FC Barcelona the LaLiga team with most different goalscorers
The goals are being shared around among Xavi Hernández' squad with 15 different scorers so far
Scoring from the same hymn sheet. FC Barcelona are the LaLiga team with most different goalscorers in 15. Jutglà and Gavi joined the list in the last match against Elche, with Barça outright leaders in LaLiga for different scorers.
Memphis: 8 goals
Ansu Fati: 4 goals
Nico: 2 goals
Piqué: 2 goals
Coutinho: 2 goals
Braithwaite: 2 goals
Sergi Roberto: 2 goals
Gavi: 1 goal
Agüero: 1 goal
Abde: 1 goal
Jutglà: 1 goal
Araujo: 1 goal
Frenkie de Jong: 1 goal
Busquets: 1 goal
Luuk de Jong: 1 goal
30 goals in 23 games, shared around 15 different players. A figure that puts Barça in first place in LaLiga for different scorers. No other team shares the goals around as much, with Sevilla and Real Madrid closest with 13 different scorers.
it is worth nothing, however, that Chelsea and TSG Hoffenheim are the European teams with most different goalscorers in their squads with 16. Xavi's squad are likely to catch them up as new goalscorers have been added in the last two league games against Osasuna and Elche, debut goals included.
A season of debuts with a focus on youth
Memphis, Nico, Gavi, Abde, Jutglà, Agüero and Luuk de Jong are the seven players to score their debut goals for the Barça first team, some of which stand out for their precociousness given their age.
For example, with his goal against Elche (3-2), FC Barcelona´s exciting and talented number 30 became the youngest player to score this season across the five major European leagues. Aged just 17 years and 135 days, the callow yet fearless Gavi beat Mohamed-Ali Cho from Angers, who had scored aged 17 years and 222 days old.
Let's not forget Jutglà. His goal against Elche made him the third fastest player to score after his debut with Barça in LaLiga during this century, only needing 16 minutes to score his first goal. Another example of Barça's young strike force. The squad is sharing around the goals and everyone is chipping in.