Week 28 stats

Records, streaks and the most interesting stats that happened during round 28 of La Liga.

WITHOUT MAKING NOISE
Marcelo was a strange signing for Real Madrid but he has become one of the best left backs in the world. Will he reach Roberto Carlos?

  REAL MADRID FOREIGN PLAYERS  
# Player Games
1 Roberto Carlos 527
2 Di Stefano 396
3 Santamaría 336
4 Stielike 308
* Marcelo 308

NUMBER ONE
Claudio Bravo is not only Barcelona’s number one but also the Chilean player with most games ever in La Liga. [Note: Higinio Ortúzar is not included in the list as he had also Spanish nationality].

  CHILEAN PLAYERS    
# Player Team(s) Games
1 Claudio Bravo Real Sociedad & Barcelona 200
2 Iván Zamorano Sevilla & Real Madrid 196
3 Patricio Yáñez Valladolid, Zaragoza & Betis 193
4 Jorge Contreras Las Palmas 113
5 Pablo Contreras Osasuna & Celta 96

HE WANTS A RECORD
Alberto Lopo wouldn’t appear in the books, but this stat will give him this ‘privilege’. He saw a new yellow card and could beat the record this season.

  YELLOW CARDS    
# Player Team(s) Cards
1 Fernando Hierro Valladolid & Real Madrid 156
2 David Albelda Villarreal & Valencia 153
* Alberto Lopo Espanyol, Deportivo & Getafe 153
4 Patxi Puñal Osasuna 144
5 Sergio Ramos Sevilla & Real Madrid 125

URUGUAYAN BRAVERY
Godín became the 4th player from Uruguay with most games in La Liga. If he doesn’t leave Atlético, he’ll reach Pandiani next season.

  URUGUAYAN PLAYERS    
# Player Team(s) Games
1 Walter Pandiani Deportivo, Mallorca, Espanyol, Osasuna & Villarreal 279
2 Jose Luis Zalazar Cádiz, Albacete & Racing 252
3 Diego Forlán Villarreal & Atlético 240
4 Gustavo Poyet Zaragoza 239
* Diego Godín Villarreal & Atlético 239

 

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