Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos proves he deserves the title of "top scorer", after scoring a goal against Osasuna in the match that ended yesterday with a 4-1 victory for the royal.
With this goal, "Spanish Hammer" became the first player to score in 17 consecutive years in the League, beating Barcelona star Lionel Messi, Barcelona captain Raul Garcia, and captain of Athletic Bilbao team, who scored 16 consecutive years in the League.
In addition to giving him this goal in the "Elsadder" stadium a new number, as he became the first LaLiga defender to score in twenty different stadiums, he would be rocked almost all the stadiums in the Spanish championship.
He raised his score outside the Bernabeu to 28 goals since his first participation in the Real shirt in the 2005-2006 season, while the outcome of his goals amounted to 65 goals.
There remains one stadium where Ramos did not celebrate scoring a goal in it, the "Los Carmines" stadium for the Granada team.