The Uruguayan striker of Girona Cristhian Stuani reaffirmed himself at the top of the classification of top scorers of LaLiga SmartBank, after adding his twenty-second target of the course, by signing the two goals of the Catalan team (2-2) in his visit to the Deportivo field from La Coruña.
A double that allowed the international Charrúa to increase to six points his advantage over the second classified, the Brazilian attacker of the Ponferradina, Yuri de Souza, who could not score on this day.
Who did manage to score was the Colombian striker of Zaragoza, Luis Suarez, who broke a run of four games without scoring, after signing the goal of victory (1-2) of the Aragonese team against Elche.
A goal that allowed the attacker “coffee” to settle in the third position of the table with a total of fifteen targets.
– Scorers classification (28th round):
– With 22 goals: Cristhian Stuani (URU) (6p) (Girona)
– With 16 goals: Yuri de Souza (BRA) (5p) (Ponferradina)
– With 15 goals: Luis Suárez (2p) (COL) (Zaragoza)
– With 12 goals: Juan Diego Molina “Stoichkov” (7p) (Alcorcón)
– With 11 goals: Alfredo Ortuño (2p) (Oviedo)
– With 10 goals: Darwin Núñez (URU) (4p); Álex Fernández (4p) (Cádiz); Jonathan Viera (2p) (Las Palmas); Armando Sadiku (ALB) (4p) (Málaga); Curro Sánchez (3p) (Numancia).
– With 9 goals: Hugo Fraile (6p) (Fuenlabrada).
– With 8 goals: José Carlos Lazo (Almería); Fidel Chaves (5p) (Elche); Cristian Herrera (1p) (Lugo); Martín Merquelanz (1p) and Marcos André (BRA) (1p) (Mirandés); Higinio Marín (Numancia); Karim Yoda (FRA) (Racing)
– With 7 goals: Juan Muñoz (1p) (Almeria); Yacine Qasmi (FRA) (1p) (Elche); Mikel Rico (Huesca); Álvaro Cejudo (Racing)
– With 6 goals: Juan Francisco Martínez “Nino” (Elche); Adrián González (4p) (Málaga); Alberto Escassi (Numancia); Yoel Bárcenas (PAN) (Oviedo); Adrián Embarba (2p) and Leo Ulloa (ARG) (2p) (Rayo Vallecano)
– With 5 goals: Richard Boateng (GHA) (Alcorcón); Sekou Gassama (SEN) (1p) (Almería); Anthony “Choco” Lozano (HON) and Alberto Perea (Cádiz); Pere Milla (Elche); David González “Nono” (2p) (Extremadura); Shinji Okazaki (JPN) (Huesca); Tomas Pekhart (CZE) (1p), Juanjo Narváez (COL) and Rubén Castro (1p) (Las Palmas); Manuel Barreiro (2p) (Lugo); Aitor García and Uros Djurdjevic (SRB) (Sporting); Suso Santana (3p) and Dani Gómez (Tenerife); Javi Ros (3p) (Zaragoza)