Lionel Messi stretched his lead as a LaLiga scorer


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Lionel Messi stretched his lead as a LaLiga scorer

Argentine Lionel Messi, a Barcelona player, extended his lead in the top scorers ranking of LaLiga Santander by five goals, after adding his twenty-sixth goal of the course this Thursday, in the match that faced the Barça team with Granada.

The goal or prevented the defeat (1-2) of Barcelona, ​​who lost the opportunity to position themselves as the new leader of the classification.

Messi, who opened the scoring in the 23rd minute after completing a combination with Frenchman Antoine Griezmann, leads Real Madrid player Karim Benzema by five goals, second with 21 goals, and Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno by six, third with 20 .

Much further back in the standings the Venezuelan striker of Granada, Darwin Machís, who added his fourth goal of the course, after signing the tying goal (1-1) at 63 minutes of play.

The goal broke the scoring “drought” of more than three months in the Venezuelan international league championship that he had not scored since last January 12, when he scored against Osasuna.

Two more goals, six, accumulates his teammate, the 39-year-old veteran Jorge Molina, who signed the goal for Granada’s victory at the Camp Nou, after scoring the final 1-2 with a header in the 79th minute.

– Classification. Matchday 33:

– With 26 goals: Lionel Messi (3p) (ARG) (Barcelona).

– With 21 goals: Karim Benzema (1p) (FRA) (Real Madrid).

– With 20 goals: Gerard Moreno (9p) (Villarreal).

– With 19 goals: Luis Suárez (3p) (URU) (Atlético de Madrid).

With 17 goals: Youssef En-Nesyri (MAR) (Seville).

– With 14 goals: Alexander Isak (SUE) (Real Sociedad)

– With 13 goals: Iago Aspas (4p) (Celta).

– With 12 goals: Rafa Mir (2p) (Huesca).

– With 11 goals: Marcos Llorente (Atlético de Madrid); Antoine Griezmann (FRA) (1p) (Barcelona); Roger Martí (2p) (Raise).

– With 10 goals: Santi Mina (Celta); José Luis Morales (Raise); Mikel Oyarzabal (5p) (Real Sociedad).

– With 9 goals: Kike García (Eibar).

– With 8 goals: Álex Berenguer (Athletic Club); Sergio Canales (2p) (Betis); Roberto Soldado (1p) (Granada); Cristian Portugués, ‘Portu’ (Real Sociedad); Carlos Soler (7p) (Valencia).

– With 7 goals: Joselu (2p) (Alavés); Joao Félix (POR) and Ángel Correa (ARG) (Atlético de Madrid); Álvaro Negredo (Cádiz); Ante Budimir (CRO) (Osasuna).

– With 6 goals: Nolito and Brais Méndez (Celta); Fidel Chaves (2p) and Lucas Boyé (ARG) (Elche); Jorge Molina (Granada); Roberto Torres (3p) (Osasuna); Paco Alcácer (1p) (Villarreal).

– With 5 goals: Iñaki Williams (1p) and Iker Muniain (Athletic); Yannick Carrasco (BEL) (Atlético de Madrid); Ousmane Dembélé (FRA) (Barcelona); Borja Iglesias (2p) and Cristian Tello (Betis); Ángel Rodríguez (1p) (Getafe); Luis Suárez (COL) (Granada); Jaime Mata (1p) (Getafe); Jonathan Calleri (ARG) (Osasuna); Casemiro (BRA) (Real Madrid); Lucas Ocampos (ARG) (4p) (Seville); Maxi Gómez (URU) and Manu Vallejo (Valencia); Fabián Orellana (CHI) (4p) (Valladolid).

– With 4 goals: Édgar Méndez and Lucas Pérez (3p) (Alavés); Asier Villalibre and Raúl García (1p) (Athletic); Ansu Fati (Barcelona); Nabil Fekir (FRA) (1p) (Betis); Álex Fernández (2p) (Cádiz); Josan Ferrández (Elche); Enes Unal (TUR) (1p) (Getafe); Robert Kenedy (BRA) and Darwin Machís (VEN) (Granada); Sandro Ramírez (Huesca); Gonzalo Melero (Raise); Marco Asensio (Real Madrid); Munir El Haddadi and Luuk de Jong (NED) (Seville); Daniel Wass (DIN) (1p) and Kevin Gameiro (FRA) (Valencia); Shon Weissman (ISR) and Óscar Plano (Valladolid); Samu Chukwueze (NIG).

– With 3 goals: Unai López (Athletic); Frenkie de Jong (NED), Trincao (POR) and Jordi Alba (Barcelona); Aïssa Mandi (ALG) and Sanabria (PAR) (Betis); Choco Lozano (HON) and Cala (Cádiz); Fran Beltrán and Hugo Mallo (Celta); Esteban Burgos (1p) (ARG) and Bryan Gil (Eibar); Guido Carrillo (ARG) and Pere Milla (Elche); Marc Cucurella and Mauro Arambarri (URU) (Getafe); Yangel Herrera (VEN) and Germán Sánchez (Granada); Jorge de Frutos (Raise); Rubén García (1p) (Osasuna); Fede Valverde (URU), Vinicius Júnior (BRA) and Toni Kroos (GER) (Real Madrid); Willian José (BRA), Roberto López, Ander Barrenetxea and Adnan Januzaj (1p) (BEL) (Real Sociedad); Suso and Ivan Rakitic (CRO) (1p) (Sevilla); Gabriel Paulista (BRA) and Gonçalo Guedes (POR) (Valencia); Marcos André (BRA) (Valladolid); Dani Parejo, Fer Niño and Moi Gómez (Villarreal).

