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ISL 2022-2023 Golden Boot: Race for Golden Boot

ISL 2023 Golden Boot:  ISL 2022 -23 Top Scorers: In the Indian Super League (ISL) 2022–23, the battle for the Golden Boot is intensifying. The Golden Boot is given to the league’s top goal scorer, and in the ISL 2022–23, some of the best foreign players and young Indian strikers are vying for the prestigious prize. Jorge Diaz of Mumbai City FC and Cleiton Silva of East Bengal have both scored eight goals in 13 games, tying them for the ISL Golden Boot lead.  

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Rank

Player (Country)

Team

Matches

Goals

1

Jorge Diaz (Argentina)

Mumbai City FC

14

9

2

Cleiton Silva (Brazil)

East Bengal FC

13

8

3

Petar Sliskovic (Croatia)

Chennaiyin FC

13

8

4

Lallianzuala Chhangte (India)

Mumbai City FC

15

8

5

Diego Mauricio (Brazil)

Odisha FC

14

8

6

Abdenasser El Khayati (Netherlands)

Chennaiyin FC

14

7

7

Bartholomew Ogbeche (Nigeria)

Hyderabad FC

14

7

8

Iker Guarrotxena (Spain)

Goa FC

14

6

9

Bipin Singh (India)

Mumbai City FC

15

6

10

Dimitros Diamantakos(Greece)

Kerala Blasters FC

13

6

11

Wilmar Gill (Colombia)

North East United FC

9

5

12

Dimitri Petratos (Australia)

ATK Mohun Bagan

12

5

13

Greg Stewart (Sctoland)

Mumbai City FC

15

5

14

Nandhakumar Sekar

Odisha FC

12

5

 

Jorge Diaz of Mumbai City FC and Cleiton Silva of East Bengal are the top contenders for the ISL Golden Boot award for the 2022–23 season. While Cleiton Silva made his debut in 2020 and scored 16 goals in 37 games for Bengaluru FC before moving to East Bengal, Jorge Diaz made his debut in the previous season. Lallianzuala Chhangte of Mumbai City FC, Diego Mauricio of Odisha FC, and Abdenasser El Khayati and Petar Sliskovic of Chennaiyin have all also scored seven goals each.

With 18 goals, Bartholomew Ogbeche tied for the most goals ever scored by a player in a single season and earned the ISL 2021–22 Golden Boot. With 58 goals scored, Bartholomew Ogbeche, a member of the ISL from 2018–19, also holds the record for the most ISL goals ever. Sunil Chhetri, the captain of Bengaluru FC and an Indian talisman with 52 goals, is Ogbeche’s closest rival.

Ivan Kalyuzhnyi, a Ukrainian midfielder, opened the ISL 2022–23 season with a brace as Kerala Blaster defeated East Bengal 3–1. This marked the beginning of the ISL 2022–23 Golden Boot campaign. In all, 110 games are planned for the ISL 2022–2023 season. Even though the season is almost halfway over, the battle for the Golden Boot grows more interesting with each passing gameday.

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