Check Out the Golden Boot Winners in All of Europe’s Top 6 Leagues After the End of the Season

The 2021/22 season has finally ended in Europe’s top leagues with Manchester United winning the English Premier League, AC Milan winning the Italian Serie A, Bayern Munich winning the German Bundesliga, Real Madrid winning the Spanish La Liga, and Paris Saint-Germain winning the French Ligue 1.


As the season has drawn to a close, we would be taking a look back at the impressive players who won the Golden Boot in each of those leagues.


English Premier League Golden Boot Winners

In the English Premier League, the Golden Boot award was shared by Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min. Both stars scored 23 goals in the English Premier League in the 2021/22 season.


Spanish La Liga Golden Boot Winner

Real Madrid star, Karim Benzema won the Pichichi, which is the Golden Boot in the Spain La Liga, after an impressive season that saw him score 27 league goals and also win the league. It was the Frenchman’s first Pichichi award since he joined Real Madrid.


Italian Serie A Golden Boot Winner

  Lazio forward, Ciro Immobile won the Golden Boot award in the Italian Serie A after another impressive season that saw him score 27 league goals. He finished the season three goals ahead of his closest competitor, Dusan Vlahovic of Juventus.


German Bundesliga Golden Boot Winner

Bayern Munich star, Robert Lewandowski won the Golden Boot award again after another splendid Bundesliga season saw him score 35 league goals and also win the league title with Bayern Munich.


French Ligue 1 Golden Boot Winner

Paris Saint-Germain star, Kylian Mbappe won the Golden Boot award with a tally of 29 goals. Paris Saint-Germain secured the Frenchman’s future by tying him to a three-year deal a couple of days ago and he is expected to lead the French capital side to even more success next season.


Primeira Liga Golden Boot Winner

 Benfica’s hot prospect, Darwin Nuñez clinched the Golden Boot in the Portuguese league after he scored 26 goals and finished six goals ahead of his closest competitor, Mehdi Taremi of Porto.


Nuñez is widely expected to move to one of Europe’s top clubs in the next transfer window as his form last season has made it even more difficult for Benfica to keep him.