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List of all the Pichichi Award Winners

La Liga has seen a lot of top scorers, let’s take a look at the winners of the Golden Boot or the Pichichi Award.

The La Liga golden team also knows that Pichichi will be named the league’s top scorer after each year. The award is given by the sports newspaper Marca. Since the 1951-52 season, the award has been regular, given to Athletic Bilbao striker Rafael ‘Pichichi’ Morena. Many top footballers have played in La Liga and their records cannot be equated, so let’s take a look at the annual Golden Boot winners.

Lionel Messi is the player with the most Pichichi awards, as this award has been popular since the 1952-53 season and he has won it eight times. READ: List of La Liga winners

List of La Liga Golden Boot winners

  1. Telmo Zarra: He played for Athletic Bilbao and scored 24 goals in 29 games
  2. Alfredo Di Stefano: He played for Real Madrid and scored 27 goals in 28 games
  3. Juan Arza: Played in Sevilla, scoring 28 goals in 29 games
  4. Alfredo Di Stefano: He played for Real Madrid and scored 24 goals in 30 games
  5. Di Stefano: He played for Real Madrid and scored 31 goals in 30 games
  6. In the 1957/58 season, where there were 3 winners, Manuel Badenes (Valladolid), Ricardo Alos (Valencia) and Di Stefano (Real Madrid) all scored 19 goals in 29 games, with the exception of Di Stefano, who played 30 games.
  7. Alfredo Di Stefano: The Real Madrid player has scored 23 goals in 28 games.
  8. Ferenc Puskas: Also a Real Madrid player who has scored 26 goals in 24 games
  9. Ferenc Puskas: His second golden win over Real Madrid, 27 goals in 28 games
  10. Juan Seminario: Played in Zaragoza, scoring 25 goals in 30 games
  11. Ferenc Puskas: His third win in four years, scoring 26 goals in 30 games
  12. Ferenc Puskas: 4th gold medal with Real Madrid, 20 goals in 25 games
  13. Cayetano Re: Barcelona player scores 25 goals in 30 games to win Golden Boot
  14. Vava II: Played for Elche, scoring 19 goals in 30 games
  15. Valdo: He played for Valencia and scored 24 goals in 30 games
  16. Fidel Uriarte: He played for Athletic Bilbao and scored 22 goals in 24 games.
  17. In 1968-69, the award was shared by two players, Amancio and Jose Evlogio Garate. Both scored 14 goals in 29 and 30 games respectively.
  18. Next year we saw three players split the price, Amancio (16 in 29 games), Jose Gareth (16 in 30 games) and Luis Aragonés (16 in 30 games).
  19. The following year, 1970-71 saw 2 more winners, Jose Garat and Carles Rex, the famous Barcelona. Both players have scored 17 goals in 28 games.
  20. Enrique Porta: Played in Granada, scoring 20 goals in 31 games
  21. Marianin: Played in Oviedo, scoring 19 goals in 32 games
  22. Quinn: He has played in Sporting Gijon, scoring 20 goals in 34 games
  23. Carlos: Has played at the Bilbao Stadium, scoring 19 goals in 32 games
  24. Quinn: 18 goals in 34 games
  25. Mario Kempes (1976-78): 24 and 28 goals in 34 games respectively
  26. Hans Crankle: 29 goals in 30 games
  27. Quinn (1979-82)
  28. Poly Rincon (1982-83)
  29. Jorge da Silva and Juanito (1983-84)
  30. Hugo Sanchez (1984-88)
  31. Baltazar (1988-89)
  32. Hugo Sanchez (1989-90)
  33. Emilio Butragueno (1990-91)
  34. Manolo (1991-92)
  35. Bebeto (1992-93)
  36. Romario (1993-94)
  37. Ivan Zamorano (1994-95)
  38. Juan Antonio Pizzi (1995-96)
  39. Ronaldo (1996-97)
  40. Christian Vieri (1997-98)
  41. Raoul (1998-99)
  42. Salva (1999-2000)
  43. Raul (2000-01)
  44. Diego Tristan (2001-02)
  45. Roy Macay (2002-03)
  46. Ronaldo (2003-04)
  47. Diego Forlan (2004-05)
  48. Samuel Eto’o (2005-06)
  49. Ruud van Nistelrooy (2006-07)
  50. Daniel Guiza (2007-08)
  51. Diego Forlan (2008-09)
  52. Lionel Messi (2009-10)
  53. Cristiano Ronaldo (2010-11)
  54. Lionel Messi (2011-12)
  55. Lionel Messi (2012-13)
  56. Cristiano Ronaldo (2013-14)
  57. Cristiano Ronaldo (2014-15)
  58. Luis Suarez (2015-16)
  59. Lionel Messi (2016-17)
  60. Lionel Messi (2017-18)
  61. Lionel Messi (2018-19)
  62. Lionel Messi (2019-20)
  63. Lionel Messi (2020-21)

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