSL (Luxembourgish) 
3rd (31 goals): CSKA Sofia (Bulgarian) 
1970-71
1st (44 goals): Marseille (Yugoslavian) 
2nd (42 goals): Saint-Etienne (Malian) 
3rd (28 goals): Panionios (Greek) 
1971-72
1st (40 goals): Bayern Munich (West German) 
2nd (39 goals): Panathinaikos (Greek) 
Joint 3rd (33 goals): Aberdeen (Scottish) 
Joint 3rd (33 goals): Manchester City (English) 
Joint 3rd (33 goals): OFK Beograd (Yugoslavian) 
1972-73
1st (40 goals): Benfica (Portuguese) 
2nd (36 goals): Bayern Munich (West German) 
3rd (29 goals): CSKA Sofia (Bulgarian) 
1973-74
1st (46 goals): Sporting Lisbon (Argentine) 
2nd (36 goals): Rapid Vienna (Austrian) 
Joint 3rd (30 goals): Stade Reims (Argentine) 
Joint 3rd (30 goals): Borussia Mönchengladbach (German) 
Joint 3rd (30 goals): Bayern Munich (West German) 
1974-75
1st (33 goals): Dinamo Bucharest (Romanian) 
Joint 2nd (30 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
Joint 2nd (30 goals): Monaco (Argentine) 
Joint 2nd (30 goals): Sporting Lisbon (Argentine) 
1975-76
1st (39 goals): Omonia (Cypriot) 
2nd (34 goals): Stade Reims (Argentine) 
3rd (33 goals): FC Zürich (Swiss) 
1976-77
1st (47 goals): Dinamo Bucharest (Romanian) 
2nd (36 goals): Vasas SC (Hungarian) 
Joint 3rd (34 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
Joint 3rd (34 goals): Koln (West German) 
1977-78
1st (41 goals): Rapid Vienna (Austrian) 
2nd (37 goals): PSG (Argentine) 
3rd (32 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
1978-79
1st (34 goals): AZ (Dutch) 
Joint 2nd (31 goals): Újpesti Dózsa (Hungarian) 
Joint 2nd (31 goals): AEK (Greek) 
1979-80
1st (39 goals): Lierse (Belgian) 
2nd (36 goals): Újpesti Dózsa (Hungarian) 
3rd (34 goals): Rapid Vienna (Austrian) 
1980-81
1st (31 goals): Trakia Plovdiv (Bulgarian) 
2nd (30 goals): Ferencvárosi TC (Hungarian) 
3rd (29 goals): Bayern Munich (West German) 
1981-82
1st (32 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
Joint 2nd (29 goals): AZ (Dutch) 
Joint 2nd (29 goals): Tours (Argentine) 
1982-83
1st (36 goals): Porto (Portuguese) 
2nd (30 goals): Feyenoord (Dutch) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Olympiakos (Greek) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Celtic (Scottish) 
1983-84
1st (32 goals): Liverpool (Welsh) 
2nd (28 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
3rd (27 goals): R.F.C. Seraing (Belgian) 
1984-85
1st (39 goals): Porto (Portuguese) 
2nd (34 goals): Linfield (Northern Irish) 
3rd (28 goals): Nantes (Yugoslavian) 
1985-86
1st (37 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
2nd (36 goals): Dnepr (Soviet) 
Joint 3rd (33 goals): Samsunspor (Turkish) 
Joint 3rd (33 goals): Austria Vienna (Austrian) 
1986-87
1st (44 goals): Dinamo Bucharest (Romanian) 
2nd (39 goals): Austria Vienna (Austrian) 
3rd (36 goals): Levski Sofia (Bulgarian) 
1987-88
1st (39 goals): Galatasaray (Turkish) 
2nd (36 goals): Servette (Danish) 
3rd (34 goals): Steaua Bucharest (Romanian) 
1988-89
1st (43 goals): Dinamo Bucharest (Romanian) 
2nd (36 goals): Victoria Bucharest (Romanian) 
3rd (35 goals): Atlético Madrid (Brazilian) 
1989-90
Joint 1st (38 goals): Real Madrid (Mexican) 
Joint 1st (38 goals): CSKA Sofia (Bulgarian) 
2nd (35 goals): Admira (Austrian) 
1990-91
1st (34 goals): Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavian) 
