Sunday, 7 June 2009

Valdes wins his second Zamora trophy

Barcelona goalkeeper Víctor Valdés (27) has won for the second time the Zamora trophy, the award for the Liga goalkeeper who has the lowest "goals-to-games" ratio.

With an average of 0,89 goals per game, Valdés wins the trophy for the second time, four years after his first win in the 2004-2005 season with an average of 0,71.

Despite a record number of 30 goals, Barcelona forward Samuel Eto'o (28) didn't win the Pichichi trophy for the top goalscorer of the Spanish league. Like in the 2004-2005 season, Eto'o finishes second behind Diego Forlán. Eto'o won the trophy three years ago having then scored 26 times. With 23 goals, Barcelona attacker Lionel Messi (21) finishes fourth in the final ranking.

32 Forlán (Atlético Madrid)
30 Eto'o (Barcelona)
28 Villa (Valencia)
23 Messi (Barcelona)
22 Higuaín (Real Madrid)

0,89 Víctor Valdés (Barcelona)
1,00 Palop (Sevilla)
1,22 Aranzubía (Deportivo)
1,24 Toño (Racing Santander)
1,27 Kameni (Espanyol)


sashi said...

way to go VV.... you are the best!

el fuego said...

haha what happened whit iker cassilas... vv is the best...

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