- Jamie Vardy becomes the first LCFC player to win the Premier League Golden Boot
- The 33-year-old striker netted 23 goals in 2019/20, more than any other player in England's top-flight
- Vardy’s final total includes one hat-trick and five braces for the Foxes this term
- City’s No.9 is the 24th different player to win the award in 28 seasons
The Foxes striker beat Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (22), Southampton’s Danny Ings (22) and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling (20) to scoop the prestigious individual award.
Another double, in a 5-0 success over Newcastle United in September, was quickly followed by an incredible run of 11 goals in eight consecutive games between October and December.
That intrepid run – just three games short of his own Premier League record – also included a hat-trick at St. Mary’s Stadium as the Foxes defeated Southampton 9-0 on 25 October, 2019.
Jamie Vardy became the first player in the Club's history to win the Premier League Golden Boot.
His hat-trick on the South Coast was added to by five braces and 10 solitary goals, while Leicester have won on 13 occasions in which Vardy has found the net this season.
All of this means that Vardy, who won the Club’s 2019/20 Player and Players’ Player of the Season award, is the first Fox to be awarded the Premier League Golden Boot.
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