The Barça number 10 has a four-goal lead over Kylian Mbappé in the race to once again be crowned Europe's top domestic goalscorer
Lionel Messi is on the verge of adding two more individual awards to his list of honors: the Pichichi Trophy and the European Golden Shoe. Messi has won the Pichichi as the top scorer in La Liga six times, including the last two in a row, and will tie Telmo Zarra for most all time. With one game to play, Messi has 34 goals, 13 more than the injured Luis Suárez and Karim Benzema, who are tied for second with 21 each.
6th Golden Shoe?
Messi also leads the European scoring race, and has four more goals than PSG's KylianMbappé, who has two games remaining. Messi's final game comes at Eibar on Sunday, where a multi-goal game could help him wrap up the award for a record sixth time.