2nd (31 goals): Galatasaray (Turkish) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Tirol Innsbruck (Czechoslovakian) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Tomori Berat (Albanian) 
1991-92
1st (34 goals): Rangers (Scottish) 
2nd (30 goals): Boavista (Nigerian) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Olimpija (Slovenian) 
Joint 3rd (29 goals): Arsenal (English) 
1992-93
1st (34 goals): Rangers (Scottish) 
2nd (33 goals): AEK (Greek) 
3rd (32 goals): Panathinaikos (Polish) 
1993-94
1st (43 goals): Porthmadog (Welsh) 
2nd (34 goals): Newcastle (English) 
Joint 3rd (31 goals): Blackburn (English) 
Joint 3rd (31 goals): Cercle Brugge (Croatian) 
1994-95
1st (39 goals): Pyunik (Armenian) 
2nd (35 goals): Vardar (Macedonian) 
3rd (34 goals): Blackburn (English) 
1995-96
1st (40 goals): Margveti (Georgian)  
2nd (38 goals): Conwy (English) 
3rd (34 goals): Zimbru Chişinău (Moldovan) 
1996-97
1st (34 goals): Barcelona (Brazilian) 
2nd (30 goals): Porto (Brazilian) 
3rd (38 goals): Galatasaray (Turkish) 
1997-98
1st (34 goals): Vitesse (Greek) 
2nd (32 goals): Rangers (Italian) 
3rd (27 goals): Udinese (German) 
1998-99
1st (36 goals): Porto (Brazilian) 
2nd (31 goals): PSV (Dutch) 
3rd (25 goals): Real Madrid (Spanish) 
1999-00
1st (30 goals): Sunderland (English) 
2nd (29 goals): PSV (Dutch) 
3rd (38 goals): Porto (Brazilian) 
2000-01
1st (35 goals): Celtic (Swedish) 
2nd (26 goals): Lazio (Argentine) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): PSV (Yugoslavian) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): Real Madrid (Spanish) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): AC Milan (Ukrainian) 
2001-02
1st (42 goals): Sporting Lisbon (Brazilian) 
Joint 2nd (24 goals): Arsenal (French) 
Joint 2nd (24 goals): Piacenza Calcio (Italian) 
Joint 2nd (24 goals): Juventus (French) 
2002-03
1st (29 goals): Deportivo (Dutch) 
2nd (35 goals): PSV (Yugoslavian) 
3rd (26 goals): Monaco (Congolese) 
2003-04
1st (30 goals): Arsenal (French) 
2nd (28 goals): Werder Bremen (Brazilian) 
3rd (26 goals): Auxerre (French) 
2004-05
Joint 1st (25 goals): Villarreal (Uruguayan) 
Joint 1st (25 goals): Arsenal (French) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): Barcelona (Cameroonian) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): Livorno (Italian) 
Joint 3rd (24 goals): Nurnberg (Slovak) 
2005-06
1st (31 goals): Fiorentina (Italian) 
2nd (27 goals): Arsenal (French) 
3rd (26 goals): Barcelona (Cameroonian) 
2006-07
1st (26 goals): Roma (Italian) 
2nd (34 goals): Heerenveen (Brazilian) 
3rd (25 goals): Real Madrid (Dutch) 
2007-08
1st (31 goals): Manchester United (Portuguese) 
2nd (27 goals): Mallorca (Spanish) 
3rd (33 goals): Ajax (Dutch) 
2008-09
1st (32 goals): Atlético Madrid (Uruguayan) 
2nd (30 goals): Barcelona (Cameroonian) 
3rd (39 goals): Salzburg (Austrian) 
2009–10
1st (34 goals): Barcelona (Argentine) 
Joint 2nd (29 goals): Chelsea (Ivorian) 
Joint 2nd (29 goals): Udinese (Italian) 
2010-11
1st (40 goals): Real Madrid (Portuguese) 
2nd (31 goals): Barcelona (Argentine) 
Joint 3rd (28 goals): Bayern Munich (German) 
Joint 3rd (28 goals): Udinese (Italian) 
2011-12
1st (50 goals): Barcelona (Argentine) 
2nd (46 goals): Real Madrid (Portuguese) 
3rd (30 goals): Arsenal (Dutch) 
2012-13
1st (46 goals): Barcelona (Argentine) 
2nd (34 goals): Real Madrid (Portuguese) 
3rd (29 goals): Napoli (Uruguayan) 

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