As we all know, the biggest match in the Laliga competition was played yesterday and Real Madrid emerges victorious over rivals Barcelona and increased their chances of winning the Laliga title this season.
Karim Benzema who has been helping Real Madrid in recent weeks, was once again on target (scored) in the match yesterday and helped Juventus to overtake both Barcelona and Atlectico Madrid in the Laliga competition.
However, i decided to put up this article to display the list of the Laliga 2019/20 potential golden boot winners.
1. As it stands now, Lionel Messi is the favourite to win the prestigious award this season as he currently has 23 goals from 28 games this season.
2. Karim Benzema: 19 goals in 26 matches so far this season.
3. Moreno (Villarreal): 17 goals
4. Luis Suarez (Atlectico Madrid)
5. En-Nesyri: 15 goals in 29 games. See the photos below for full details of how the Laliga goal scorers table now looks like.
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