Spanish La Liga top scorers. Showing assists, time on pitch and the shots on and off target.
Below you find the current top goal scorers for the La Liga (Primera División) football league in Spain, season 2021/2022. Highest goal scorer right now is Karim Benzema, with 9 scored goals.
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La Liga all-time top scorer is Lionel Messi with 474 goals, all for Barcelona.He also holds the record for most goals scored in a single season with 50 in the 2011–12 campaign, and is the only player ever to win the league's top scorer award in eight different seasons.
The winning top scorer in La Liga (Primera División), Spain during the season 2020/2021 was Lionel Messi with 30 goals scored.
La Liga 2021/2022 - Top scorers # Player Team G P A CC; 1: Karim Benzema: Rea l Madrid: 9: 1: 7: 16: 2: Mikel Oiarzabal: Rea l Sociedad: 6: 2: 1: 7: 3: Vinicius Junior: Rea l Madrid: 5: 0: 2: 7: 4: Memphis Depay: Bar celona: 4: 2: 2: 6: 5: Luis Suarez: Atl etico Madrid: 4: 0: 1: 5: 6: Raul de Tomas: Esp anyol: 4: 1: 1: 5: 7: Arnaut Groeneveld: Vil larreal: 4: 0: 0: 4: 8: Carlos Soler: Val encia: 3: 2: 2: 5: 9: Goncalo Guedes: Val encia: 3: 0: 2: 5: 10: Angel Correa: Atl etico Madrid: 3: 0: 1 ...
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Most Pichichi (La Liga Top Scorer) Won by a Player Telmo Zarra and Lionel Messi are the two players who hold the record of winning pichichi (La Liga Top Scorer) a record 6 times.
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These are current La Liga highest goal scorers for the 2021/2022 football season in Spain. Who finished Spanish La Liga top scorer in 2020-2021? Lionel Messi – 30 (Barcelona) Gerard Moreno – 23 (Villareal CF) Karim Benzema – 23 (Real Madrid) Luis Suárez – 21 (Atlético Madrid) Youssef En-Nesyri – 18 (Sevilla CF) Alexander Isak – 17 (Real Sociedad)