ISL Golden Boot 2023-2024 race, top scorers players goals and past winners list

ISL Golden Boot 2023-2024 race, top scorers players goals and past winners list

Have a look at the ISL Golden Boot 2023-2024 standings, top goal scorers list, past winners of the award and more  

The Indian Super League Golden Boot is an association football accolade given to the league’s top scorers each year.

Historically, the Indian Super League s2eason’s top goal scorer has been awarded the ISL Golden Boot. Only one player, Ferran Corominas of FC Goa, has won the award twice in the ISL history, so far. So, who is the top scorer of this season?

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ISL Golden Boot 2023-2024 race standings, top scorers players goals and past winners list

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ISL Golden Boot 2023-24 top goal scorers

  • Dimitrios Diamantakos (Kerala Blasters) (13 goals in 17)
  • Roy Krishna (Odisha FC) (12 goals in 21 matches)
  • Diego Mauricio (Odisha FC) (10 goals in 20 matches)
  • Dimitri Petratos (Mohun Bagan) (10 goals in 18 matches)
  • Jason Cummings (Mohun Bagan) (9 goals in 18 matches)
  • Noah Sadoui (FC Goa) (9 goals in 18 matches)
  • Jorge Pereyra Diaz (Mumbai City FC) (8 goals in 14)
  • Cleiton Silva (East Bengal) (8 goals in 20)
  • Armando Sadiku (Mohun Bagan) (7 goals in 19 matches)
  • Vikram Pratap Singh (DC) (7 goals in 20 matches)

ISL Golden Boot 2023-24 top goal scorers by teams

Mohun Bagan

  • Dimitrios Petratos (10 goals in 18 matches)
  • Jasmon Cummings (9 goals in 18 matches)
  • Armando Sadiku (7 goals in 19 matches)
  • Liston Colaco (3 goals in 15 matches)
  • Deepak Tangri (2 goals in 14 matches)

Kerela Blasters

  • Dimitrios Diamantakos (13 goals in 17 matches)
  • Adrian Luna (3 goals in 9 matches)
  • Fedor Cernych (2 goals in 8 matches)
  • Daisuke Sakai (2 goals in 19 matches)
  • Danish Farooq (2 goals in 18 matches)

East Bengal

  • Cleiton Silva (8 goals in 20 matches)
  • Nandhakumar Sekar (5 goals in 19 matches)
  • Saul Crespo (4 goals in 13 matches)
  • Naorem Mahesh Singh (4 goals in 20 matches)
  • Felicio Brown (1 goal in 10 matches)
  • Ajay Chhetri (1 goal in 9 matches)

Mumbai City FC

  • Jorge Pereyra Diaz (8 goals in 14 matches)
  • Vikram Pratap Singh  (7 goals in 20 matches)
  • Lallinzuala Chhangte (6 goals in 21 matches)
  • Bipin Singh Thounajam (3 goals in 18 matches)
  • Gurkirat Singh (1 goal in 9 matches)

Odisha FC

  • Roy Krishna (12 goals in 21 matches)
  • Diego Mauricio (10 goals in 20 matches)
  • Mourtada Fall (3 goals in 16 matches)
  • Isak Ralte (3 goals in 21 matches)
  • Jerry Mawihmingthanga (2 goals in 13 matches)

Chennaiyin FC

  • Jordan Murray (5 goals in 19 matches)
  • Rafael Crivellaro (4 goals in 21 matches)
  • Rahim Ali  (2 goals in 15 matches)
  • Ninthoinganba Meetei (2 goals in 17 matches)
  • Aakash Sangwan (2 goals in 14 matches)

FC Goa

  • Noah Sadoui (10 goals in 19 matches)
  • Carlos Martinez (8 goals in 20 matches)
  • Rowllin Borges (3 goals in 16 matches)
  • Mohammad Yasir (3 goals in 20 matches)
  • Borja Herrera (2 goals in 19 matches)

Jamshedpur FC

  • Daniel Chima Chukwu (6 goals in 20 matches)
  • Rei Tachikawa (5 goals in 22 matches)
  • Jeremy Manzorro (5 goals in 20 matches)
  • Javier Siverio (3 goals in 18 matches)
  • Len Doungel (2 goals in 19 matches)

NorthEast United

  • Tomi Juric (5 goals in 5 matches)
  • Parthib Gogoi (4 goals in 16 matches)
  • MS Jithin (4 goals in 19 matches)
  • Nestor Albiach (4 goals in 19 matches)
  • Phalguni Singh (2 goals in 19 matches)

Hyderabad FC

  • Sajad Hussain  (1 goal in 10 matches)
  • Ramhlunchhunga (1 goal in 15 matches)
  • Makan Chothe (1 goal in 15 matches)
  • Joao Victor (1 goal in 18 matches)

Bengaluru FC

  • Javier Hernandez (5 goals in 21 matches)
  • Sunil Chhetri (5 goals in 19 matches)
  • Ryan Williams (3 goals in 16 matches)
  • Sivasakthi Narayanan (2 goals in 17 matches)
  • Shivaldo Singh (1 goal in 11 matches)

Punjab FC

  • Luka Majcen (7 goals in 21 matches)
  • Wilmar Jordan Gil (6 goals in 14 matches)
  • Madih Talal (5 goals in 21 matches)
  • Juan Mera (2 goals in 17 matches)
  • Krishnanandha Singh (1 goal in 11 matches)

ISL Golden Boot past winners

  • Elano Blumer (8 goals in 11 matches in 2014)
  • Stiven Mendoza (13 goals in 16 matches in 2015)
  • Marcelinho (10 goals in 2016)
  • Ferran Corominas (18 goals in 20 matches in 2017-18)
  • Ferran Corominas (16 goals in 20 matches in 2018-19)
  • Nerijus Valskis (15 goals in 18 games in 2019-2020)
  • Igor Angulo (14 goals in 21 matches in 2020-2021)
  • Bartholomew Ogbeche (18 goals in 20 matches in 2021-2022)
  • Diego Mauricio (12 goals in 21 matches in 2022-2023)

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