Top 10 La Liga goal scorers of all time

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Top 10 La Liga goal scorers of all time

In football, goals are the most important things. It will decide who wins the match. Strikers always attract spectators and when they are the top goal scorers at their club, they are the legend.

La Liga is a popular tournament in the world, bringing together many of the top European football teams to compete for the cup. La Liga is also one of the favorite tournaments in the world of sports betting. Discover the best online casino at Happyluke to practice soccer betting.

La Liga is for many world-class football players. So where are the greatest players in La Liga history?

Here are the top 10 La Liga goal scorers of all time in our opinion.

10 La Liga goal scorers of all time

10. Edmundo Suarez (Valencia and Alcoyano)

He scored 195 goals in his 231 matches in La Liga between 1939 and 1951. Valencia was the club that he scored much more, around 90% of all his La Liga goals (210 goals). He won three La Liga titles with Valencia in the first two of which he was also named La Liga's top scorer of the season. He passed away in December 1978 at the age of 62.

9. Pahiño (Celta, Real Madrid, Deportivo La Coruña, and Granada)

Pahiño only scored four goals in his first season in 1943 for Celta. But he thrived too fast and at the end of his career, he scored a total of 210 goals. The Spanish striker passed away in June 2012 at the age of 89.

8. Quini (Barcelona and Sporting de Gijon)

His full name was Enrique Castro Gonzalez, known as Quini. He was a Spanish footballer who played as a forward. He was awarded seven Pichichi Trophy, five of those in La Liga. He scored 219 goals for both Barcelona and Sporting de Gijon.
Despite his ability, Quini never won a La Liga title during his footballing career. He passed away in February 2018 at the age of 68 due to a heart attack.

7. Cesar Rodriguez (Barcelona)

Cesar Rodriguez, known as Cesar. He was a former Spanish football forward. He spent his entire career in Barcelona. He was the highest goalscorer in Barcelona's history for several decades, before being broken by Lionel Messi. He had 223 goals in his 353 appearances in La Liga between 1939 and 1955. But he scored just 6 goals for Spain.
After quitting professional football in 1960 aged 40, he managed some teams like Barcelona, Zaragoza, Celta, Mallorca…. Cesar passed away in March 1995 at the age of 74.

6. Alfredo Di Stefano (Real Madrid and Espanyol)

Alfredo Di Stefano is regarded as one of the best footballers of all time. He was voted fourth, behind Pele, Diego Maradona, and Johan Cruyff, in a vote organized by France Football magazine. His nickname is Blond Arrow.

He could play many positions on the pitch. He had 227 goals in his career in La Liga, between 1953 and 1966. Real Madrid was the club that he scored much more, around 95% of all his La Liga goals.

In 2008 Alfredo Di Stefano became a special President issued by FIFA at a ceremony in Madrid. He passed away in July 2014 at the age of 88 due to a heart attack.

5. Raul Gonzalez Blanco (Real Madrid)

Raul Gonzalez Blanco, known as Raul, is a Spanish former professional footballer, the role he played as a forward. Raul is regarded as one of the most important players in the history of Real Madrid and considered one of the greatest Spanish players of all-time and one of the best strikers ever.

He scored 228 goals in only the club Real Madrid. When he scored, he usually kissed the ring. He spent his entire career there. On 25 July 2010, he left Real Madrid and joined Schalke 04. With Real Madrid, he won several honors, he became a legend there.

4. Hugo Sanchez (Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Rayo Vallecano)

Hugo Sanchez is a Mexican legend footballer, the role he played as a forward. Sánchez is considered the greatest Mexican footballer of all time. He had 234 goals in his career in La Liga, between 1981 and 1994.

Real Madrid was the club that he scored much more, around 70% of all his La Liga goals. Interestingly, he played for 2 rival clubs, Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid. After he quitted a professional footballer, he became a manager and had some achievements.

In 2004 Sanchez had the position in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players.

3. Telmo Zarra (Athletic Bilbao)

He was a Spanish football striker. Athletic Bilbao was the only club in La Liga he played for. He played between 1940 and 1955. He set the record for goals (251 goals) and held this record for many years after that, six decades, before being broken by Lionel Messi.

However, he still holds the record 81 goals in the Copa del Rey. He passed away in February 2006 at the age of 85 due to a heart attack. Despite being the top scorer in La Liga, he only played for Spain 20 times. It was unfair to him. Despite that, he still managed to score 20 goals.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 311 goals in his 292 La Liga matches. Since the fact that Ronaldo did not play for Real Madrid anymore, the number stopped, unless he comes back to La Liga in the future. Born and grew up in Madeira, Ronaldo began his professional football playing for Sporting CP, before signing with Manchester United in 2003, aged 18. Then he departed to Real Madrid for a fee of €94 million, a record that year. After winning a third consecutive Champions League title in 2018, he moved to Juventus. Real Madrid has had many difficult times because of his move.

1. Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

A rival of Cristiano Ronaldo. Number one of the list of La Liga top scorers of all time maybe we all know, it is Lionel Messi. Born and grew up in central Argentina, Messi joined Spain to join Barcelona at age 13. He started his career in 2004. The only club that the Argentinian striker has played in Barcelona. He became a legend here.
Messi currently holds the records for most goals in La Liga. The number is around 448 goals. And of course, the tally will continue because Messi is still playing and scoring, there is a high number of goals that he can reach in the future.

Both Messi and Ronaldo are entering the other side of their careers. Ronaldo is 35 years old and Messi is 33 years old this year when he participates in the 2020-21 season. But both the M10 and CR7 still receive a lot of love from the fans and we will probably see them on the pitch in the next few years. There is a difference between them that Messi has a quiet lifestyle, in stark contrast to CR7. Ronaldo is more liberal, more open to charity works, advertising, and business. In particular, Ronaldo is also a good poker player, openly showing his poker skills. Poker is one of the most popular games in casinos today. You can find out and join with W88. W88 is Asia's leading marketplace for casinos with Baccarat, Poker, Slots and online sports betting.

We have introduced to you 10 La Liga goal scorers of all time, do you think our list is correct? If you have any suggestions, please let us know your opinion.

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