Gerard Moreno scored a goal and Samuel Chukwueze grabbed brace as Villareal thrashed Levante 5:1 today. Villareal took the lead in the early minutes through Postigo's own goal in the 9th minutes, Gerard Moreno doubled Villarreal's lead in the 13th minutes, and Malsa pulled one back for Levante in the 21st minutes, as the game ended 2:1 at halftime in favor of Villarreal.
In the second half, Samuel Chukwueze added the third goal for Villareal in the 63rd minutes, after he was assisted by Paco Alcacer, the fourth goal came from Vezo's own goal in the 72nd minutes, and Samuel Chukwueze grabbed his second goal of the game in the 75th minutes to add the fifth goal for Villareal, after he was assisted by Pargo.
After Samuel Chukwueze scored two goals and Gerard Moreno scored a goal. This is how the current La Liga golden boot race looks like. Gerard Moreno has now scored 20 la Liga goals this season, while Samuel Chukwueze has scored 3 league goals so far.
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