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Braithwaite strengthens leadership – Infobae


Madrid, Jan 28 (EFE).- The Danish Martin Braithwaite, Espanyol forward, consolidated his lead in the LaLiga Hypermotion scoring rankings by scoring his twelfth goal of the season from a penalty.

After the twenty-fourth day, Braithwaite leads by two goals a group made up of his teammate Javi Puado, Álex Forés (Villarreal B), Curro Sánchez (Burgos), who achieved his tenth goal, and Peque (Rácing), whose team plays this Monday in Zorrilla against Valladolid.

Stoichkov (Eibar), Carlos Martín (Mirandés) and Gaspar (Sporting) failed to score and still have nine goals.

Classification of scorers after the 24th matchday dispute:

– With 12 goals: Braithwaite (DIN) (3p) (Espanyol);

– With 10 goals: Curro Sánchez (5p) (Burgos); Puado (3p) (Espanyol); Peque (4p) (Santander Racing); Álex Forés (Villarreal B).

– With 9 goals: Stoichkov (Eibar); Carlos Martín (2p) (Mirandés); Gaspar (Sporting).

– With 8 goals: Aketxe (2p) (Eibar); Soberón (1p) (Eldense); Miguel de la Fuente (Leganés); Arana (Santander Racing).

– With 7 goals: Bautista (Eibar); Óscar Plano (1p) (Elche); Juanto Ortuño (1p) (Eldense); Dani Raba (2p) and Diego García (2p) (Leganés); Bouldini (MAR) (Levante); Queipo (Sporting); Ángel Rodríguez (2p) (Tenerife); Maikel Mesa (1p) (Zaragoza).

– With 6 goals: Ortuño (2p) (Cartagena); Chapela (Eldense); Borja Bastón (Oviedo); Sylla (SEN) (Valladolid).

– With 5 goals: Fuster (Albacete); Dyego Sousa (POR) (1p) (Alcorcón); Pablo Martínez (Levante); Gabri Martínez and Ilyas Chaira (MAR) (Mirandés); Paulino (1p) (Oviedo); Héber (1p) and Álvaro Giménez (1p) (Rácing Ferrol); Juan Otero (COL) (1p) and Campu (Sporting); Roberto López (Tenerife)

– With 4 goals: Quiles and Higinio (Albacete); Manu Nieto (1p) (Andorra); Fer Niño y Bermejo (Burgos); Pere Milla (Espanyol); Obeng (GHA) (2p) (Huesca); Sergio González (Leganés); Fabricio (BRA) (Levante); Carlos Vicente y Señé (1p) (Racing Ferrol); Andrés (Racing Santander); Enric Gallego (2p) (Tenerife); Monchu (Valladolid); Ontiveros (1p) and Jorge Pascual (Villarreal B); Victor Mollejo (Zaragoza)

– With 3 goals: Escriche and Agus Medina (Albacete); Jacobo González and Chiki (Alcorcón); Félix Garreta y Jauregi (Amorebieta); Iván Gil (1p) (Andorra); Matos (Burgos); Juan Carlos Real (1p) (Cartagena); Mario Soriano (Eibar); Sergio León (2 with Elche) (Eibar); Tete Morente and Nico Castro (ARG) (1p) (Elche); Andone (ROU) and Sergio Ortuño (Eldense); Calero (Espanyol); Vilarrasa (Huesca); Dani Gómez (Levante); Martón (Mirandés); Sebas Moyano (Oviedo); Sabin Merino (Racing Ferrol).

