With eight matchdays played, LaLiga Santander has already hit the 200 goal landmark, meaning it is averaging 2.5 goals per game, the same as in the 2018/19 season.
Of 121 goals , 60.5 percent have come in the second half, with 63 coming in the last 20 minutes, with minutes 71 to 75 proving to be the most fruitful.
Not every side is the same though, and some have scored significantly more early on in games.
The leaders are Real Madrid who, like Sevilla and Getafe, have scored the same number of goals in the first half as in the second, with nine in each.
Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Granada, Villarreal, Levante, Osasuna, Real Valladolid, Eibar, Celta Vigo, Real Betis, Alaves, Real Mallorca, Espanyol and Leganes have all scored more after the half-time break than before it.
Betis in particular stand out, having scored just twice in the first 45 minutes compared to nine in the second 45 minutes.
Barcelona have scored the most goals with 20, nine in the first half and 11 in the second.
Neither Alaves or Espanyol have scored in the first half of a game yet this season, despite totals of five and four respectively, with Alaves’ earliest goal coming in minute 54.
Real Sociedad, Athletic Club and Valencia have all scored more goals before half-time than after it, with Los Che’s four goal difference the most substantial.