The Argentine star wins the prize for the third consecutive season thanks to his 36 goals in the league, 3 ahead of second placed Kylian Mbappé
The Argentine has done it again. Lionel Messi has won the European Golden Shoe for the sixth time after ending the league campaign with 36 goals to his name, 3 more than second placed Kylian Mbappé who played his final league game for PSG on Friday.
The Barça number 10 now has six Golden Shoes in his personal trophy cabinet, two ahead of his nearest rival, Cristiano Ronaldo. Then come a whole host of famous names who have claimed the award on two separate occasion; Eusébio, Gerd Müller, Dudu Georgescu, Fernando Gomes, Ally McCoist, Mário Jardel, former Barça player Thierry Henry, Diego Forlán and his great friend and team mate Luis Suárez.
The Argentine has claimed the award for the third time in a row, another unique achievement since the prize was recreated back in 1968.