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Los Angeles, CA | Nov 4 | Kelly Landaverde – @Kel_landaverde
MLS announced today that the Mexican forward had won the prestigious award during a ceremony at the banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles. He set a number of new MLS breaking records. While leading the LAFC to securing the supporters shield’, stay at the top of the seed in the playoffs, and other team honors the 2019 Golden Boot. He scored 34 goals in 31 games. He became the first MLS Mexican player to obtain it, and to have the highest career goals in total by any Mexican player in Major League Soccer History.
His post season marvelous work includes two goals and an assist in the conference semifinals for a historic defeat of the LA Galaxy. The League set him as the best with 36 total goals this year combined with the regular and post season. He won the honors award with a landslide earning nearly 70 percent of the total vote. He left Zlatan Ibrahimovic without an opportunity to win it. The Landon Donovan MLS MVP award has been presented since 1996 to the individual determined by a poll of players, club technical staff and the media to be the most valuable to his club.