Lionel Messi wins his sixth European Golden Shoe

Lionel Messi has won his sixth European Golden Shoe, awarded to the player with the foremost league goals in any of Europe’s topping leagues.

Messi’s thirty-six goals in thirty-four games in LaLiga Santander this season meant that he finished 3 previous Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe.

Mbappe had to get 5 against Reims on the ultimate day of the Ligue one season on Friday however might solely manage one as PSG lost 3-1.

This is the third consecutive year that Messi has claimed the award and therefore the eleventh campaign in a very row wherever the winner has come back from LaLiga Santander, though Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez shared the Shoe in 2014.

Ronaldo was the last player to not play for a Spanish club to win the award once he scored thirty-one goals within the 2007/08 Premier League campaign. The Portuguese have four Golden Shoes in total.

Messi has become the second oldest player to win the award with Associate in Nursing age of thirty-one years, eleven months and twenty-five days. Victor-Marie Hugo Salim was a month and every day older than Messi once he won the prize in 1990.

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