Boninsegna was named Capocannoniere twice between 1970 and 1972 while playing for Inter Milan.
Van Basten is the first Dutch player to win the Capocannonianere trophy first (1990 and 1992) while playing for AC Milan.
In 2000, Shevchenko was the second non-Italian player to be named Capocannoniere on his debut year in the country. Four years later, Shevchenko won it again with 24 goals in 32 league games (Both with AC Milan).
Toni became the first player since 1959 to score 30 or more goals in one league season (31 goals) while playing for Fiorentina. He was named Capocannoniere 9 years later while playing for Hellas Verona (2014-15).
Ibrahimovic was named Capocannoniere twice, first with Inter Milan in 2009 (25 goals in 35 games) then with Milan in 2012 (28 goals in 32 games).
Di Natale was named Capocannoniere two consecutive times (between 2009 and 2011) while playing for Udinese.
Out of 8 seasons spent with AC Milan, Nordahl was named Capocannoniere five times between 1949 and 1955, a record no other player has come close to.
Inter Milan's legend was the first player to be named Capocannoniere three times between 1929 and 1938.
Boffi finished on top of Serie-A's scoring list three times between 1938 and 1942 while playing for Milan.
Riva is the first (and only) player from Cagliari to be named Capocannoniere when he won it 3 times between 1966 and 1970.
In 1973, Pulici became the first player from Torino FC to be named Capocannoniere since the famous Superga air disaster in 1949. Since then, he won the trophy 3 times (1973, 75 & 76).
Pruzzo is the first Roma player to win the Capocannoniere trophy 3 times (between 1980 and 1986).
Platini is the first non-Italian player to become Capocannoniere on his debut year in Italy. Between 1982 and 1985 Platini was Serie-A top scorer for 3 consecutive times while playing for Juventus.
Signori is the first (and only) player from S.S. Lazio to be named Capocannoniere three times between 1992 and 1996.
The first player to be named Capocannoniere twice in a row (and twice in general) between 1932 and 1934.
Piola was the first Lazio player to finish top of the scoring list twice between 1937 and 1943.
Puricelli was named Capocannoniere twice between 1938 and 1941 while playing for Bologna.
Nielsen is the first Danish player to lead the goal-scoring list of Serie-A twice between 1962 and 1964 while playing for Bologna.