– With 2 goals: Luis Rioja (Alaves); Ander Capa (Athletic); Saúl Ñíguez and Diego Costa (1p) (Atlético de Madrid); Philippe Coutinho (BRA), Pedri, Martin Braithwaite (DIN), Dest (USA), Óscar Mingueza and Ronald Araujo (URU) (Barcelona); William Carvalho (POR) and Juanmi (Betis); Salvi Sánchez and Álvaro Giménez (Cádiz); Murillo (COL) (Celta); Sergi Enrich (Eibar); Tete Morente, Raúl Guti and Dani Calvo (Elche); Cucho Hernández (COL) (Getafe); Domingos Quina (POR) and Antonio Puertas (Granada); Javier Ontiveros (1p) and Dimitrios Siovas (GRE) and David Ferreiro (Huesca); Dani Gómez (Raise); Moncayola and Kike Barja (Osasuna); Luka Modric (CRO), Lucas Vázquez, Sergio Ramos (2p), Eden Hazard (BEL) and Varane (FRA) (Real Madrid); Mikel Merino (Real Sociedad); Papu Gómez (ARG), Jules Kounde (FRA) and Fernando (BRA) (Seville); Míchel Herrero and Toni Villa (Valladolid); Pau Torres and Bacca (COL) (Villarreal).

– With 1 goal: Tomás Pina, Borja Sainz, Rodrigo Ely (BRA), Ximo Navarro, Deyverson Silva (BRA), Lejeune (FRA), Battaglia (ARG) and Guidetti (DIN) (Alavés); Ohian Sancet, Kenan Kodro (1p), Yeray Álvarez, Óscar de Marcos, Unai Núñez, Yuri and Íñigo Martínez (Athletic Club); Lucas Torreira (URU), Thomas Lemar (FRA), Mario Hermoso, Koke Resurrección and Savic (MNE) (Atlético de Madrid); Sergi Roberto, Clément Lenglet (FRA), Riqui Puig, Junior and Ilaix Moriba (Barcelona); Juan Miranda, Aitor Ruibal, Guido Rodríguez (ARG), Joaquín, Víctor Ruiz, Emerson (BRA) (Betis); Iván Alejo, Jorge Pombo, Perea, Jairo and Marcos Mauro (ARG) (Cádiz); Sergio Carreira, Miguel Baeza and Facundo Ferreyra (ARG) (Celta); Kevin Rodrigues (FRA), Joshinori Muto (JPN), Inui (JPN, Pedro León and Diop (SEN) (Eibar); Rigoni (ARG) (Elche); Nemanja Maksimovic (SRB), Damián Suárez (URU) and Aleñá (Getafe) ); Luis Milla, Ángel Montoro (1p), Alberto Soro, Domingos Duarte (POR) and Quini (Granada); Jaime Seoane, Pablo Maffeo, Mikel Rico, Borja García, Shinji Okazaki (JPN), Jorge Pulido, Daniel Escriche and Javi Galán (Huesca); Óscar Duarte (NIC), Sergio León, Rubén Vezo (POR), Enis Bardhi (MKD), José Campaña (1p) and Malsa (FRA) (Levante); Adrián López, Facundo Roncaglia (ARG), David García, Javi Martínez, Darko Brasanac (SRB) and Dmitrovic (SRB) (Osasuna); Álvaro Odriozola, Mariano Díaz (RDO) and Mendy (FRA) (Real Madrid); David Silva, Nacho Monreal, Guevara and Carlos Fernández (Real Sociedad ); Joan Jordán, Franco Vázquez (ARG), Sergio Escudero, Diego Carlos (BRA), Bono (MAR) and Acuña (ARG) (Seville); Toni Lato, Yunus Musah (ING), Hugo Guillamón, Mouctar Diakhaby (FRA) , Racic (SRB), Álex Blanco and Gayá (Valencia); Waldo Rubio (1p), Bruno González, Sergi Guardiola (1p), Jota (POR), Lucas Olaza (URU), Joaquín Fernández, Alcaraz and Roque Mesa (1p) (Valladolid); Manu Trigueros, Yéremy Pino, Rubén Peña and Pedraza (Villarreal).

– At own door: Emerson Royal (Betis, against Real Madrid); Pau Torres (Villarreal, against Barcelona); Unai López (Athletic, against Cádiz); Lucas Olaza (Celta, against Barcelona); Raphael Varane (Real Madrid, against Valencia); Víctor Ruiz (Betis, against Athletic); Toni Lato (Valencia, against Atlético de Madrid); Yassine Bounou (Sevilla, against Real Madrid); Pedro Alcalá (Cádiz, against Barcelona); Xabier Etxeita (Getafe, against Seville); Jan Oblak (Atlético de Madrid, against Real Madrid); Felipe Augusto (Atlético de Madrid, against Alavés); Diego Carlos (Sevilla, against Real Sociedad); Sergio Herrera (Osasuna, against Granada); Unai García (Osasuna, against Valencia); Jordi Alba (Barcelona, ​​against Athletic), Hugo Guillamón (Valencia, against Athletic); Víctor Ruiz (Betis, against Barcelona); Foulquier (Granada, with Huesca), Pedraza (Villarreal, against Atlético de Madrid); Vavro (Huesca, against Elche); Timor (Getafe, against Cádiz); David García (Osasuna, against Villarreal); Diego González (Elche, against Osasuna); Postigo (Levante, against Villarreal), Ruben Vezo (Levante, against Villarreal); Lenglet (Barcelona, ​​against Getafe); Chakla (Getafe, against Barcelona).


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