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Official: Here are the Golden Boot Winners From the Top 5 Leagues in Europe in the 2020/21 Season

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The 2020/21 football season officially came to an end across the top five leagues in Europe on Sunday, bringing an end to what will go down as one of the most historic seasons in recent memory. This is largely due to the fact that games were mainly played behind closed doors throughout the season, thanks to the corona virus pandemic. But despite the absence of fans, there was still lots of interesting action, especially across the five major leagues in Europe.

Not to forget, there was also an attempt by some elite clubs to form a breakaway Super League, a move which drew universal backlash and ultimately crumbled.


And as usual, there were goals. Lots and lots of goals. Some of the recognised goal poachers stepped up once again. Some like Timo Werner failed to live up to expectations, while others like Adrien Silva broke into the scene. In this post, we will be taking a look at the Golden boot winners across the five major leagues in Europe, for the 2020/21 season.

English Premier League

Winner: Harry Kane

For a number of seasons, Kane has been one of the top marksmen in the Premier League - and indeed in Europe. And not for the first time, he emerged as the Premier League Golden boot winner after scoring 23 goals in the season, one more than Liverpool's Mohammed Salah with the decisive goal came in Tottenham's 4-2 comeback win over Leicester City on the final day.

Kane also finished as the player with the most assists, and is well on course to be named Player of the Season.

Spanish La Liga Santander

Winner: Lionel Messi

The campaign may have ended in disappointing fashion for Messi, with Barcelona's poor run of form at the tail end of the season ultimately killing their title hopes before the final day. At least Messi has the Copa Del Rey as consolation, and he emerged the highest goalscorer in the La Liga once again with 30 goals to his name. This will be the 8th time the Argentine would be winning the 'Pichichi', no other player in the history of the competition has won more than six.

Italian Serie A

Winner: Cristiano Ronaldo

Just like Messi, Ronaldo is another for whom the campaign might have ended in a rather disappointing note. On the plus side, Juventus were able to rescue a Champions League spot on the final day, and Ronaldo emerged as the highest goalscorer in the Serie A, the first time he would be winning the Golden Boot since joining the Old Lady. He has now won the Golden boot in three different leagues and with three different clubs, having done so with Manchester United in England and Real Madrid in Spain.

German Bundesliga

Winner: Robert Lewandowski

The reigning FIFA Men's Best Player of the Year, Lewandowski has surely made a huge case to reclaim that award, while he is also one of the favorites to win the Ballon D'or this year. A proper goal machine, the 32-year old enjoyed his best ever goalscoring season as he netted 41 goals, breaking Gerd Muller's 49-year record for the most number of goals scored in a single Bundesliga season. It's perhaps befitting that Lewandowski broke the record with the last kick of the season, and it's even more mindblowing when you consider that he played just 29 league games.

Incredible stuff.

French Ligue 1

Winner: Kylian Mbappe

The young French superstar continued his rise to the very top with yet another fantastic season. Mbappe received a surprising amount of criticism this season, but still turned up with huge goals in the Champions League and in the Ligue 1. Unfortunately PSG lost out on both fronts, crashing out of the UCL in the semifinal stage and losing their Ligue 1 crown to Lille. Mbappe still emerged highest goalscorer in the league with 27 goals, and it is the third straight season he'll be winning the Golden boot in France.

So, those are the top scorers and the Golden boot winners from the top five leagues for the 2020/21 season.

Once again, they are Harry Kane, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Kylian Mbappe.