What competition will break the reign of La Liga with the Golden Boot?


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What competition will break the reign of La Liga with the Golden Boot?

Between Robert Lewandowski and Ciro Immobile would be the winner of the individual award, although Cristiano Ronaldo is confident of giving a final push.

The league during the last decade he had the best players in the world. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo They were the banners of a Barcelona and a Real Madrid that dominated Spanish and European football for a long time.

In this context, the aforementioned competition captured a large part of the continental titles and, also, of the individual performance awards, since since 2009 the winner of the Golden Ball he had always played in Spain and since 2007 La Liga had always had the winner of the Golden BootThat is, the top scorer at the individual level of the continent.

The last time the top scorer from the Old Continent did not play in Spain was in the 2007/08 season, when Cristiano Ronaldo claimed the award by scoring 31 goals in the Premier League wearing the Manchester United jersey. Since then, the CR7 itself added 3 times more the individual award but playing for Real Madrid; Lionel Messi obtained it 6 times at Barça and 2 times it had a Uruguayan flavor with Diego Forlán and his 32 goals at Atlético de Madrid, and Luis Suárez, with his 40 goals in 2015/16 with Barça.

SEASON PLAYER GOALS POINTS EQUIPMENT
2006/07Francesco Totti2652AS Roma
2007/08Cristiano Ronaldo3162Manchester United
2008/09Diego Forlan3264Atlético de Madrid
2009/10Lionel Messi3. 468FC Barcelona
2010/11Cristiano Ronaldo4080Real Madrid
2011/12Lionel Messififty100FC Barcelona
2012/13Lionel Messi4692FC Barcelona
2013/14Cristiano Ronaldo
Luis Suarez
3162Real Madrid
Liverpool
2014/15Cristiano Ronaldo4896Real Madrid
2015/16Luis Suarez4080FC Barcelona
2016/17Lionel Messi3774FC Barcelona
2017/18Lionel Messi3. 468FC Barcelona
2018/19Lionel Messi3672FC Barcelona

This year, the dynamics will be broken and the award will go to Germany or Italy. The striker of Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski, tied at the top with 34 goals with Ciro Immobile, of Lazio. However, there are still two more days to play in Italy for which the transalpine striker wins the award and, even, for Cristiano, third with 31, to overcome both.

If Immobile does not convert more and CR7 does not reach 34 goals, Lewandowski would add the first Golden Shoe in the 21st century for the Bundesliga, since a player of the German championship has not won the award since Gerd Müller won it in 1972, also playing for Bayern.

For his part, Messi, with 25 goals, has not been able to revalidate the award he won the last three seasons, although he did finish as La Liga’s top scorer with 4 more goals than the 21 scored by Karim Benzema with Madrid.

Photo: David Ramos / Getty Images


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