MLS Golden Boot Rankings

Top Scorers

24

GOALS

RANK: 1

LAST WEEK: 1

Bradley Wright-Phillips

New York Red Bulls - Forward

Bradley Wright-Phillips wrapped a bow on this one by, of course, scoring yet again. The Englishman becomes the fifth two-time MLS Scoring Champion.

WATCH: Goal vs. PHI | Bradley Wright-Phillips highlights

23

GOALS

RANK: 2

LAST WEEK: 2

David Villa

New York City FC - Forward

A valiant effort by David Villa, who upped the ante in this second MLS season, proving a true leader while impacting both sides of the ball.

WATCH: Goal vs. CLBDavid Villa highlights

18

GOALS

RANK: 3

LAST WEEK: T-4

Sebastian Giovinco

Toronto FC - Forward

A brace for Sebastian Giovinco, and we'll be left wondering what could have been if he hadn't missed so much time late in the season. An impressive follow-up to a stunning debut for the Atomic Ant.

WATCH: Goal 1 vs. CHI | Goal 2 vs. CHI | Sebastian Giovinco highlights

17

GOALS

RANK: 4

LAST WEEK: 3

Ignacio Piatti

Montreal Impact - Midfielder

A quiet finish for Ignacio Piatti, who has been spectacular for most all of the season. He showed himself to be a game-changing force for Montreal, and any playoff run will likely rest on his production.

WATCH: Ignacio Piatti highlights

16

GOALS

RANK: T-5

LAST WEEK: T-4

Dom Dwyer

Sporting Kansas City - Forward

Dom Dwyer continued to prove himself capable up top for Sporting Kansas City, with another season of double-digit goals, this time punching in more than 15 to show he's adjusted to the adjustments after last season's dip.

WATCH: Dom Dwyer highlights

16

GOALS

RANK: T-5

LAST WEEK: NR

Ola Kamara

Columbus Crew SC - Forward

With a late start, Ola Kamara likely has Crew SC fans salivating at the thought of a full season starting. He won't take the league by storm now that everyone's got a scouting report, but he displayed true poacher instincts.

WATCH: Goal vs. NYC | Ola Kamara highlights

16

GOALS

RANK: T-5

LAST WEEK: T-4

Fanendo Adi

Portland Timbers - Forward

Fanendo Adi and the Timbers … probably wish they had scored a few more this season. A strong second campaign from the Nigerian striker, who again posted 16 goals for Portland, though it unfortunately ends here.

WATCH: Fanendo Adi highlights

Next Five
Giovani dos Santos (14, T-8th); Cyle Larin (14, T-8th); Diego Valeri (14, T-8th); Chris Pontius (12, T-11th); Jordan Morris (12, T-11th); Chris Wondolowski (12, T-11th); Kei Kamara (12, T-11th); Frank Lampard (12, T-11th)

In the case of a tie, the Golden Boot winner will go to the player with the most assists; if still tied, the winner will be the player with most goals per 90 minutes.

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