Salah Follows very strong in the fight by the Boot of Gold


Salah Goes back to mark and surpasses to Messi in the Boot of Gold

Published:14/04/2018 - 23:15h

Updated:14/04/2018 - 23:15h

Mohamed Salah has broken the tie that there was in the leadership of the Boot of Gold marking a goal in front of the Bournemouth that allowed him surpass to Leo Messi in the fight by the award. The Argentinian did not attain to mark in front of Valencia

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The ambition of Leo Messi does that his gestas to achieve the greater possible number of titles with the FC Barcelona, to collective level, translate irremediablemente in individual prizes. One to which aspires is the Boot of Gold 2018, that rewards the maximum goleador European. However, the Argentinian remained without marking in front of Valencia and Mohamed Salah himself did it in front of in front of the Bournemouth, something that has vulto to put to the Egyptian in the head of the classification.

The forward of the Liverpool already carries 30 goals in the present season, one more than Messi, that carries 29. Both are by in front of players like Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain) and Ciro Immobile (Lazio). All they are in the persecution of Salah and of Messi to compete by the award.

The fight for obtaining the Boot of Gold was more equalised that never before of the present day. However, the so much of the Egyptian extreme broke the tie with the Barcelona star, although they still remain players that have to play his respective parties.

Luis Suárez, something far

The goals that has marked Luis Suárez in the last days of LaLiga Santander allow him find between the first positions of the Boot of Gold, being the forward that more positions has gone up in the last weeks. The Uruguayan, that went back to mark against Valencia, is to seven goals of Salah, something far to be able to compete with the first to fault of six parties.

In these moments, the '9' of the Barça is sixth with 23 goals and 46 points, with six targets less than Leo Messi and some less than other European artillerymen. Players like Robert Lewandowski, Ciro Immobile, Edinson Cavani, Harry Kane or Mauro Icardi follow the trail of the Argentinian and of the Egyptian.

The 'covered' is Jonas, of the Benfica. Until the moment has annotated 33 goals, but the difference of punctuation of the Portuguese League keeps him just behind Salah and of the rest of goleadores. Cristiano Ronaldo is supported by the same figures that Luis Suárez.


  • 1. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 30 goals, 60 points
  • 1. Leo Messi (FC Barcelona): 29 goals, 58 points
  • 2. Ciro Immobile (SS Lazio): 27 goals, 54 points
  • 3. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern of Munich): 26 goals, 52 points
  • 4. Jonas Gonçalves (Benfica): 33 goals, 49,5 points
  • 5. Edinson Cavani (PSG): 24 goals, 48 points
  • 5. Harry Kane (Tottenham): 24 goals, 48 points
  • 5. Mauro Icardi (Inter of Milan): 24 goals, 48 points
  • 6. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid): 23 goals, 46 points
  • 6. Luis Suárez (FC Barcelona): 23 goals, 46 points
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