The CD Tenerife He has only managed to score nine goals in the nineteen games he has played this season as a visitor in Second division, one of the worst scoring records in the entire history of the Blue and Whites.
The average of so many scored at home in the Canarian squad is 0.47 goals per game, a figure that only improves the data recorded in the 1972/1973 and 1963/1964 seasons.
The campaign with the worst scoring data of the CD Tenerife as a visitor it is 72/73, when he was only able to score six goals in nineteen games (0.32 points per game).
Meanwhile, in the 1962/1964 course there were six goals in fifteen games away from the Heliodoro Rodríguez López (0.40 on average).
In the 1977/1978 campaign, CD Tenerife ended the season with the same goalscoring average as in the current season, after scoring nine goals in nineteen games.
The average of so many as visitors of the insular club in all its history in the league is 0.89 goals per game.
CD Tenerife has remained unmarked in six of their last seven outings, in which they lost to Leganés (1-0), Zaragoza (1-0), Logroñés (1-0) and Girona (1- 0), while they drew against Mirandés (0-0) and Cartagena (0-0).
The only match of the last seven as a visitor in which the Canarian team scored was against Málaga (1-1).