Argentine popular footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club Barcelona Lionel Messi has won Spain’s player of the month award for January 2016.
The award has been given out since the beginning of the 2013-14 Primera Division season, but the five-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner had not won it until now. Barcelona’s talisman finally won the award at the 23rd time of asking after scoring six goals in as many league games in January.
The voters chose that his six objectives a month ago – including a cap trap against Granada alongside objectives against Athletic Bilbao, Málaga and Atlético de Madrid – were deserving of acknowledgment, albeit entirely why none of his different accomplishments have justified the same recompense since it was concocted in September 2013 is a secret.
Supporting its choice, La Liga clarified on its official site how Messi ‘further exhibited his quality’ through ‘his awesome structure in the primary month of the year’. They included that ‘this honor, which is recompensed by the opposition’s fundamental support, and voted in favor of by journalists, perceives Messi’s extraordinary presentations and his goalscoring ability, which make him a standout amongst the most dreaded strikers in the division’.
The 28-year-old struck a cap trap against Granada and in addition scoring in triumphs over Athletic Bilbao, Malaga and Atletico Madrid to take his aggregate of alliance objectives for the season to 12.
Messi is just the second Barcelona player to win the grant taking after Neymar’s achievement in November. Messi scored six times that month, nine times in March 2014 (counting sequential cap traps), five in October 2014, nine the next month, seven in February 2015 and four times last December.
Without a doubt, scheme scholars – and there are a lot of those around Spanish football – may suspect that Messi’s non-acknowledgment was because of the club he plays football match.