League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao2519245519+365945,675Paulinho - 15Liu Dianzuo
2Beijing Sinobo Guoan2519154819+295840,892Renato Augusto - 11Zou Dehai
3Shanghai SIPG2517535023+275621,850Hulk - 9Yan Junling
4Shandong Luneng Taishan2512584429+154121,981Graziano Pellè - 15Wang Dalei
5Jiangsu Suning2511774736+114027,657Alex Teixeira - 16Gu Chao
6Wuhan Zall FC2510783231+13721,021Jean Evrard Kouassi - 10Dong Hengyi
7Dalian Yifang259793738-13434,718Yannick Carrasco - 14Zhang Chong
8Chongqing SWM258983541-63332,341Alan Kardec - 13Sui Weijie
9Tianjin TEDA2595113539-43220,714Johnathan - 11Du Jia
10Henan Jianye2586113240-83020,669Franck Ohandza - 10Wu Yan
11Guangzhou R&F2485114659-132910,219Eran Zahavi - 25Cheng Yuelei
12Shanghai Greenland Shenhua2576123947-82722,055Giovanni Moreno - 10Chen Zhao
13Hebei China Fortune2575132843-152617,435Dong Xuesheng - 8Geng Xiaofeng
14Shenzhen FC2547142238-161916,313John Mary, Harold Preciado - 5Guo Wei
15Tianjin Tianhai25212112945-161818,351Alan Carvalho, Renato Ribeiro Calixto - 6Zhang Lu
16Beijing Renhe2433182052-32129,224Makhete Diop - 9Zhang Lie

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