La Liga Top scorers - Spain 2013/2014

The winning top scorer in La Liga (Primera División), Spain during the season 2013/2014 was Cristiano Ronaldo with 31 goals scored. Below you find the list of the highest goal scorers during the season.

This league has a break between two seasons right now. The next season is planned to start on 14 August 2024.

Primera División best goal scorers 2013/2014

Season:
# Player Team Age Nationality % team's goals Goals
1. Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 29 Portugal 29.8%
31
2. Lionel Messi Barcelona 26 Argentina 28.0%
28
3. Diego Costa Atlético Madrid 25 Spain 35.1%
27
4. Alexis Sanchez Barcelona 25 Chile 19.0%
19
5. Karim Benzema Real Madrid 26 France 16.3%
17
6. Antoine Griezmann Real Sociedad 23 France 25.8%
16
  Aritz Adúriz Athletic Bilbao 33 Spain 24.2%
16
  Carlos Vela Real Sociedad 25 Mexico 25.8%
16
9. Gareth Bale Real Madrid 24 Wales 14.4%
15
  Javi Guerra Real Valladolid 32 Spain 39.5%
15
  Kevin Gameiro Sevilla 27 France 21.7%
15
  Pedro Rodriguez Barcelona 26 Spain 15.0%
15
13. Carlos Bacca Sevilla 27 Colombia 20.3%
14
  Ikechukwu Uche Villarreal 30 Nigeria 23.3%
14
  Nolito Celta Vigo 27 Spain 28.6%
14
16. David Villa Atlético Madrid 32 Spain 16.9%
13
  Oriol Riera Osasuna 27 Spain 40.6%
13
18. Charles Celta Vigo 30 Brazil 24.5%
12
  Ivan Rakitic Sevilla 26 Croatia 17.4%
12
  Joaquin Larrivey Rayo Vallecano 29 Argentina 26.1%
12
  Sergio Garciá Espanyol 30 Spain 29.3%
12
  Youssef El Arabi Granada 27 Morocco 37.5%
12
The age of the players is when the season ended at 18 May 2014

18 May 2014 was the last match day for this season in La Liga, The league kicked off 17 August 2013. More information and the winning top scorers in La Liga between the seasons 1989/1990-2023/2024 here.

Scored hat-tricks in La Liga, season 2013/2014

In total there were 17 scored hat-tricks during the season 2013/2014 in La Liga, Spain. All players scoring these hat-tricks (or more than 3 goals), and the matches they scored it in, are listed here.

Player, Team Match Goals
Lionel Messi
Barcelona
Real Madrid - Barcelona 3-4
Sun 23 march 2014
3
42', 65', 84'
Lionel Messi
Barcelona
Barcelona - Osasuna 7-0
Sun 16 march 2014
3
18', 63', 88'
Aritz Adúriz
Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao - Granada 4-0
Fri 28 february 2014
3
7', 18', 74'
Ikechukwu Uche
Villarreal
Rayo Vallecano - Villarreal 2-5
Mon 6 january 2014
3
9', 63', 65'
Alexis Sanchez
Barcelona
Barcelona - Elche 4-0
Sun 5 january 2014
3
7', 63', 69'
Pedro Rodriguez
Barcelona
Getafe - Barcelona 2-5
Sun 22 december 2013
3
35', 41', 43'
Javi Guerra
Real Valladolid
Real Valladolid - Celta Vigo 3-0
Mon 16 december 2013
3
59', 66', 86'
Jonas
Valencia
Valencia - Osasuna 3-0
Sun 1 december 2013
3
45', 48', 53'
Gareth Bale
Real Madrid
Real Madrid - Real Valladolid 4-0
Sat 30 november 2013
3
33', 64', 89'
Sergio Garciá
Espanyol
Rayo Vallecano - Espanyol 1-4
Sun 24 november 2013
3
27', 51', 83'
Carlos Vela
Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad - Celta Vigo 4-3
Sat 23 november 2013
4
6', 61', 78', 81'
Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid
Real Madrid - Real Sociedad 5-1
Sat 9 november 2013
3
12', 27', 76'
Youssef El Arabi
Granada
Granada - Málaga 3-1
Fri 8 november 2013
3
47', 58', 77'
Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid
Real Madrid - Sevilla 7-3
Wed 30 october 2013
3
31', 60', 71'
Pedro Rodriguez
Barcelona
Rayo Vallecano - Barcelona 0-4
Sat 21 september 2013
3
33', 47', 72'
Mounir El Hamdaoui
Málaga
Málaga - Rayo Vallecano 5-0
Sun 15 september 2013
3
31', 62', 67'
Lionel Messi
Barcelona
Valencia - Barcelona 2-3
Sun 1 september 2013
3
11', 39', 41'

League table La Liga 2013/2014

# Team Matches WinsW DrawsD LossesL Goals Points
1. Atlético Madrid 38 28 6 4 77-26 90
2. Barcelona 38 27 6 5 100-33 87
3. Real Madrid 38 27 6 5 104-38 87
4. Athletic Bilbao 38 20 10 8 66-39 70
5. Sevilla 38 18 9 11 69-52 63
6. Villarreal 38 17 8 13 60-44 59
7. Real Sociedad 38 16 11 11 62-55 59
8. Valencia 38 13 10 15 51-53 49
9. Celta Vigo 38 14 7 17 49-54 49
10. Levante 38 12 12 14 35-43 48
11. Málaga 38 12 9 17 39-46 45
12. Rayo Vallecano 38 13 4 21 46-80 43
13. Getafe 38 11 9 18 35-54 42
14. Espanyol 38 11 9 18 41-51 42
15. Granada 38 12 5 21 32-56 41
16. Elche 38 9 13 16 30-50 40
17. Almeria 38 11 7 20 43-71 40
18. Osasuna 38 10 9 19 32-62 39
19. Real Valladolid 38 7 15 16 38-60 36
20. Real Betis 38 6 7 25 36-78 25