League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao2319225415+395945,223Paulinho - 13Liu Dianzuo
2Beijing Sinobo Guoan2318054418+265439,422Renato Augusto - 8Zou Dehai
3Shanghai SIPG2316524719+285322,241Elkeson - 8Yan Junling
4Shandong Luneng Taishan2311483926+133722,108Graziano Pellè - 13Wang Dalei
5Jiangsu Suning239774234+83427,131Alex Teixeira - 15Gu Chao
6Wuhan Zall FC238783031-13121,099Jean Evrard Kouassi - 9Dong Hengyi
7Dalian Yifang238783537-23134,217Yannick Carrasco - 11Zhang Chong
8Chongqing SWM237973038-83033,392Alan Kardec - 7Sui Weijie
9Tianjin TEDA2385103137-62920,714Johnathan - 11Du Jia
10Henan Jianye2376102737-102720,712Franck Ohandza - 9Wu Yan
11Guangzhou R&F2375114458-142610,319Eran Zahavi - 20Cheng Yuelei
12Hebei China Fortune2365122538-132317,366Dong Xuesheng - 6Geng Xiaofeng
13Shanghai Greenland Shenhua2265113541-62322,052Giovanni Moreno - 10Chen Zhao
14Shenzhen FC2246122033-131816,959Harold Preciado - 5Guo Wei
15Tianjin Tianhai2321292840-121819,693Alan Carvalho - 6Zhang Lu
16Beijing Renhe2333171948-29129,336Makhete Diop - 9Zhang Lie

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