The Golden Boot is out of the “Big ten” list and lewandowski beats messi
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski was crowned with the golden boot that is awarded to the best scorer in European leagues, beating Lionel Messi, after the curtain fell on the European leagues on Sunday. The Polish international striker scored 41 goals in an exceptional season, which ended by breaking the record for the number of goals in one season in the German League, which was carried by legend Gerd Muller, to get 82 points. Barcelona star, Argentine Messi, who won the award 6 times previously, a record, came in the runner-up with 60 points from 30 goals, followed by Juventus, Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, with 58 points from 29 goals, noting that the latter also crowned the Golden Boot in 4 Previous occasions. Eintracht Frankfurt striker, Portuguese Andre Silva, finished fourth, with 56 points from 28 goals, while Borussia Dortmund striker, Norwegian Erling Haaland, and Paris Saint-Germain striker, French Kylian Mbappe, participated in fifth place with 27 goals each. Inter Milan striker, Belgian Romelu Lukaku, ranked seventh with 48 points from 24 goals, followed by Premier League scorer and Tottenham striker Harry Kane, Villarreal striker, Spaniard Gerrard Moreno, and Real Madrid striker, Frenchman Karim Benzema, with 46 points from 23 goals . Liverpool star, Egyptian Mohamed Salah, did not enter the “Big Ten” list, and was satisfied with the 11th place, with 44 points out of 22 goals. It is reported that the European Golden Shoe points are calculated as follows: For the five major leagues (Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Italy), the number of goals is multiplied by 2. For the leagues ranked from 6 to 22: the number of goals is multiplied by 1.5. For the rest of the leagues: the number of points equals the number of goals.