La Liga 23/24

Who wins La Liga?


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Birdy

Senior Member
If Bilbao didn't have an away game left vs Atletico, i would say they are slight favorites for 4th, they might need a result there.
True, it is the big game
But Atletico have hardest schedule as well in the remaining ones: away at Villareal, Sociedad, to play Girona
 

jamrock

Senior Member
It's a pity we missed out on both Vinicius and Rodrygo when we essentially had agreed terms with both of them first.

One of them would have solved our issues at LW.

Then we went out and signed other Brazilians that were ass, like that lightweight kid that couldn't even hack it at Barca B.
After Neymar Perez said never again, willing to pay over the odds
 

iniestaGOAT

Senior Member
We will finish with good points on the table and any other year we might have won the league..
We shall look back at this year and see this title as the one that slipped away

Thanks to toxic trolls who call themselves BARCELONA Fans spreading negativity and toxicity ruining the team.

You are the reason why we did not win.
 

Temptation

Well-known member
We will finish with good points on the table and any other year we might have won the league..
We shall look back at this year and see this title as the one that slipped away

Thanks to toxic trolls who call themselves BARCELONA Fans spreading negativity and toxicity ruining the team.

You are the reason why we did not win.
Lil bro who brags about being a winner all the time celebrating 2nd place and using mental gymnastics to convince himself is comedy gold. :lol:
 

Messi983

Senior Member
Precisely, Barcelona is this season, along with Athletic Bilbao, the block that most often sends the ball to the post in the entire LaLiga. Without going any further, this past Saturday against Las Palmas at the Olympic Stadium in Montjuïc, Joao Félix sent the ball to the wood. It was the 16th poster signed by the Blaugranas in the 30 matchdays that have been played up to this point. Therefore, they have an average of just over 0.5 suits per commitment.

The Catalan team has hit the woodwork against Cádiz, Villarreal, Osasuna, Mallorca, Sevilla, Athletic, Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, Atlético de Madrid, Betis, Almería, Celta and Las Palmas. In three commitments he has even signed two shots at the poster. On the second day of LaLiga at La Cerámica, Lamine Yamal sent two balls to the post. Against Rayo, it would be Raphinha who crashed the ball into the poster twice and against Ancelotti's team at the Montjuïc Olympic Stadium, Fermín and then Iñigo Martínez were inches away from celebrating a goal.

In this particular statistic, and after Barcelona and Athletic, we find Real Madrid and Sevilla. Andalusians and Madrid have 15 shots on the wood. And closes the podium, Real Sociedad, with 14 shots repelled by the stick

In Barcelona, half of the suits are shared between Lamine Yamal and Joao Félix. The youth player has scored two shots on the woodwork against Betis and the same ones at the Cerámica stadium in the 29 LaLiga matches in which he has participated. In both matches, yes, Xavi's team added the three points. In the case of Joao Félix he found the poster against Mallorca, Sevilla, Athletic and Las Palmas. The Portuguese international has four goals in 23 games.

But neither Lamine Yamal nor Joao Félix lead this statistic in LaLiga. Both Blaugranas are in the top-5 but at the head of this ranking we find Iñaki Williams. The Athletic striker has five goals in 27 games. Next up would be the Portuguese winger from Barcelona and closing the podium, Brais Méndez. In fourth position is Lamine and fifth, Larsen, who has the same skills as the culé youth player but in 30 matches.

In addition to Joao Félix and Lamine Yamal, the complete list of Blaugranas is made up of Raphinha, who has two suits, and Gavi, Lewandowski, Sergi Roberto, De Jong, Fermín and Iñigo Martínez, with one each.



 

malvolio

Senior Member
Why is there a gap in the LL calendar this weekend? Especially when there is an international tournament taking place in the Summer.
 

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