A Table Of Europe's Top Five Leagues Combined Has Been Revealed
A table if Europe's top five divisions came together has been revealed and it shows Liverpool would still be miles ahead at the top.
UEFA have often debated the use of a Super League which would collate the best teams in Europe and see how they compare.
But if that was done for this season so far it would be Jurgen Klopp's side on 82 points, a huge 14 point lead ahead of second place Paris Saint-Germain on 68 points.
Check out the entire table below.
20. Sevilla (Goal difference: +10) Points: 47
19. Bayer Leverkusen (Goal difference: +14) Points: 47
18. Chelsea (Goal difference: +12) Points: 48
17. Atalanta (Goal difference: +36) Points: 48
16. Lille (Goal difference +8) Points: 49
15. Borussia Monchengladbach (Goal difference +19) Points: 49
14. Rennes (Goal difference +14) Points: 50
13. RB Leipzig (Goal difference +36) Points: 50
12. Borussia Dortmund (Goal difference +35) Points: 51
11. Leicester City (Goal difference +30) Points: 53
10. Inter Milan (Goal difference +25) Points: 54
9. Bayern Munich (Goal difference +47) Points: 55
8. Marseille (Goal difference +12) Points: 56
7. Real Madrid (Goal difference +30) Points: 56
6. Manchester City (Goal difference +37) Points: 57
5. Barcelona (Goal difference +32) Points: 58
4. Lazio (Goal difference +37) Points: 62
3. Juventus (Goal difference +26) Points: 63
2. Paris Saint-Germain (Goal difference 51) Points: 68
1. Liverpool (Goal difference +45) Points: 82
It's a testament to Liverpool's fantastic season that they still remain miles ahead of Europe's elite.
The Reds have only dropped points in two games this season and are just two wins away from winning their first ever Premier League title.
However, their elimination from the Champions League shows that teams from overseas could fare better against the Merseyside outfit.
Serie A has been a tight battle at the top this season and it's reflected by both Juventus and Lazio making the top five.
Maurizio Sarri's Juve side are at the top of Serie A but Lazio were coming into form just before the season was postponed.
The sides come third and fourth in the overall table respectively.
Manchester United fail to make the top 20 despite being fifth in the Premier League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were unbeaten in 11 prior to the league's suspension but a poor first half to the season impacted their overall standing.
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