October 23, 2020

The ‘Chino’ Araujo joins the fight for the top scorer for his double against Almería


The Argentine forward of the UD Las Palmas Sergio Araujo joined the fight for the first place in the ranking of the top scorers of LaLiga SmartBank, after rising to second position with a total of three goals, with the double that “Chino” signed against Almería.


“Now everything is going well for me and I hope to continue scoring,” said Araujo after the match, who placed only one goal behind the leader of the classification, the Serbian striker of Sporting de Gijón, Uros Djurdjevic, who despite not scoring for a second consecutive day, will continue to lead the standings with a total of four goals.

Who did score was the Rayo Vallecano midfielder Isi Palazón, who equaled Araujo, Raúl de Tomás (Espanyol) and Sabin Merino (Leganés) in second place, after adding his third goal of the season, signing with an extraordinary volley winning goal (1-0) for the Madrid team over Espanyol.

– Classification after the dispute of the 6th day

. With 4 goals: Uros Djurdjevic (SRB) (Sporting)

. With 3 goals: Raúl de Tomás (1p) (Espanyol); Sergio Araujo (ARG) (Las Palmas); Sabin Merino (Leganés); Isaac Palazón “Isi” (1p) (Rayo Vallecano)

. With 2 goals: Elady Zorrila and Rubén Castro (Cartagena); Randy Nteka (FRA) (Fuenlabrada); Álvaro Lemos (Las Palmas); Andrés Rodríguez “Andy” (1p) (Logroñés); Dani Rodríguez (1p) (Mallorca); Pablo Valcarce (Ponferradina); Alex Bermejo (Tenerife)

. With 1 goal: Pape Diamanka (SEN), Álvaro Arroyo, Álvaro Peña and Roman Zozulya (UKR) (1p) (Albacete); Iván Martínez “Barbero” and Hugo Fraile (Alcorcón); Sergio Akieme and Ager Aketxe (Almería); Alex Gallar and José Ángel Jurado (Cartagena); Juan Tomas “Juanto” Ortuño, David Cubillas, Rubén Díez, Igor Zlatanovic (SRB) and Adrián Lapeña (Castellón); Óscar Melendo, Wu Lei (CHN), Adrián Embarba (1p) and Nicolás Melamed (Espanyol); Tahiru Awudu (GHA), Ibán Salvador (1p), Aboubakary Kante (FRA), Pathé Ciss (SEN), Adrián Diéguez, Cristóbal Márquez and Francisco Feuillassier (ARG) (Fuenlabrada); Mamadou Sylla (SEN) and Ramón Rodríguez “Monchu” (Girona); Francisco Crespo “Pejiño”, Claudio Mendes “Clau”, Eduardo Espiau and Roberto González “Rober” (Las Palmas); Juan Muñoz, Roberto Rosales (VEN) and Borja González (1p) (Leganés); David González (Logroñés); José Luis “Puma” Rodríguez (PAN), Manuel Barreiro (1p), José Ángel Carrillo and Iriome González (Lugo); Ramón Enríquez, Cristian Rodríguez, Pablo Chavarría (ARG) and Caye Quintana (Málaga); Martin Valjent (SVK) and Salva Sevilla (1p) (Mallorca); Iván Martín, Erik Jirka (SVK), Pablo Martínez and Víctor Gómez (Mirandés); Marco Sangalli, Alejandro Arribas and Sergio Tejera (1p) (Oviedo); Carlos Donzel, Yuri de Souza (BRA), Óscar Sielva, Paris Adot and Alexandru Pascanu (Ponferradina); Santiago Comesaña and Alejandro Catena, José Ángel Pozo and Antoñín (Rayo Vallecano); Juan Hernández (Sabadell); José Gragera and Pedro Díaz (Sporting); Suso Santana, Jacobo González and Gio Zarfino (URU) (Tenerife); Javi Ros, Juanjo Narváez (COL) and Adrián González (Zaragoza).

. Own goals: Claudio Mendes “Clau” (Las Palmas, against Zaragoza); Nikola Sipic (SRB) (Tenerife, against Mirandés); Juande Rivas (Málaga, against Rayo Vallecano); Ignasi Miquel (Leganés, against Castellón).

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