Cristiano Ronaldo has ended 2015 as he began it, scoring goals, becoming La Liga's top scorer this calendar year, with a total of 37, three more than his nearest and greatest rival, Leo Messi.
The Portuguese forward scored 23 goals from January to June, adding another 14 to his tally between August and December. Messi, meanwhile, racked up 28 in the first half of the year, but only bagged six in the second, the Argentine unquestionably having been hampered by the knee injury he picked up in late September against UD Las Palmas, which kept him away from the pitch for two months.
Luis Suárez comes in third on the list of top scorers for 2015. The Uruguayan has put away a total of 30 goals, 15 of which have come at the start of this 2015-16 season.
His Brazilian teammate, Neymar takes fourth place in this annual ranking, tied on 25 with Atlético's Antoine Griezmann, who has emerged as a brilliant marksman.
Oblak, safest pair of hands
As for goalkeepers, Atlético Madrid's Jan Oblak has conceded the fewest number of goals in 2015, with only 14 getting past him over the course of the 356 days. Barcelona's goalkeeper, Claudio Bravo comes in a close second.