La Liga is the top professional league football competition in Spain and regarded as the 2nd most popular competition after English Premier League. According to many, it is the best league competition where twenty Spanish clubs used to take part in every season. Basically, we all know the name of Real Madrid and Barcelona. These two Spanish giants are ruling the UEFA Champions League in recent time. Due to this two clubs, Spanish La Liga getting so much popular as well. Today we would like to consider 10 La Liga top goal scorers in 2018/19 season.
Earlier, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the top rival players who played for Barcelona and Real Madrid. And most of the cases, one of them used to be the top scorer in a season.
But at the beginning of the new 2018/19 season, CR7 left Real Madrid and joined at the Serie A club Juventus. So, Messi is getting unchallenged here but still couple of Real Madrid players like Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale are currently standing on the list of top 10 goal scorers in the season.
Let’s take a look below where we present 10 La Liga top goal scorers in 2018/19.
10 La Liga Top Goal Scorers in 2018-19
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1. Lionel Messi
Messi is the Argentina national team skipper and also the current captain of Barcelona as well. He was the top scorer in La Liga last season and in the ongoing season where the season has just started.
Messi is holding the top position of La Liga top scorers list. He has scored 4 goals already by making three appearances. In two matches, he scored a pair of goals so far. He has a chance to finish the new season of La Liga by holding the position.
2. Karim Benzema
30 years old Karim Benzema is the French national team player. He missed the last World cup 2018 but still playing for Real Madrid. When Ronaldo was in the team of Real, this French forward did not get chance with the main eleven properly.
But now, he is regular with the first squad. He has scored 4 goals as well in the ongoing La Liga season by making three appearances.
3. Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale is just the another Real Madrid forward who is the Wales national team player. He is the trump card of Real Madrid now. He is doing great after the departure of CR7. He has scored 3 goals already in the ongoing season.
4. Alex Gallar
Alex Gallar is playing for the club Huesca and after a long time, the Spanish club got the chance to play in La Liga competition. Gallar is the Spanish forward and in the ongoing season of La Liga, he has scored 3 goals so far.
5. Jose Luis Morales
Levante winger Jose Luis Morales has also scored three goals in the ongoing season of La Liga by making three league appearances.
He is also on the list of La Liga top scorers now. He is the 31 years old but yet to get chance in Spanish national team.
6. Andre Silva
Andre Silva is the Portuguese national team player but currently playing for the Spanish club Sevilla. He has also scored three goals in the running season of La Liga.
He made three league appearances as well. He is also on the list of La Liga top scorers in the season.
7. Roger Marti
Roger Marti is playing for Levante this season and also holding a place among the top scorer’s list in la Liga 2018/19. He has scored 3 goals by making three league appearances.
8. Luis Suarez
Suarez is the Uruguay national team player but a very much active player in Barcelona team. He used to play with Lionel Messi and in every season, he went too close to the top scorer.
He has scored 2 goals in the ongoing season of La Liga where he made three La Liga appearances with Barcelona.
9. Maximiliano Gomez
Maximiliano Gomez is playing for Celta Vigo in La Liga. He has scored 2 goals in the ongoing season of La Liga.
10. Nabil El Zhar
Nabil El Zhar is playing for Spanish club Leganes in the season of La Liga and with them, he has scored 2 goals already in ongoing season.
our captable La Liga Top Goal Scorers 2018-19, there are few more players who scored two goals in the ongoing season of La Liga. They are French forward Ousmane Dembele for Barcelona, Sergio Ramos for Real Madrid and Willian Jose for Real Sociedad.