ISL 2019: FC Goa's Coro wins golden boot - Top five scorers

FC Goa's Ferran Corominas won the golden boot for the second ISL season in a row.

Ferran Corominas scored 16 goals this season to win the golden boot for the second season in a row.   -  Ritu Raj Konwar

Ferran Corominas (FC Goa) - 16

In a team that thrives on attacking football, Corominas (or Coro) fits in perfectly. For the second season in a row he was FC Goa's talisman up front, but was unable to deliver in the final as his team went down 1-0 to Bengaluru FC.

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He scored 18 goals last season, breaking the record for most goals scored in an ISL season. He also tops the all-time ISL scoring charts with 34 goals.

Modou Sougou (Mumbai City FC) - 12

In Mumbai City FC's 6-1 win against Kerala Blasters, the Senagalese attacking midfielder became the first player in the history of ISL to score four goals in a match. He also scored a hat-trick against ATK to send Mumbai into the playoffs. He has thrived under Jorge Costa, who he also played under at Romanian side CFR Cluj. 

Bartholomew Ogbeche (NorthEast United FC) - 12

Sharing the second spot with Modou Sougou is Nigerian striker Ogbeche, who played a vital role in NorthEast United's road to the semifinals. He was the main attacking threat up front for the Highlanders. He scored a hat-trick in his team's 4-2 win against Chennaiyin FC. He also scored an injury time penalty against Kerala Blasters to bring the score level at 1-1 in a match NorthEast went on to win 2-1.

Sunil Chhetri (Bengaluru FC) - 9

Nine goals for the season seem suspiciously less from Bengaluru FC's captain. Under Carles Cuadrat, Bengaluru FC hasn't looked the same free-flowing side it was last year under Albert Roca and it has also affected the side's scoring. An injured Miku's absence could have also played a part. Chhetri finished with 14 goals in the 2017-18 season, below Miku who scored 15.

Edu Bedia (FC Goa) - 7

Another FC Goa player on the list betrays the side's quality in attack this season. Edu Bedia has not only contributed with goals but helped run the show in midfield with Ahmed Jahoud. He's second on the list for for most passes this season behind Jahoud.