|Milan Baroš averaged a goal every 77 minutes at EURO 2004™
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Sunday, 4 July 2004
Net gains for brilliant Baroš
Milan Baroš scored five goals in as many games for the Czech Republic to top the UEFA EURO 2004™ goalscoring charts.
In a tournament which featured 77 goals in 31 matches over 23 days, the Liverpool FC striker came out on top, having found the net once more than two other players plying their trade in the Premiership, England's Everton FC centre-forward Wayne Rooney and Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooij of Manchester United FC.
|Ruud van Nistelrooij
|Jon Dahl Tomasson
For a complete list of EURO 2004™ goalscorers, click here.