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WInnings and the European Golden Boot race in Europe’s top 5 domestic leagues.

Looking at how the teams in Europe’s top leagues are picking up points and wins.

Liverpool is the team to beat in England, and their record in the Premier League beats all other teams from any of the top 5 leagues in Europe.

Europe’s top 5 leagues
Spanish La Liga
English Premier League
German Bundesliga
Italian Serie A
French Ligue 1

From the teams with 50+ points in the top 5 domestic leagues.
No surprises here. Liverpool are the closest to averaging 3 points a game. Liverpool’s 2.83 points per match is the highest in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

Paris St.Germain with a match in hand and two matches behind Liverpool are averaging 2.52 points per match in the French Ligue 1.

Liverpool and Paris St. Germain are the teams that have won over 80% of the matches played in their domestic leagues.
Liverpool has won 93% of the matches played and are the only team to have 90%+ winning rate.
Paris St. Germain is second on the list ast the only team to break the 80% mark with 81% win rate in the French Ligue 1.

Juventus are at the top of the Italian Serie A standings with an average of 2.42 points per match played, and second-placed Lazio are not far with 2.39 points per game.

In the German Bundesliga, Bayern Munich are defending their title with an average of 2.2 points per match. Borussia Dortmund (2.04) and RB Leipzig (2.00) are keeping tabs on Dortmund in that arena.

In the close title race in the Spanish La Liga, Barcelona has managed 2.15 points per match to Real Madrid’s 2.08 points per match.

Marseille is half a point per match behind Paris St. Germain (2 points per match).

Ranking by percentage
Liverpool – 29 (MP) 27 (Wins) – 93% matches won
Paris Saint-Germain – 27 (MP) 22 (Wins) – 81% matches won

Juventus – 26 (MP) 20 (Wins) – 77% matches won
Lazio – 26 (MP) 19 (Wins) – 73% matches won

Bayern Munich – 25 (MP) 17 (Wins) – 68% matches won
Barcelona – 27 (MP) 18 (Wins) – 67% matches won
Manchester City – 28 (MP) 18 (Wins) – 64% matches won
Inter Milan – 25 (MP) 16 (Wins) – 64% matches won
Borussia Dortmund – 25 (MP) 15 (Wins) – 60% matches won
Borussia Mönchengladbach – 25 (MP) 15 (Wins) – 60% matches won

Real Madrid – 27 (MP) 16 (Wins) – 59% matches won
Marseille – 28 (MP) 16 (Wins) – 57% matches won
Leicester City – 29 (MP) 16 (Wins) – 55% matches won
Rennes – 28 (MP) 15 (Wins) – 54% matches won
Lille – 28 (MP) 15 (Wins) – 54% matches won

Points gained on average
Liverpool – 2.83 points per game
Paris Saint-Germain – 2.52 points per game

Juventus – 2.42 points per game
Lazio – 2.39 points per game

Bayern Munich – 2.2 points per game
Inter Milan – 2.16 points per game
Barcelona – 2.15 points per game

Real Madrid – 2.08 points per game
Borussia Dortmund – 2.04 points per game
Manchester City – 2.04 points per game

Marseille – 2 points per game
RB Leipzig – 2 points per game

Leicester City – 1.83 points per game
Rennes – 1.8 points per game

Least Points gained on average
Toulouse – 0.47 points per game

Brescia – 0.62 points per game
Paderborn – 0.64 points per game
SPAL – 0.69 points per game

Espanyol – 0.74 points per game
Werder Bremen – 0.75 points per game

Scoring!

From the teams with 50+ goals scored in Europe’s top 5 leagues …

Bayern Munich are scoring 2.9 goals per match in the German Bundesliga, slightly better than Atalanata’s 2.8 goals per match in the Italian Serie A.

A pure goal count has Paris St. Germain are leading the chart with 75 goals from 27 matches in the French Ligue 1.

Three teams have scored 70+ goals
Bayern Munich (73 goals) and Atalanta (70 goals) make up the podium. The three teams are also the only sides with 70+ goals scored.

Fewest goals scored per match
SPAL – 0.76 goals scored per match
Leganes -0.77 goals scored per match
Toulouse -0.78 goals scored per match
Udinese -0.8 goals scored per match
Celta Vigo -0.82 goals scored per match
Brescia -0.85 goals scored per match
Valladolid -0.85 goals scored per match
Espanyol -0.85 goals scored per match
Newcastle United -0.86 goals scored per match
Norwich City -0.86 goals scored per match

Fewest goals scored
SPAL – 20 goals
Leganes – 21 goals
Toulouse – 22 goals
Udinese – 21 goals
Celta Vigo – 22 Vigo
Brescia – 22 goals
Valladolid – 23 goals
Espanyol – 23 goals
Newcastle United – 25 United
Norwich City – 25 City

