League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Macará27161014315+2858505Michael Estrada - 16Javier Burrai
2Barcelona SC2716475433+21528Fidel Martínez - 16Máximo Banguera
3Univ Católica2716384727+2051540Luis Amarilla - 16Hernán Galíndez
4Delfín SC2714674331+124832Carlos Garcés - 12Pedro Ortíz
5Independiente2614663524+1148367Cristián Dajome, Efrén Mera - 5Jorge Pinos
6SD Aucas2713774235+746178Edson Montaño - 8Luis Fernando Fernández López
7LDU de Quito2712964026+14451,105Rodrigo Aguirre - 12Adrián Gabbarini
8CS Emelec27114123028+2371,434Gabriel Cortez, Brayan Angulo - 5Esteban Dreer
9El Nacional27106113532+336511Jonathan Borja - 11Johan Padilla
10CD Cuenca27106114044-4351,556Raúl Becerra - 16Brian Heras1-point deduction 1
11Guayaquil2787123241-93153Gonzalo Mastriani - 13Gonzalo Valle
12Mushuc Runa2786133445-1130302Jorge Palacios Ávila - 5Bernardo Medina
13CD Olmedo2676132841-1327850Muriel Orlando - 8Iván Brun
14América Quito2748152136-1516547César Ramón - 4Darwin Cuero4-point deduction 2
15Técnico Univ.2755173358-2520851Charles Vélez - 6Walter Chávez
16Amarilla SC2725202263-41661Héctor Penayo - 5José Ignacio Camacho5-point deduction 3



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