NEWS | 13/12/2014The Portuguese star, who has 25 goals, has already beaten his own scoring record for the first half of a La Liga season with 4 matchdays still to go.
Cristiano's figures are from another era. Nobody in the history of La Liga has ever scored more goals than him in the first 15 matchdays. Only Pruden (1940/41) and Bata (1930/31) have also managed to reach the Madrid forward's 25 at the same stage of the league season.
With four games still to play before the La Liga season reaches its halfway stage, Cristiano Ronaldo has now posted his best scoring record in the opening 19 matchdays. The two goals that he notched at the Estadio de los Juegos Mediterráneos saw him overtake the 23 that he hit in the first half of the 2010/11 and 2011/12 campaigns.
Pichichis with 24 goals
Raúl (Real Madrid, 2000/01), Vieri (Atlético, 1997/98), Quini (Sporting, 1979/80), Kempes (Valencia, 1976/77), Waldo (Valencia, 1966/67), Di Stéfano (Real Madrid, 1955/56) and Zarra (Athletic, 1945/46 and 1952/53).
Pichichis with 23 goals
Di Stéfano (Real Madrid, 1958/59) and Pahíño (Celta, 1947/48).
Hugo Sánchez (Real Madrid, 1985/86) and Uriarte (Athletic, 1967/68).
Tristán (Deportivo, 2001/02) and Quini (Sporting, 1975/76).
Rincón (Betis, 1982/83), Quini (Barcelona, 1980/81 y Sporting, 1973/74), Porta (Granada, 1971/72), Puskas (Real Madrid, 1963/64) and Unamuno (Athletic, 1939/40).
Butragueño (Real Madrid, 1991/91), Juanito (Real Madrid, 1984/95), Hugo Sánchez (Atlético, 1984/85), Carlos (Athletic, 1974/75), Marianín (Oviedo, 1972/73), Babá (Elche, 1965/66), Babenes (Valladolid, 1957/58), Di Stéfano (Real Madrid, 1957/58), Ricardo (Valencia, 1957/58), Zarra (Athletic, 1944/45) and Gorostiza (Athletic, 1929,/30).
Da Silva (Valladolid, 1983/84), Gárate (Atlético, 1970/71) and Rexach (Barcelona, 1970/71).
Amancio (Real Madrid, 1969/70), Gárate (Atlético, 1969/70), Luis Aragonés (Atlético, 1969/70) and Olivares (Real Madrid, 1932/33).
Amancio (Real Madrid, 1968/69), Gárate (Atlético, 1968/69) and Bienzobas (Real Sociedad, 1928/29).
Gorostiza (Athletic, 1931/32).