With his 36 goals in Serie A, the Italian striker from Lazio proclaimed himself Capocannoniere and also the top scorer of the European season.
At a time marked by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, only two footballers had removed the Golden Boot to both stars: Diego Forlán and Luis Suárez. However, now there are three, since Ciro Immobile He kept this individual title and also the Capocannoniere.
Despite Lazio’s 3-1 loss to Napoli at San Paolo on the last day of Serie A, the former Sevilla striker scored a goal to further reaffirm his leadership.
With his 36 annotations in the Italian championship, the attacker of the Rome Eagles came first in the fight for the award with 72 points, followed by Lewandowski with his 34 goals and 68 units. Behind were Cristiano Ronaldo, Timo Werner and Erling Haaland, who have already finished their participation before.
Among those in the Top 10, the only one who could still move, apart from Immobile, was Romelu Lukaku, who finished seventh with 23 goals and 46 points.
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