Lionel Messi formally got the Alfredo Di Stéfano Trophy and the Pichichi Trophy at Diario MARCA’s honors functions today, which celebrated the 2018-19 La Liga season. It denotes his seventh Di Stéfano Trophy and 6th Pichichi Trophy wins. It’s the third time in succession he wins the two honors.
The Di Stéfano Trophy is given to the group’s best player every year, and Messi is by a long shot the player who has gotten it the most occasions. Cristiano Ronaldo has four successes.
In the mean time, the Pichichi trophy is given to the group’s top scorer. Messi has the most successes, tied with Telmo Zarra, who played predominantly for Athletic Bilbao during the 40s and 50s.
The Argentine assailant winning the Di Stéfano Trophy is not really amazing, given that he had just won the Ballon d’Or and FIFA’s The Best grant this year, both given to the world’s best player.
What’s more, the Pichichi Trophy win was simply a custom having effectively bested the positioning on the way to winning the European Golden Shoe last season.
Messi was absent at the function yet talked on video tolerating the honor.
“I will attempt to continue winning things, to continue developing. It’s a trophy that fills me with satisfaction, to get the opportunity to be the top scorer of this group, what it implies. I’m glad to win it once more,” he said.