League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Sevilla220030+36Sergio Reguilón, Joan Jordán... - 1Tomáš Vaclík
2Real Madrid211042+2463,037Karim Benzema - 2Thibaut Courtois
3Valladolid211032+14Sergi Guardiola - 2Jordi Masip
4Athletic Bilbao211021+1447,693Raúl García, Aritz Aduriz - 1Unai Simón
5Osasuna211010+1413,978Ezequiel Ávila - 1Rubén
6Alavés110010+1312,029Joselu - 1Fernando Pacheco
7Mallorca110021+1315,127Dani Rodríguez - 1Manolo Reina
8Atlético Madrid110010+1355,099Álvaro Morata - 1Jan Oblak
9Celta Vigo210123-1321,800Gabriel Fernández, Iker Losada - 1Rubén Blanco
10Levante2101220320,240Roger Martí - 2Aitor Fernández
11Real Sociedad10101101Mikel Oyarzabal - 1Miguel Ángel Moyá
12Villarreal201156-1114,753Gerard Moreno - 2Andrés Fernández
13Granada201145-1115,849Roberto Soldado, Fede Vico... - 1Rui Silva
14Valencia201112-1141,846Kévin Gameiro - 1Jasper Cillessen
15Eibar201112-11Paulo Oliveira - 1Marko Dmitrović
16Getafe201112-1110,103Jaime Mata - 1David Soria
17Real Betis100112-1051,497Loren Morón - 1Daniel Martín
18Barcelona100101-10Marc-André ter Stegen
19Leganés100101-1010,020Iván Cuéllar
20Espanyol100102-2019,832Diego López

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Germán SánchezGranada 2
Renan LodiAtlético Madrid 2
Sergio ÁlvarezEibar 2
Ezequiel ÁvilaOsasuna 2
Francis CoquelinValencia 2
Raúl AlbiolVillarreal 2
7. José Luis GayàValencia 1
Lucas OlazaCelta Vigo 1
Damián SuárezGetafe 1
CasemiroReal Madrid 1
Unai NúñezAthletic Bilbao 1
RecioLeganés 1
Saúl ÑíguezAtlético Madrid 1
David CostasCelta Vigo 1
CharlesEibar 1
Joseba ZaldúaReal Sociedad 1
Robert IbáñezOsasuna 1
JoseluAlavés 1
Fabián OrellanaEibar 1
Alfonso PedrazaReal Betis 1
AnuarValladolid 1
Leandro CabreraGetafe 1
Andre-Frank Zambo AnguissaVillarreal 1
Waldo RubioValladolid 1
Toni KroosReal Madrid 1
Matías VargasEspanyol 1
Vinicius JúniorReal Madrid 1
Mikel MerinoReal Sociedad 1
Daniel ParejoValencia 1
Roberto TorresOsasuna 1
Salva SevillaMallorca 1
AntoñitoValladolid 1
Fayçal FajrGetafe 1
EmersonReal Betis 1
Martin ØdegaardReal Sociedad 1
Rubén AlcarazValladolid 1
Santi CazorlaVillarreal 1
Óscar PlanoValladolid 1
Markel BergaraGetafe 1
Iago AspasCelta Vigo 1
Manu GarcíaAlavés 1
Anaitz ArbillaEibar 1
Denis CheryshevValencia 1
Kevin VázquezCelta Vigo 1
Álvaro TejeroEibar 1
Álvaro OdriozolaReal Madrid 1
Fede San EmeterioValladolid 1
Joan Sastre VanrellMallorca 1
Ángel RodríguezGetafe 1
Andrés FernándezVillarreal 1
Javi MoyanoValladolid 1
Sergio ReguilónSevilla 1
Rubén BlancoCelta Vigo 1
Gabriel FernándezCelta Vigo 1
Allan NyomGetafe 1
Ander CapaAthletic Bilbao 1
Jon MoncayolaOsasuna 1
Gonzalo MeleroLevante 1
Robin Le NormandReal Sociedad 1
Nacho VidalOsasuna 1
Lucas OcamposSevilla 1
David GarcíaOsasuna 1
MíchelValladolid 1
Paulo OliveiraEibar 1
FernandoSevilla 1
Ezequiel GarayValencia 1
Nikola VukčevićLevante 1
Víctor SánchezEspanyol 1
Darko BrašanacOsasuna 1
Gerard PiquéBarcelona 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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