Borja Mayoral does not stop and is with Gerard Moreno the best Spanish scorer

The player on loan from Real Madrid already has the same average as Gerard Moreno. Both sign 0.76 goals every ninety minutes. Mayoral is the only one who has not taken penalties.

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Borja Mayoral has no brake. The 23-year-old Roma forward from Spain continues to expand his extraordinary relationship with goal this season. He scored his eleventh goal of the year against Braga on Thursday and continues to squeeze every minute. Now it is increasing, since Paulo Fonseca has already awarded him the title vitola, after the disagreement with Dzeko. But the Bosnian is still in the squad and the striker on loan from Real Madrid maintains that condition in the League, the tournament that Roma prioritizes to reach the Champions League.

But either as a starter or coming off the bench, the one from Parla does not lose the habit. On Thursday he was a substitute against Braga, but had 23 minutes. They were the ones that took time to score. Mayoral made the final 3-1 for his team after a pass from Spinazzola and has positioned himself as the best Spanish scorer in the major leagues, equaled with Gerard Moreno. Big words. The giallorosso adds eleven goals in 1296 minutes of play. He averages 0.76 points per game with his team, the same as Gerard Moreno, who is opposing Luis Enrique's starter in the Eurocup. Well, Mayoral is in their numbers. Gerard Moreno has managed to score 16 goals, but in 1901 minutes played, according to provider Statsbomb. The third, after that of Roma and Gerard Moreno, is the Levantine Roger Martí who signs an average of 0.61 goals every ninety minutes. The one from Torrent has scored 10 goals in 1481 minutes, a remarkable record.

Morata is the fourth Spanish scorer, also with the Red jersey between his eyebrows. The former Atlético player is averaging 0.59 goals every ninety minutes, he has managed to score 13 goals in 1848 minutes. A virus has slowed their numbers. Commander Morales appears in fifth position. He signs 0.52 goals every ninety minutes, thanks to the fact that he has scored 11 goals in 1957 minutes. These data are prior to this Friday's game in which Levante meets Athletic. The sixth Spanish scorer by average this season is Oyarzabal with 0.51 goals per game. The Real striker has scored 11 goals in 1957 minutes. Finally, in this classification of Spanish scorers from the five major leagues with more than five goals scored, Iago Aspas is seventh. The Celta player has an average of 0.46 points every 90 minutes. Nine goals in 1765 minutes for the celeste.

Mayoral is the only one who has not taken penalties.

A detail that also serves to put the value of Borja Mayoral's performance is that he is the only one on this list that has not taken any penalties and, therefore, has not increased his figure with the ultimate luck. Gerard Moreno has taken six penalties for a plenary session. Oyarzabal threw seven and has scored six; Aspas has a three of three from eleven meters; Martí, even before Friday's game with Athletic, added a penalty of three shots; Morales has shot two and has scored one and Morata managed to hole out the one he had to throw. Mayoral has not had that responsibility or that fast track to increase their numbers, for now.



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