Most Goals scored per match
Bayern Munich – 2.9 goals scored per match
Atalanta – 2.8 goals scored per match
Paris Saint-Germain – 2.77 goals scored per match
Borussia Dortmund – 2.7 goals scored per match
RB Leipzig – 2.5 goals scored per match
Manchester City – 2.4 goals scored per match
Barcelona – 2.33 goals scored per match
Lazio – 2.3 goals scored per match
Liverpool – 2.27 goals scored per match
Leicester City – 2 goals scored per match
Roma – 1.97 goals scored per match
Juventus – 1.92 goals scored per match
Chelsea – 1.75 goals scored per match

Most goals scored
Paris Saint-Germain – 75 goals scored
Bayern Munich – 73 goals scored
Atalanta – 70 goals scored
Borussia Dortmund – 68 goals scored
Manchester City – 68 goals scored
Liverpool – 66 goals scored
Barcelona – 63 goals scored
RB Leipzig – 62 goals scored
Lazio – 60 goals scored
Leicester City – 58 goals scored
Roma – 51 goals scored
Chelsea – 51 goals scored
Juventus – 50 goals scored

Goals conceded per match
Werder Bremen – 2.29 goals conceded per match
Paderborn – 2.16 goals conceded per match
Lecce – 2.15 goals conceded per match
Mainz – 2.12 goals conceded per match
Augsburg – 2.08 goals conceded per match
Toulouse – 2.07 goals conceded per match
Aston Villa – 2 goals conceded per match
Fortuna Düsseldorf – 2 goals conceded per match
Norwich City – 1.8 goals conceded per match
Southampton – 1.8 goals conceded per match
Amiens – 1.8 goals conceded per match
West Ham United – 1.7 goals conceded per match

Goals conceded
Toulouse – 58 goals conceded
Lecce – 56 goals conceded
Aston Villa – 56 goals conceded
Werder Bremen – 55 goals conceded
Paderborn – 54 goals conceded
Mainz – 53 goals conceded
Augsburg – 52 goals conceded
Norwich City – 52 goals conceded
Southampton – 52 goals conceded
Fortuna Düsseldorf – 50 goals conceded
Amiens – 50 goals conceded
West Ham United – 50 goals conceded

European Golden Boot race in the top 5 leagues
Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 27 goals
Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 25 goals
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig) – 21 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 21 goals

Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 19 goals
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 19 goals
Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco) – 18 goals
Kylian Mbappé (Paris Saint-Germain) – 18 goals

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 17 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 17 goals
Sergio Agüero (Manchester City) – 16 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 16 goals
Moussa Dembélé (Lyon) – 16 goals
João Pedro (Cagliari) – 16 goals

Danny Ings (Southampton) – 15 goals
Josip Iličić (Atalanta) – 15 goals

Sadio Mané (Liverpool) – 14 goals
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – 14 goals
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – 14 goals
Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund) – 14 goals

Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) – 13 goals
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – 13 goals
Raúl Jiménez (Wolves) – 13 goals
Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) – 13 goals
Victor Osimhen (Lille) – 13 goals
Francesco Caputo (Sassuolo) – 13 goals
Luis Muriel (Atalanta) – 13 goals

Robin Quaison (Mainz 05) – 12 goals
Habib Diallo (Metz) – 12 goals
Mauro Icardi (Paris Saint-Germain) – 12 goals
Edin Džeko (Roma) – 12 goals

Gerard Moreno (Villlarreal) – 11 goals
Lucas Pérez (Alavés) – 11 goals
Roger (Levante) – 11 goals
Luis Suárez (Barcelona) – 11 goals
Sebastian Andersson (Union Berlin) – 11 goals
Serge Gnabry (Bayern Munich) – 11 goals
Rouwen Hennings (Fortuna Düsseldorf) – 11 goals
Florian Niederlechner (FC Augsburg) – 11 goals
Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) – 11 goals
Wout Weghorst (VfL Wolfsburg) – 11 goals
Darío Benedetto (Marseille) – 11 goals
Kasper Dolberg (Nice) – 11 goals
Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan) – 11 goals
Andrea Petagna (SPAL) – 11 goals
Duván Zapata (Atalanta) – 11 goals

Ángel (Getafe) – 10 goals
Lucas Ocampos (Sevilla) – 10 goals
Denis Bouanga (Saint-Étienne) – 10 goals

M’Baye Niang (Rennes) – 10 goals
Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo) – 9 goals
Chimy Ávila (Osasuna) – 9 goals
Ante Budimir (Mallorca) – 9 goals
Raúl García (Athletic Bilbao) – 9 goals
Maxi Gómez (Valencia) – 9 goals
Joselu (Alavés) – 9 goals
Loren Morón (Real Betis) – 9 goals

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