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Real Madrid break the 100-goal mark for the season

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NEWS | 24/02/2018 | Javier García

They have netted 103 times across all competitions, the first team in the Spanish league to reach the milestone.
Real Madrid show no signs of slowing up as their deluge of goals continues. After victory over Alavés, the Whites have now scored 103 goals this term in all competitions, making them the first side in the Spanish league to break the 100 mark. Zidane’s charges, who have played 43 games across six different competitions, are averaging 2.4 goals per match.

The breakdown by competition is as follows: 62 in LaLiga, 20 in The Champions League, 11 in the Copa del Rey, 5 in the Spanish Super Cup, 3 in the Club World Cup and 2 in the European Super Cup. The best figures have come in the wins over Deportivo (7-1) and APOEL (0-6). The team's recent goal-scoring record is particularly impressive, having netted 34 times in the last 9 games (3.8 average).

Goal scorers
Fifteen of the 21 outfield players have contributed to the total of 103. Cristiano Ronaldo leads the way with 28 strikes to his name. Next on the list are Asensio and Bale with 10 and Benzema with 8. Isco and Lucas Vázquez have 7 each, while Mayoral, Casemiro, Nacho, Kroos, Ramos, Marcelo, Ceballos, Modric and Achraf have all found the back of the net as well.
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