La Liga Round 7

9 Oct

As it’s only seven games into the new season, there’s not too much to say about the numbers so far, so here’s the stats after the weekend action. No surprise to see the to three players, which are the same as last season. What has changes though is Falcao has already scored two goals agaist Top 6 Opposition – the same amount that he managed for the whole of last season (including the decisive goal to beat high flying Malaga and put Atelti joint top). Add to that his hat trick against Chelsea in the European Super Cup, and it’s fair to say that he’s turning into a big game player.

Messi and his mate are both have two goals in the Top 6 column following Sunday’s el Clasico. In what was a thoroughly entertaining game, both teams walked away pretty happy with the draw – if you missed the highlights, click HERE. I fully expect Messi and Ronaldo to duke it out for the Top Scorer title again, but at the moment, it’s hard to pick up too much of a trend from only seven games (hence the reduced commentary).

2012-13 – Goals by Player

2012-13 – Points by Player

2012-13 – Clean Sheets by Team

2012-13 – Goals by Team

 

2012-13 – Conceded by Team

2012-13 – Wins by Team

2012-13 – Defeats by Team

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