La Liga 2023/24 – Top records including best scorer, most yellow cards

La Liga 2023/24 have gone through nine matches with numerous twists, goals, top performers, and exhilarating clashes between giants.


Ahead of MD10 this weekend, as the international break is close to end, we compile a list of top records of the Spanish top-flight.

Top scorer – Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid): 8

The kid wonder from England has been in top form since his La Liga EA Sports debut this season.

He scored eight goals in eight games for Los Blancos, with an astonishing 1.00 goal/match rate. Brilliant!

Belling now scored 10 goals in 10 games for Madrid
Belling now scored 10 goals in 10 games for Madrid

The English midfielder has taken the league by storm, and no one could care about his lucrative transfer fee, while Madrid fans may have found their new hero in town.

Most yellow card – Djene Dakonam (Getafe): 5

The Togo defender is a tough one who has always loved a tackle. He served a one-match ban after the fifth time booked before the ongoing international break and will not feature in the Real Betis game this weekend.

Most red cards – Oihan Sancet (Athletic Bilbao): 2

While Djene has the most yellow cards so far, it’s hard to top Bilbao‘s Sancet, who was sent off twice this season.

Sancet red card
Sancet red card

The 23-year-old saw red in September as he tried to collect a high ball with his foot, but he made contact with Diego Rico’s head during the Getafe draw.

Most goals scored, and most goals conceded

  • Most goals scored – Barcelona: 21
  •  Most goals conceded – UD Almeria: 24

Defending champions Barcelona are leading with the most goals scored, as Xavi’s side performed well since the start with no loss while registering 6W 3D.

Barcelona scored most goals
Barcelona scored most goals

The Catalan side’s best scorers are Robert Lewandowski (5), Ferran Torres (3), and Rapinha.

Meanwhile, the vulnerable defense damaged Almeria when they are sitting at the bottom of the league with a humble GD of -13…

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