first_imgThe figures of Cristiano Ronaldo They go even further. Have seven top gunner titles, only one of them shared with the aforementioned Messi and Neymar. More than anyone in history. In addition, the Juventus striker holds the record for most goals in a single season: 17 in the 2013-2014 campaign with the Real Madrid shirt. As if that were not enough, the other two best records are also from Portuguese: 16, in 2015-2016 and 15, in the 2017-2018 campaign. The domain of Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi hIt has been overwhelming. The Barcelona attacker adds six Champions League top scorer awards, five of them alone. It was specifically Messi the pichichi last season with 12 goals. Only Gerd Müller is close to what was achieved by Christian Y Messi. Whoever was Bayern striker took over four trophies top scorer in the 70s although two of them shared.The drought of Cristiano and Messi in this group stageAll these data surprise with this season. Both figures only accumulate two goals each in the first phase. Very poor figure and well below their usual numbers. Quite the opposite of what was shown by the striker of Bayern, what He has scored 10 goals in six games. To one of Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of eleven goals in the group stage of the Champions League. What has been achieved by Haaland is unique. 8 goals in his debut in the final phase of the Champions League and with 19 years. Predicting that he may be the potential scorer of the next decade. In his first match scored a hat-trick against the Genk then see the door every day except the last against Liverpool.Top scorers 2019-2020Lewandowski (Bayern): 10 goalsHaaland (Salzburg / Dortmund): 8 goalsKane (Tottenham): 5 goalsDepay (O. Lyon): 5 goalsIcardi (PSG): 5 goals Lautaro (Inter): 5 goalsMbappé (PSG): 5 goalsThey are (Tottenham): 5 goalsMertens (Naples): 5 goalsSterling (M. City): 5 goals The Portuguese leads the historical classification with an iron hand. Christian reaches 128 goals in European Cup, followed by Messi with 114 goals. The last step of the podium continues to occupy it Raul, with 71. Benzema and Lewandowski They are in a tough dispute and are already fourth and fifth with 64 and 63 goals respectively.center_img Always reliable Robert Lewandowski and the feeling Erling Braut Haaland lead the classification of top scorer of the 2019-2020 Champions. The polish of Bayern Munich takes 10 goals, while the Norwegian, now in the ranks of the Borussia Dortmund after leaving the Red Bull Salzburg, add the figure of 8 goals. Both of them they are eclipsing to the two great nominees of the award in recent years: Cristiano Ronaldo Y Lionel messi. The deed of Lewandowski and of Haaland It is not a small thing since we have to go back to the 2006-2007 campaign to find a player at the top that is neither the Portuguese nor the Argentine crack. It was Kaka when he reached the figure of 10 goals with Milan of Ancelotti. Since then, the name of Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi It has always been written when reference has been made to the maximum gunner of the Champions League. There have only been a soccer player who has dared to challenge to both players and It was the Brazilian Neymar, who drew 10 goals with both players in the 2014-2015 season. Top scorers2018-2019: Messi (Barcelona): 12 goals2017-2018: Cristiano (Real Madrid): 15 goals2016-2017: Cristiano (Real Madrid): 12 goals2015-2016: Cristiano (Real Madrid): 16 goals2014-2015: Cristiano / Messi / Neymar: 10 goals2013-2014: Cristiano (Real Madrid): 17 goals2012-2013: Cristiano (Real Madrid): 12 goals2011-2012: Messi (Barcelona): 14 goals2010-2011: Messi (Barcelona): 12 goals2009-2010: Messi (Barcelona): 8 goals2008-2009: Messi (Barcelona): 9 goals2007-2008: Cristiano (United): 8 goals2006-2007: Kaka (Milan): 10 goalslast_img read more

first_imgLIPO Director General, Roosevelt Gould Kicks off development of National IP PlanThe Liberia Industrial Property Office (LIPO) has begun a 12-day stakeholders’ field trip intended to develop a national intellectual property strategic plan to be integrated into the government’s national development agenda.The field trip comes at a time when investors, inventors and artists in the creative sector (film, music, innovation, etc ), are taking steps to ensure that government pays more attention to this lucrative creative industry.Since the country enacted the Intellectual Property Law, no government – past or present, has fully given recognition to the creative sector as an engine of growth due to what they describe as ‘lack of a road map for the sector.’Accordingly, the 12-day LIPO field trip is expected to change things as part of its trajectory will be the development of a national strategic intellectual property (IP) plan that will encourage and facilitate useful creations, critical developments and management and protection of IP at the national level, as well as giving more subsidies to creative industry societies.LIPO director general Roosevelt Gould, who took over the agency less than five months ago,  initiated this crucial activity that will soon see artists benefiting more from their career paths.  Artists have described the plan that is being developed as “a crosscutting document which outlines links with diverse policy areas to ensure effective coordination with other activities.”He added that a national IP strategy strengthens a country’s ability to generate economic growth, both in terms of GDP and human capital.“With the coming of this strategy, everything ranging from literary to artistic works and genetic and biological assets will be protected and the individuals behind them will fully reap their benefits. Without a national IP strategy, it is difficult to unlock these assets in a planned, efficient, and sustainable manner.“The goal of this national IP strategy is the creation, ownership, and management of artists and inventors’ rights to increase economic growth. The world is now being controlled by IP, and if other countries are benefiting from this, it is about time Liberia starts to benefit as well.“We have artists and inventors who are supposed to be millionaires by now, but this is not happening because we lack a national IP strategy. We have a good IP law but in the absence of a national IP strategy – which is a key policy tool to promote public interest in the arts and innovation and for the environment to thrive, then the law remains inactive,” he said.Gould noted that since 2009, LIPO has been undergoing numerous reforms and working hard to make sure that its performance equals and surpasses its mandate.Director Gould added that the 12-day field trip will be managed by two expert consultants sent by the World Intellectual Property Organization to work alongside the agency’s staff to develop the country’s strategic IP plan through stakeholder engagement.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more