Angulo scored 14 goals in 21 matches and pipped ATK Mohun Bagan's Roy Krishna for the award. Both of them scored the same number of goals. However, the former averaged a goal per 117.5 minutes while the latter needed 147.3 minutes for the same.
According to the ISL rules, when two players find the net the same number of times, the one who averages fewer minutes to score a goal, wins the Golden Boot award.
Krishna, however, won the Golden Ball award for being the most consistent player throughout the ISL season. The Fijian scored 14 goals and bagged 8 assists in 23 matches for ATK Mohun Bagan. He also received a cash prize of ₹5,00,000 for his efforts.
Lalengmawia, Arindam Bhattacharya, Alberto Noguera take home ISL awards
NorthEast United FC's Lalengmawia, fondly known as Apuia, won the Emerging Player of the Season award and a cash prize of ₹4,00,000. The defensive midfielder made 93 tackles, 46 interceptions, and 1024 touches in 22 matches for his side.
ATK Mohun Bagan's Arindam Bhattacharya won the Golden Glove award for his heroic saves under the bar. Arindam kept 10 clean sheets and pipped Mumbai City FC's Amrinder Singh to take home the prize. He was also awarded a cash prize of ₹2,50,000.
FC Goa's Alberto Noguera bagged the Winning Pass of the Season award for making the most number of assists. The Spaniard made 8 assists in 20 matches for the Gaurs. Noguera got richer by ₹1,00,000 for his efforts.