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The 2017–18 La Liga season, also known as LaLiga Santander for sponsorship reasons, was the 87th since its establishment. The season began on 18 August 2017 and concluded on 20 May 2018.  The fixtures were released on 21 July 2017.
Ligue 1. Lionel Messi claimed his fifth award for the top scorer on the continent ahead of the likes of Mohamed Salah, Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Kane... Getty Images.
List of La Liga top scorers. 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. Athletic Bilbao 's Telmo Zarra, who was the ...
La Liga Stats 2017/18 - Top Scorers, Most Assists, Clean Sheets. Spanish League stats: laliga top and highest goal scorer, top assist provider and top goalkeeper with most clean sheets of the 2017-2018 season. Find out who led the chart, top goal scorer, most assists and most clean sheets in the La Liga 2017-2018 season. .
La Liga; Season: 2016–17: Dates: 20 August 2016 – 21 May 2017: Champions: Real Madrid 33rd title: Relegated: Sporting Gijón Osasuna Granada: Champions League: Real Madrid Barcelona Atlético Madrid Sevilla: Europa League: Villarreal Real Sociedad Athletic Bilbao: Matches played: 380: Goals scored: 1,118 (2.94 per match) Top goalscorer: Lionel Messi (37 goals) Best goalkeeper: Jan Oblak
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Spanish La Liga top scorers. Showing assists, time on pitch and the shots on and off target.
La Liga Top scorers - Spain 2021/2022 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.
Most awards. Lionel Messi (8) Website. www .marca .com /en. In Spanish football, the Trofeo Pichichi is awarded by the sports newspaper Marca to the top goalscorer of each La Liga season. Named after the Athletic Bilbao striker Rafael "Pichichi" Moreno, the trophy has been awarded annually since the 1952–53 season.