League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Barcelona3828919929+709366,603Lionel Messi - 34Marc-André ter Stegen→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Atlético Madrid38231055822+367955,483Antoine Griezmann - 19Jan Oblak→ UEFA Champions League via Europa League win
3Real Madrid38221069444+507666,161Cristiano Ronaldo - 26Keylor Navas→ UEFA Champions League via Champions League win
4Valencia3822796538+277338,657Rodrigo - 16Neto→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
5Villarreal38187135750+76116,731Carlos Bacca - 15Sergio Asenjo→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
6Real Betis38186146061-16046,711Sergio León - 11Antonio Adán→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
7Sevilla38177144958-95833,045Wissam Ben Yedder - 9Sergio Rico→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
8Getafe381510134233+95510,318Ángel Rodríguez - 13Vicente Guaita
9Eibar38149154450-6515,338Charles, Kike - 8Marko Dmitrović
10Girona38149155059-95110,330Cristhian Stuani - 21Yassine Bounou
11Espanyol381213133642-64917,768Gerard Moreno - 16Pau López
12Real Sociedad38147176659+74919,736Willian José - 15Gerónimo Rulli
13Celta Vigo381310155960-14915,683Iago Aspas - 22Rubén Blanco
14Alavés38152214050-104716,819Munir El Haddadi - 10Fernando Pacheco
15Levante381113144458-144617,927José Luis Morales - 10Oier Olazábal
16Athletic Bilbao381013154149-84337,325Raúl García - 10Kepa Arrizabalaga
17Leganés38127193451-17439,539Gabriel - 5Iván Cuéllar
18Deportivo La Coruña38611213876-382920,612Adrián López - 9RubénRelegated
19Las Palmas3857262474-502216,156Jonathan Calleri - 9Leandro ChichizolaRelegated
20Málaga3855282461-372020,420Diego Rolán - 5RobertoRelegated


Red Cards
1. Zdravko KuzmanovićMálaga 2
Sergio RamosReal Madrid 2
Sergi RobertoBarcelona 2
Jordi AmatReal Betis 2
5. RecioMálaga 1
Celso BorgesDeportivo La Coruña 1
Mario HermosoEspanyol 1
Damián SuárezGetafe 1
Adrián GonzálezMálaga 1
Diego LlorenteReal Sociedad 1
Koke VegasLevante 1
Mauro ArambarriGetafe 1
Lucas HernándezAtlético Madrid 1
Loïc RémyGetafe 1
CharlesEibar 1
Igor ZubeldiaReal Sociedad 1
Rúben VezoValencia 1
Joseba ZaldúaLeganés 1
Fabián OrellanaEibar 1
Asier IllarramendiReal Sociedad 1
Geoffrey KondogbiaValencia 1
Álvaro JiménezGetafe 1
Samu GarcíaMálaga 1
Diego RicoLeganés 1
MarceloReal Madrid 1
VitoloAtlético Madrid 1
Maksym KovalDeportivo La Coruña 1
Antoine GriezmannAtlético Madrid 1
José CampañaLevante 1
Dani RabaVillarreal 1
CokeLevante 1
Éver BanegaSevilla 1
Aïssa MandiReal Betis 1
Daniel ParejoValencia 1
Ángel CorreaAtlético Madrid 1
Rodrigo ElyAlavés 1
Nordin AmrabatLeganés 1
Youssef En-NesyriMálaga 1
ChemaLevante 1
MichelLas Palmas 1
Jaume CostaVillarreal 1
Munir El HaddadiAlavés 1
Daniele BoneraVillarreal 1
Chory CastroMálaga 1
Mathieu FlaminiGetafe 1
Dimitris SiovasLeganés 1
Ignasi MiquelMálaga 1
Wissam Ben YedderSevilla 1
Álvaro OdriozolaReal Sociedad 1
Simone ZazaValencia 1
Rubén DuarteAlavés 1
Álex GálvezLas Palmas 1
Rubén PardoReal Sociedad 1
Manu TriguerosVillarreal 1
Joan JordánEibar 1
Rubén BlancoCelta Vigo 1
Pablo SarabiaSevilla 1
Álvaro GonzálezVillarreal 1
Diego CostaAtlético Madrid 1
Dani CarvajalReal Madrid 1
Alen HalilovićLas Palmas 1
José Luis MoralesLevante 1
Víctor RuizVillarreal 1
Christian SantosAlavés 1
Gabriel PaulistaValencia 1


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