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Kempes with Valencia, c. 1982–84
Kempes with Valencia, c. 1982–84
Mario Kempes during his period in River Plate, 1981
Mario Kempes during his period in River Plate, 1981
Kempes celebrating one of his 2 goals at the 1978 FIFA World Cup final match v. Netherlands in Buenos Aires
Kempes celebrating one of his 2 goals at the 1978 FIFA World Cup final match v. Netherlands in Buenos Aires
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Lionel Messi has won the award a record eight times, the most of any La Liga player in history
Lionel Messi has won the award a record eight times, the most of any La Liga player in history
Telmo Zarra won the inaugural Pichichi Trophy in 1953 and amassed a total of six. He remains the Spanish player who has won the award the most times.
Telmo Zarra won the inaugural Pichichi Trophy in 1953 and amassed a total of six. He remains the Spanish player who has won the award the most times.
Quini won Pichichi Trophies with two different clubs.
Quini won Pichichi Trophies with two different clubs.
Barcelona's Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is the current winner, having secured his first Pichichi Trophy in the 2022–23 campaign.
Barcelona's Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is the current winner, having secured his first Pichichi Trophy in the 2022–23 campaign.