League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Macará2113713411+2346656Michael Estrada - 14Javier Burrai
2Univ Católica2114254120+2144688Luis Amarilla - 15Hernán Galíndez
3Delfín SC2112453322+114045Carlos Garcés - 11Pedro Ortíz
4Barcelona SC2212374330+133910Fidel Martínez - 12Máximo Banguera
5Independiente2111642920+939530Washington Corozo - 4Hamilton Piedra
6SD Aucas2110563229+335250Maximiliano Barreiro - 5Luis Fernando Fernández López
7LDU de Quito228863025+5321,436Anderson Julio, Rodrigo Aguirre - 6Adrián Gabbarini
8El Nacional218672826+230715Jonathan Borja - 9Johan Padilla
9CD Cuenca2085733330282,178Raúl Becerra - 13Brian Heras1-point deduction 1
10CS Emelec2183102019+1272,008Brayan Angulo - 5Esteban Dreer
11CD Olmedo217592431-7261,020Muriel Orlando - 8Iván Brun
12Guayaquil216692127-62477Michael Hoyos - 7Gonzalo Valle
13Mushuc Runa2164112535-1022422Jorge Palacios Ávila - 4Bernardo Medina
14Técnico Univ.2143142343-20151,107Charles Vélez - 6Walter Chávez
15Amarilla SC2123161746-29478Héctor Penayo - 5Tobías Vargas5-point deduction 2
16América Quito2008121127-164729Joffre Escobar, Luis Congo - 2Darwin Cuero4-point deduction 3

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