Colombian striker Radamel Falcao, who will be out for three to four weeks due to a tear in the adductor magnus in his right thigh, is the most effective striker in the Spanish League with five goals in just 334 minutes, after thirteen games have been played. which is a third of the championship.
Falcao, who arrived at Rayo Vallecano on September 4, has played eight games so far, four as a starter, and has scored five goals in 334 minutes, reflecting an average of one goal every 66.8.
At 35 years old, the Colombian international has not lost his scoring nose and his numbers reflect this, so the loss due to injury that will keep him out, at least, in the next three games of Rayo, represents an important setback for his coach, Andoni Iraola.
Falcao is the most effective striker of the top ten scorers in the Spanish championship, from a classification led by Frenchman Karim Benzema, who has scored eleven goals with Real Madrid in 972 minutes, one every 88.
Behind Raúl de Tomás, who with Espanyol adds seven goals in 1054 minutes (one every 150 minutes), the Brazilian Vinicius, who has also scored seven with Real Madrid in 915 minutes (one every 130), and the Uruguayan Luis Suárez , with the same record at Atlético de Madrid in 788 minutes (one every 112).
The least effective in that average of goals and minutes among the top ten of the top scorers’ classification is the Spanish international Iago Aspas, who with Celta de Vigo has scored 5 goals in 1059 minutes (1 every 211.8). EFE (HN)