Why has La Liga suffered miserably recently?

If you consider the goal to measure the attractiveness of the tournaments, La Liga is at the end of the top 5 European leagues.

Statistics on the number of chances to eat, the number of shots and the number of goals in La Liga in the last two seasons have decreased sharply compared to Serie A, the Bundesliga, the Premier League and even Ligue 1. List of goalscorer Europe is also gradually absent from La Liga names. A year ago, La Liga was the league with the lowest average goal rate in Europe, only 2.4 goals per game.

La Liga actually does not have any strikers in Europe’s top 10 highest scorers. La Liga’s highest scorer is Mikel Oyarzabal, with six goals for Real Sociedad. This figure is well below Robert Lewandowski’s 11 goals and is still outside the top five in the Premier League. Oyarzabal’s success is also less like a 39-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has had eight goals for Milan since the start of the season.

The latest wave from the steering bench is often known to be one of the causes of La Liga’s target of drought. Zinedine Zidane has been a very popular leader since True. But he’s a pupil of Marcelo Lippi, a special Italian teacher. Diego Simeone is also inspired by another Italian legend, Luigi Simoni. They both knew more tactics from Italian football than from Spanish football. The same goes for Ronald Koeman-the Dutch coach is more cautious than the liberal approach of his former tutor Guus Hiddink, than his Ajax counterpart Erik Ten Hag’s generosity.

La Liga has decreased in terms of ability to score in the last three seasons

This period coincided with the exit of Neymar (to PSG in 2017) and Cristiano Ronaldo (to Juventus in 2018). Not to mention the other prominent goal scorer including Ben Yedder, who left Seville for Monaco in 2019. The “bleeding” of the prominent strikers started this summer, in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis that challenged the main theme of the teams.