Aduriz, the ‘Zarra’ of the decade

first_imgBehind the now-player from Las Palmas are two footballers who still play in the League and who could catch up if the competition resumes. In fourth position, Raúl García becomes the top scorer among national midfielders. With 76 goals spread over 316 games, the former player for Osasuna and Atlético de Madrid, and now an Athletic player, is just a little behind Rubén Castro. He is also the Spaniard who has scored the only goal of the game the most times, with 12. With 113 goals in 289 games, the Basque attacker, who during this decade has worn the jerseys of two historical League players such as Valencia and Athletic, has been able to maintain a scoring average of more than 11 goals per season, figures available to few players. His maturity as an athlete has been exemplary and, like good wine, has been improving over the years.Aduriz is also the Spanish footballer who has opened the scoring the most times in the last ten campaigns. He has done it, no more and no less, in 49 games, which speaks to the importance he has had as a reference for his teams, especially in Athletic. What’s more, in 10 of those 49 games he scored the only goal of the match.The ‘Magician’ with the highest scorers Raúl GarcíaAtlético, Osasuna and Athletic76316211960.24 Aritz Aduriz, who is living his last months as a professional footballer at 39, will retire from the king of sports as the top Spanish scorer in the League in the decade. Despite the great strikers who have passed through the Spanish First Division in the last 10 years, the donostiarra will hang his boots as one of the great national ‘killer’ of recent times. Iago AspasCelta and Sevilla98204157690.48 Source: Opta Behind the Athletic player appears another of the great names among the Spanish scorers: Iago Aspas. The ‘Mago de Moaña’ is close to a hundred goals in the last ten years. Despite the fact that the Galician was a season in England, 2013/14 with Liverpool, his 98 goals in 204 games win him to the second position on the list.With 85 fewer games than the Basque striker, caused by his failed move by Liverpool and Seville, and adding that in 2010/2011 he played in the Second with Celta, Aspas has only signed 15 times less. And it is that, like his compatriot of Athletic, his maturity has been splendid. For sample, a button: In his last stage with Celta, he has scored 84 goals in 154 games, while in the previous six seasons he scored 46 goals in 165 games with Celta, Liverpool and Sevilla.Thanks to his great records for goal, the celtiña forward is the Spanish player with the best scoring average in LaLiga (0.48 goals / game) of the decade among footballers who have played more than three games. It is also, the Spanish with the most trophies ‘Zarra’ in that space of time, thanks to the three consecutive ones that he has accumulated in recent seasons. In this way, he surpasses Aduriz, who won the previous two.The praise and awards of Spanish football have been shared between the two forwards in recent years. But curiously, they both share two records. The Basque and the Galician are the Spanish players who have scored the most hattricks (3) and the most doublets (18) in the last decade in our League. Data that speak wonders of two authentic ‘killers’ who have made us enjoy their goals for many years.Other great names of the decade Aritz AdurizValencia and Athletic113289192030.39center_img PlayerClubsGoalsMatchesMinutesGoal / match Talking about Spanish scorers in recent years automatically suggests a name: Rubén Castro. The Canary, despite having only played six seasons in the First in this decade, sneaks as the third top scorer in Spain. With 77 goals in 176 games and an average of 0.44 goals / game, he is the only player on the list who has scored all his goals with a single shirt, that of Betis, where he also spent two seasons in the Second in which he scored 58 goals. Closing the list in fifth position is another of the great forwards that Spanish football has given in recent times: Roberto Soldado. With the Valencia, Villarreal and Granada jerseys, the Real Madrid youth squad has scored 70 goals in 162 games. He is the player on the list who has played the fewest number of matches, having spent two seasons in England and many others in Turkey. Among his achievements is being one of the four Spaniards who has scored four goals in a League match. It was in a Getafe 2-4 Valencia in the 2010/11 season, and he scored all the goals in the second half. In addition to Madrid, Álvaro Negredo, Alberto Bueno and Santi Mina are the other three footballers who have managed to score a ker poker ’. Roberto SoldadoValencia, Villarreal and Granada70162125570.43 LAST TEN SEASONS Ruben CastroBetis77176144370.44last_img read more

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