Chiro Immobilia won the European Golden Shoe. Goal: League record

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Chiro Immobilia won the European Golden Shoe. Next goal: League record
Juventus players celebrate in the locker room winning a championship (Official Juventus Twitter account)
Chiro Immobilia today (Saturday) officially became the winner of the European Golden Shoe, even before the locking cycle of Serie A where Lazio will host Napoli. The reason? Cristiano Ronaldo, the Juventus star who scored 31 league goals this season and was the only one who could still catch up with him, was given a rest and was not included in the squad of the champions for the game against Roma. Thus Immobilia won with 35 goals, and can now turn to breaking the league record.

Immobilia is the third Italian in history to win the European Golden Shoe title, after Luca Tony (2005/06) and Francesco Totti (2006/07).

Lazio’s scorer is not content with the title of goal scorer for Italy and Europe. On the eve of the match, he stands at 35 goals – one less than the record for conquests for one season in Italy, which was set by Gonzalo Higuain four years ago as a Napoli player, at the same San Paolo stadium where Immobilia will play tonight. The record for goals for one season of an Italian player (Luca Tony, 31) was already broken a few weeks ago.

Golden shoe ranking on the eve of the final round in Italy

Chiro Immobilia – 70 points, 35 goals
2. Robert Lewandowski – 68 points, 34 goals
3. Cristiano Ronaldo – 62 points, 31 goals
4. Timo Werner – 56 points, 28 goals
5. Lionel Messi – 50 points, 25 goals
6. Arling Holland – 50 points, 29 goals
7. Romulo Lukaku – 46 points, 23 goals
8. Jamie Vardy – 46 points, 23 goals
9. Sean Weissman – 45 points, 30 goals
10. Jean-Pierre Ansema – 45 points, 30 goals

Winners of the past

1999/20 – Kevin Phillips (Sunderland, 30 goals)
2000/01 – Henrik Larsson (Celtic, 35)
2001/02 – Mario Jardel (Porto, 36)
2002/03 – Roy McKay (La Coruna, 29)
2003/04 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal, 30)
2004/04 – Thierry Henry (Arsenal) and Diego Forlan (Villarreal), 25 each
2005/06 – Luca Tony (Fiorentina, 31)
2006/07 – Francesco Totti (Rome, 26)
2007/08 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United, 31)
2008/09 – Diego Forlan (Atletico Madrid, 32)
2009/10 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​34)
2010/11 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, 40)
2011/12 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​50)
2012/13 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​46)
2013/14 – Luis Suarez (Liverpool) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 31 each
2014/15 – Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, 48)
2015/16 – Luis Suarez (Barcelona, ​​40)
2016/17 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​37)
2017/18 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​34)
2018/19 – Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​36)

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