Top scorers of LaLiga Santander after Round 25

The Argentinian Leo Messifront of Barcelona, ended his ‘drought’ in a big way, with a poker that liquidated the Eibar, which allows him to shoot at the head of the classification of scorers of LaLiga Santander. The Barça attacker already has eighteen goals, five more than the French Karim Benzema, who accumulated his second league day without scoring and the third consecutive game without doing so.

Luis Suarez, despite being injured for a long time, continues in third place with eleven goals, now matched with Gerard Morenofront of Villarreal, which did not score in the Wanda Metropolitano before the Atlético de Madrid.

Lucas Pérez (Alavés) scored his tenth goal of the season and reached Angel Rodriguez (Getafe) and Roger Martí (I raised); while Iago Aspas (Celtic) and the Argentine Lucas Ocampos (Sevilla) were placed in the group of players with eight goals.

The Venezuelan Darwin Machís He achieved his first double in the Spanish First Division and built the victory of Granada in the Osasuna field (0-3).

Classification of top scorers of LaLiga Santander after Round 25

- With 18 goals: Lionel Messi (ARG) (2p) (Barcelona).

- With 13 goals: Karim Benzema (FRA) (2p) (Real Madrid).

- With 11 goals: Luis Suárez (URU) (1p) (Barcelona); Gerard Moreno (Villarreal).

- With 10 goals: Lucas Pérez (5p) (Alavés); Ángel Rodríguez (1p) (Getafe); Roger Martí (4p) (Levante).

- With 9 goals: Joselu (Alavés); 'Chimy' Ávila (ARG) (Osasuna); Maxi Gómez (URU) (Valencia).

- With 8 goals: Antoine Griezmann (FRA) (Barcelona); Loren Morón (Betis); Iago Aspas (2p) (Celtic); Jaime Mata (2p) (Getafe); Willian José (BRA) (Real Sociedad); Lucas Ocampos (1p) (ARG) (Seville); Santi Cazorla (6p) (Villarreal).

- With 7 goals: Raúl García (4p) (Athletic); Álvaro Morata (Atlético Madrid); Fekir (FRA) (1p) and Joaquin (1p) (Betis); Before Budimir (CRO) (Mallorca); Mikel Oyarzábal (3p), Portu and Isak (SWE) (Real Sociedad).

- With 6 goals: Arturo Vidal (CHI) (Barcelona); Fabián Orellana (CHI) (2p) (Eibar); Darwin Machís (VEN) (Granada); Martin Braithwaite (DIN) (Leganés); Rubén García (1p) (Osasuna); Dani Parejo (4p) (Valencia); Sergi Guardiola (Valladolid); Ekambi (CMR) (Villarreal).

- With 5 goals: Iñaki Williams (1p) (Athletic Club); Ángel Correa (ARG) (Atlético de Madrid); Jorge Molina (2p) (Getafe); Antonio Puertas and Carlos Fernández (Granada); Óscar Rodríguez (Leganés); Borja Mayoral (Levante); Sergio Ramos (2p) (Real Madrid); In Nesyri (MAR) (Seville / Leganés).

- With 4 goals: Iker Muniain (Athletic Club); Ansu Fati (Barcelona); Raúl de Tomás (Espanyol); Rubén Rochina (Levante); Junior Lake (CIV) (3p) (Mallorca); Roberto Torres (3p) (Osasuna); Odegaard (NOR) (Real Sociedad); Luuk de Jong (HOL) (Seville); Kevin Gameiro (FRA) (Valencia); Enes Unal (1p) (TUR) (Valladolid); Moi Gómez (Villarreal).

- With 3 goals: Joao Félix (POR) (Atlético de Madrid); Arthur (BRA) (Barcelona); Emerson (BRA) and Sergio Canales (1p) (Betis); Santi Mina (Celtic); Kike García (Eibar); Wu Lei (CHN) (Espanyol); Vadillo (1p) (Granada); Salva Sevilla (2p) and Dani Rodríguez (1p) (Mallorca); Casemiro (BRA), Luka Modric and Toni Kroos (ALE), (Real Madrid); Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad); Nolito and Franco Vázquez (ARG) (Seville); Ferrán Torres (Valencia); Óscar Plano (Valladolid); Samuel Chukwueze (NIG) (Villarreal).


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