They Won't Remove the Golden Boot

One of the aspects that has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic is that of individual award ceremonies in European football. Two major events of this type, such as FIFA's ‘The Best’ or the ceremony in which UEFA awards the most valuable players of the season. A ceremony, however, seems to continue despite everything.

This is the Golden Boot, organized by the European Sports Media. The award, given to the top scorer in the European leagues, will be carried out smoothly, despite the difficulties. One of the aspects that has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic is that of individual award ceremonies in European football. Two major events of this type, such as FIFA's ‘The Best’ or the ceremony in which UEFA awards the most valuable players of the season. A ceremony, however, seems to continue despite everything.
They Won't Remove the Golden Boot
This is the Golden Boot, organized by the European Sports Media. The award, given to the top scorer in the European leagues, will be carried out smoothly, despite the difficulties.
The ESM has been the scene of debates around whether or not it was possible to carry out the award. The difficulty of deciding is partly due to the fact that several leagues, such as the French one, suspended and did not resume activities.
As usual in the organization of this award, the playoffs are not taken into account, but only the regular seasons. This is still harmful for players like Mbappe, who was left with 36 points and 11 days to play.
Still, those who score the list have a wide advantage: Lewandowski, from Bayern, with 60 points and Immobile from Lazio, with 54. Immobile has good opportunities to go on to lead when Italian football resumes, this coming June 19.
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