– With 2 goals: Jonathan Silva (ARG) and Juanma (Albacete); Addai (CIV) (Alcorcón); Eraso, Edwards (AUS), Álvaro Núñez and Manu Hernando (Amorebieta); Julen Lobete (1p), Scheidler (FRA) and Iker Benito (Andorra); Grego (Burgos); Dani Ojeda (Burgos); Ayllón, Luis Muñoz and Juanjo Narváez (COL) (Cartagena); Vencedor and Rahmani (FRA) (Eibar); Nico Fernández (ARG) (Elche); Salcedo (ITA) (1p) and Clemente (Eldense); Nico Melamed (Espanyol); Loureiro, Javi Martínez and Hugo Vallejo (Huesca); Julián Chicco (ARG) (Leganés); Kochorashvili (GEO), Brugué and Carlos Álvarez (Levante); Sergio Barcia (1p) (Mirandés); Colombatto (ARG) (1p) and Masca (POR) (Oviedo); Ekain, Mantilla, Lago Junior (CIV) and Íñigo Vicente (Racing Santander); Insua, Djurdjevic (MNE) and Queipo (Sporting Gijón); Teto (Tenerife); Cédric, Marcos André (BRA), Kenedy (BRA) and Juric (CRO) (Valladolid); Stefan Lekovic (SRB) and Andrés Ferrari (URU) (Villarreal B); Iván Azón, Manu Vallejo and Francho (Zaragoza)

– With 1 goal: Djetei (CMR), Glauder, Fuster, Pacheco, Jonathan Silva (ARG), Olaetxea and Álvaro Rodríguez (Albacete); Bravo, Eteki (CMR), Castro, Javi Lara, Obieta and Víctor García (Alcorcón); Rayco Rodríguez, Sibo (GHA), Dorrio, Gayá and Avilés (Amorebieta); Bover, Diego Alende, Pampín, Petxarroman, Alex Calvo, Álvaro Martín, Samper and Jandro (Andorra); Edu Espiau, Elgezabal, Alex San Cristóbal, Appin (FRA) and Ander Martín (Burgos); Arnau Solà, Fontán, Iván Calero, Jansson (SWE), Alarcón (CHI) and Andy (1p) (Cartagena); Arbilla, Quique, Qasmi (MAR), Corpas (1p), Berrocal (Eibar); Fidel (1p), Lucas Boyé (ARG) (1p), Borja Garcés, Mario Gaspar and Rodrigo Mendoza (Elche); Carlos Hernández and Cris Montes (Eldense); Jofre, Salvi Sánchez, Edu Expósito and Sergi Gómez (Espanyol); Sielva, Juanjo Nieto, Kortajarena and Kento Hashimoto (JPN) (Huesca); Undabarrena, Jorge Miramón, Franquesa, Djouahra (FRA), Neyou (CMR) (1p), Sergio González and Jorge Sáenz (Leganés); Cantero, Lozano, Rey, Clemente, Romero and Algobia (Levante); Godoy, Durdov (CRO), Álvaro Sanz, Reina and Barbu (Mirandés); Camarasa, Abel Bretones, Seoane, Camarasa, Dani Calvo and Cardero (Oviedo); Álex López, Vadillo and Jon García (Racing Ferrol); Íñigo Vicente, Aldasoro, Grenier (FRA), Sangalli, Morante, Germán and Rubén Alves (BRA) (Racing Santander); Pascanu (RUM); Nacho Méndez, Hassan (FRA), Cote and Izquierdoz (Sporting Gijón); Waldo, Luismi Cruz, Mellot (FRA) and Álex Corredera (Tenerife); Gustavo Henrique (BRA), Víctor Meseguer, Escudero, Joni Montiel, Lucas Rosa (BRA), Anuar and Salazar (Valladolid); Del Moral, Lanchi and Requena (Villarreal); Francés, Jair (CIV/POR), Germán Valera, Jaume and Fran Gámez (Zaragoza)

– Own goal: Iñigo Piña (Eldense, against Zaragoza); Alcalá (Cartagena, against Zaragoza); Germán (Racing Santander, against Leganés); Jair Jr (Zaragoza, against Mirandés); Timor Sva (Eldense, against Elche); Puado (Espanyol, against Eibar); Félix (Amorebieta, against Burgos); Mantilla (Racing Santander, against Oviedo); Samper (Andorra, against Eibar); Pampín (Andorra, against Espanyol); Andrés Fernández (Levante, against Albacete), Del Moral (Villarreal B, against Cartagena); Íñigo Piña (Eldense, against Espanyol); Pablo Íñiguez (Villarreal B, against Huesca); Djetei (Albacete, against Burgos); Rober Pier (Sporting, against Rácing Ferrol). EFE

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