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Heerenveen Heerenveen HEE

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Waalwijk Waalwijk WAA

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Ajax Ajax AA

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Twente Twente TWE

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Willem II Willem II WII

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Competition
  • LaLiga Santander
  • Premier League
  • Serie A
  • Bundesliga
  • Ligue 1
  • LaLiga SmartBank
  • Liga Holandesa
Liga Holandesa
AZ Alkmaar AZ Alkmaar AZ

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Heerenveen Heerenveen HEE

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Waalwijk Waalwijk WAA

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Ajax Ajax AA

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Twente Twente TWE

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Willem II Willem II WII

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VVV-Venlo VVV-Venlo VVV

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Vitesse Vitesse VIT

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Utrecht Utrecht UTR

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PSV PSV PSV

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LaLiga Santander

LaLiga's 11 penalty kings: Messi, Sánchez, Koeman, Cristiano...

10. Tamudo (30 goals)

Tamudo shares tenth positition with Quini. He played 17 seasons in Primera División: 14 at Espanyol, one at Real Sociedad and two at Rayo Vallecano, scoring 146 goals in total.

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10. Tamudo (30 goals)

Tamudo shares tenth positition with Quini. He played 17 seasons in Primera División: 14 at Espanyol, one at Real Sociedad and two at Rayo Vallecano, scoring 146 goals in total.

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10. Tamudo (30 goals)

Tamudo shares tenth positition with Quini. He played 17 seasons in Primera División: 14 at Espanyol, one at Real Sociedad and two at Rayo Vallecano, scoring 146 goals in total.

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10. Tamudo (30 goals)

Tamudo shares tenth positition with Quini. He played 17 seasons in Primera División: 14 at Espanyol, one at Real Sociedad and two at Rayo Vallecano, scoring 146 goals in total.

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10. Quini (30 goals)

A Sporting Gijón legend. 16 seasons in Primera División, of which 12 were at the Asturians and four with Barcelona. He scored 219 goals.

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10. Quini (30 goals)

A Sporting Gijón legend. 16 seasons in Primera División, of which 12 were at the Asturians and four with Barcelona. He scored 219 goals.

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9. Ander Garitano (31 goals)

Played in LaLiga from 1987 to 2002: nine seasons with Athletic Club and five at Real Zaragoza. He scored 50 goals.

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9. Ander Garitano (31 goals)

Played in LaLiga from 1987 to 2002: nine seasons with Athletic Club and five at Real Zaragoza. He scored 50 goals.

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8. David Villa (32 goals)

'El Guaje' scored 184 goals in total in 11 seasons in Primera (two with Real Zaragoza, five at Valencia, three at Barcelona and one at Atlético Madrid).

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8. David Villa (32 goals)

'El Guaje' scored 184 goals in total in 11 seasons in Primera (two with Real Zaragoza, five at Valencia, three at Barcelona and one at Atlético Madrid).

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8. David Villa (32 goals)

'El Guaje' scored 184 goals in total in 11 seasons in Primera (two with Real Zaragoza, five at Valencia, three at Barcelona and one at Atlético Madrid).

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8. David Villa (32 goals)

'El Guaje' scored 184 goals in total in 11 seasons in Primera (two with Real Zaragoza, five at Valencia, three at Barcelona and one at Atlético Madrid).

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7. Marañón (34 goals)

He scored 116 goals in 13 seasons in LaLiga, of which four were spent at Real Madrid and nine with Espanyol.

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7. Marañón (34 goals)

He scored 116 goals in 13 seasons in LaLiga, of which four were spent at Real Madrid and nine with Espanyol.

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6. Dani (34 goals)

The second highest scorer in Athletic Club's history with 147 goals. He spent 12 seasons in Primera with the Basque club.

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6. Dani (34 goals)

The second highest scorer in Athletic Club's history with 147 goals. He spent 12 seasons in Primera with the Basque club.

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5. Penev (43 goals)

Ten seasons in Primera (six at Valencia, one at Atlético Madrid, two with Compostela and one at Celta Vigo).

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5. Penev (43 goals)

Ten seasons in Primera (six at Valencia, one at Atlético Madrid, two with Compostela and one at Celta Vigo).

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5. Penev (43 goals)

Ten seasons in Primera (six at Valencia, one at Atlético Madrid, two with Compostela and one at Celta Vigo).

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5. Penev (43 goals)

Ten seasons in Primera (six at Valencia, one at Atlético Madrid, two with Compostela and one at Celta Vigo).

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4. Messi

Messi is the second highest current footballer on the list. 13 seasons in Primera with Barcelona. LaLiga's all-time top marksman with 332 goals.

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4. Messi

Messi is the second highest current footballer on the list. 13 seasons in Primera with Barcelona. LaLiga's all-time top marksman with 332 goals.

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4. Messi

Messi is the second highest current footballer on the list. 13 seasons in Primera with Barcelona. LaLiga's all-time top marksman with 332 goals.

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3. Koeman (46 goals)

The Dutchman needed the fewest seasons of any member of the top ten: six campaigns in Primera with Barcelona. He scored 67 goals in total.

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3. Koeman (46 goals)

The Dutchman needed the fewest seasons of any member of the top ten: six campaigns in Primera with Barcelona. He scored 67 goals in total.

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2. Hugo Sánchez (56 goals)

Played 12 seasons in Primera División: four at Atlético Madrid, seven at Real Madrid and one with Rayo Vallecano. He scored 234 goals in total.

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2. Hugo Sánchez (56 goals)

Played 12 seasons in Primera División: four at Atlético Madrid, seven at Real Madrid and one with Rayo Vallecano. He scored 234 goals in total.

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2. Hugo Sánchez (56 goals)

Played 12 seasons in Primera División: four at Atlético Madrid, seven at Real Madrid and one with Rayo Vallecano. He scored 234 goals in total.

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1. Cristiano Ronaldo (58 goals)

The Portuguese star has taken eight seasons to reach the top of the LaLiga top ten. He has scored 278 goals in total.

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1. Cristiano Ronaldo (58 goals)

The Portuguese star has taken eight seasons to reach the top of the LaLiga top ten. He has scored 278 goals in total.

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1. Cristiano Ronaldo (58 goals)

The Portuguese star has taken eight seasons to reach the top of the LaLiga top ten. He has scored 278 goals in total.

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