Serie-A Teams Have Been More Prolific In Attack Than Premier league And La Liga This Season
By Football-Stats | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 15 views
No league in Europe's top five leagues have been more prolific in attack than Seri-A teams this season. Serie-A teams Have scored a total of 806 games in 27 rounds played. The second league on the list is Ligue-1, the teams in the French have scored a combined 778 goals in 29 rounds played.
The third league on the list is premier league, the teams have scored 740 goals in 29 rounds played. Bundesliga is the next team on the list, the teams in the German division have scored 677 goals in 25 rounds played. La liga is the fifth team on the list, the teams in Spanish division have scored 662 goals in 27 rounds played.
From the goals staitsics, we could see that Serie-A teams have been more prolific in attack than Premier league and La liga this season. Does it mean that Serie-A have best attackers than Premier league and la liga? Or does it also mean that Premier league and La liga have better defense than Serie-A this season? Drop your comments below.
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