Jenni Hermoso won her fifth Pichichi Award, third in a row, at the end of the year with 31 goals in 26 games. The Barcelona player certified the individual award on the last day with the three goals she scored against Eibar that helped her to prevail in the race to lead the table of top scorers to Esther González, Levante player who finished the course with 29 goals in 34 games.
The Madrid striker thus achieves his fifth Pichichi after those won in 2016, 2017, 2019 and 2020, being a total of four with the Barcelona shirt and one with Atlético de Madrid. Jenni has had an outstanding season at the goalscorer level, since she has scored 13 of the 17 remaining teams that have made up the Primera Iberdrola this year. He only missed his appointment with the goal against Madrid CFF, Valencia, Espanyol and EDF Logroño, not having played against the first two and participating only in one of the two games against the last two.
Mass Rodríguez, a Real Madrid player, achieved her first Zamora Prize by conceding 30 goals in 32 games and signing a coefficient of 0.93. The white archer he has managed to keep a clean sheet 12 times and only in five games has he conceded more than one goal (against Barcelona -2-, Real Sociedad, Sevilla and Levante). The Canary Islands has been the best of the nine applicants who have played the minimum number of games required (28), signing a better coefficient than Paula Ulloa and Noelia Ramos. Next season, by reducing the First to 16 teams, the minimum number of duels played will also be lowered (22).