Revealed: Five players who haven't scored for Real Madrid a league Goal in 2019/20

Revealed: Five players who haven't scored for Real Madrid a league Goal in 2019/20

It is  difficult to predict who will score for Madrid team as they have a free scoring team which has been one of there secret to winning laliga this season.

There have been 21 different goalscorers for Real Madrid this season, with only five players from the squad - including goalkeepers Thibaut Courtois and Alphonse Areola - failing to score.

Ferland Mendy opened the scoring for Real Madrid against Granada, scoring his maiden goal for the club and making him the 21st different player that has seen the net bulge this year in LaLiga Santander.

The only outfield players that haven't found the back of the net are Brahim Diaz, Eder Militao and Alvaro Odriozola.

Brahim Diaz
The 20-year-old playmaker has only played 33 minutes spread over five league games this season and is still trying to find his feet in Spain following a move from Manchester City.

He has, however, scored in the Copa del Rey this season and if goals in all competitions are counted then there are 22 scorers in this year's Real Madrid squad.

Eder Militao
The former Porto man made a name for himself last season as a central defender who liked to score, scoring five in all competitions for the Portuguese side.

However, in 18 games this season for Real Madrid the central defender is yet to get his name on the score sheet.

He has instead been focused on settling in in central defence.

Alvaro Odriozola
The man from San Sebastian hasn't scored for either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich, after having been sent out on loan to the German side in January.

The goalkeepers
As goalkeepers, Courtois and Areola are excused for not scoring.

That said, Courtois did almost find the back of the net when going up for a late corner in the match away at Valencia, a move that ended with Karim Benzema's equaliser.

Source: Marca
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