Original title: Who is he? Scored in Real Madrid for 17 consecutive seasons, 290 goals in 643 games, helping the team win 9 La Liga championships
In the early morning of September 27, in La Liga, Real Madrid won Betis 3:2 and won their first win of the season. It is worth mentioning that Ramos’s boss scored a beautiful spoon penalty. This is his first goal of the new season, the goal scored in the 17th consecutive season, and his 73rd goal in the La Liga platform.
In 2005, Ramos came to the Galaxy Battleship, and has played 651 times in Real Madrid so far, directly scoring 97 goals and assisting 40 times; in the La Liga platform alone, he has scored 73 goals and 31 assists in 495 games. I remember that in La Liga last season, he directly scored 11 goals, setting a personal single-season scoring record. Looking around the entire La Liga for so many years, there are only three big names who have scored goals in 17 consecutive seasons: Santillana, Gaenza and Ramos bosses. After this battle, Ramos became the third man in the history of La Liga to score goals in 17 consecutive seasons.
And Santillana has always been a great player in the history of the Galaxy Battleship. In the 1971-1988 season, he scored in Real Madrid for 17 consecutive seasons, scoring 290 goals in 643 games and 48 goals in the Copa del Rey. In addition, he won 9 La Liga titles, 2 Europa League Cups, 4 Copa del Rey and 1 League Cup. Santillana is only 1.75 meters tall, but he belongs to the kind of natural shooter, and his header is even better. In addition, he represented Spain with 15 goals in 56 games and helped Spain win the 1984 European Championship runner-up.