In the 2020-21 season, La Liga continues the trend of declining goals, averaging only 2.21 goals per game, creating a new low in the past four seasons. The average number of goals per game in La Liga is not only the bottom of the top five European leagues, but also the gap with the opponents is widening. The average number of goals per game in the Premier League, Serie A, and Bundesliga is above 3.4 goals, which is at least 1.2 goals higher than La Liga.
"Daily Sports" pointed out that after the start of this season, La Liga once again confirmed a disturbing trend, that is, La Liga is losing its strength and influence. While other European leagues are greatly increasing their goals, La Liga's goals are declining year by year.
There is no doubt that goals are synonymous with football, and the decline in the number of goals in La Liga should undoubtedly make people worry, because this trend has been going on for 4 years and has become an increasingly prominent problem that has plagued La Liga in recent years. In the European Football Association rankings, La Liga is ranked first by its excellent results, followed by the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 respectively. However, compared with the results, the offense that La Liga is proud of seems to be met. Here comes the question.
Four seasons ago, there was no obvious difference in the number of goals scored by the five leagues, but now it is not. In the 2017-18 season, La Liga averaged 2.69 goals per game, higher than the Premier League (2.68 goals), Serie A (2.68 goals), lower than the Bundesliga (2.79 goals) and French Ligue (2.71 goals). The gap between the five major leagues was even Not big.
However, since that season, the number of goals scored by the Bundesliga has increased year by year, from 3.17 goals and 3.2 goals to 3.4 goals this season. Serie A and the Premier League also maintained the same trend, increasing to 3.79 goals and 3.50 goals respectively. Ligue 1 dropped slightly from 2.71 to 2.66, while La Liga plummeted from 2.60 to 2.21.
In this season, the Premier League has scored 144 goals in 38 games, averaging 3.79 goals per game. Aston Villa beat Liverpool 7-2 and Tottenham beat Manchester United 6-1, which shocked the fans. Reflects the charm of football. The number of goals scored in Serie A last season reached 3.02 goals, and this season it has risen to 3.5 goals again. This means that the tradition of only defensive Serie A teams no longer exists. The offensive tactics advocated by Gasperini are successful. The mainstream.
The Bundesliga ranks third with 3.4 goals. With top strikers such as Lewand and Haaland, the Bundesliga is very attractive to fans. In the past three seasons, the Bundesliga has been the most successful of the five major leagues. One of the league. La Liga has become the opposite example. The 20 La Liga teams must find a way to increase the number of goals as soon as possible, otherwise the fans will be bored with the lack of goals. White handkerchiefs and boos will appear more on the La Liga arena.
Statistics show that since the 2017-18 season, the number of goals scored in La Liga has declined year by year, from 2.69 goals, 2.58 goals, and 2.48 goals to 2.21 goals this season. In Barcelona and Real Madrid, the number of goals scored by Barcelona has declined, but the decline is not large. The number of goals in the previous three seasons was 99, 80 and 86 respectively. In the first three La Liga games this season, Barcelona scored 8 goals and averaged 2.66 goals per game, higher than the previous three seasons. This means that Koeman's tactics have activated Barcelona to a certain extent, but the future is still worth watching.
Compared with Barcelona, Real Madrid’s goals have fallen even more, which is directly related to Ronaldo’s departure. In the 2017-18 season, Real Madrid scored 94 goals in 38 La Liga games, averaging 2.47 goals per game. After the Portuguese left, Real Madrid scored 63 goals and 70 goals in the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons, averaging 1.65 and 1.84 goals per game. The same is true this season. Real Madrid scored 6 goals in 4 games, averaging 1.5 goals per game, almost 1 goal less than the 2017-18 season.
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