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Are Liverpool The Best Team In Europe? Stats Rank The Top 50 Clubs In The Continent

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Are Liverpool The Best Team In Europe? Stats Rank The Top 50 Clubs In The Continent

The 21/22 season is now behind us, after a season full of dramatic twists and turns. Which club is ranked the best team in Europe?

Liverpool and Manchester City were the two front runners in the Premier League, again battling till the very end to be crowned champions of England. 

Liverpool had won both the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup but fell short in the title race after a monumental come back from Pep Guardiola’s side against Aston Villa on the final day of the season. City have won their fourth title in the five years. 

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Jurgen Klopp’s Reds experienced even more disappointment a week later, despite dominating the ball possession and creating more chances, they were beaten 1-0 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final in Paris, a final that was marred by crowd trouble outside the Stade de France. 

Madrid further cemented themselves as the undisputed Kings of Europe as they sealed a 14th European crown. 

According to a list compiled by ClubElo, Liverpool are ranked the best team in Europe despite not winning their domestic league and losing in the European final. 

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The list is compiled by ‘Elo’ ratings, which are assigned to each club based on their win probabilities against the other top teams around them. 

14 Premier League clubs made it onto the list, including the likes of Brentford, Newcastle and Brighton.

There is no surprise to see Liverpool come out on top as they have been relentless all season, fighting on all fronts and have played in every single game possible for them in the 21/22 season. 

The top 50 clubs in Europe according to ClubElo are: 

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50. Borussia Monchengladbach

49. Brentford

48. Rangers

47. Freiburg

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46. Marseille

45. Rennes

44. Lazio

43. Wolverhampton Wanderers

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42. Feyenoord

41. Union Berlin

40. Atalanta

39. Eintracht Frankfurt

38. Lyon

37. Athletic Bilbao

36. Aston Villa

35. AS Monaco

34. Crystal Palace

33. AS Roma

32. Real Sociedad

31. Newcastle United

30. Brighton & Hove Albion

29. PSV Eindhoven

28. Benfica

27. Red Bull Salzburg

26. Sporting CP

25. Real Betis

24. Leicester City

23. West Ham United

22. Juventus

21. Bayer Leverkusen

20. Borussia Dortmund

19. Napoli

18. Manchester United

17. RB Leipzig

16. Sevilla

15. FC Porto

14. AC Milan

13. Villarreal

12. Arsenal

11. Paris Saint-Germain

10. Inter Milan

9. Tottenham Hotspur

8. Atletico Madrid

7. Barcelona

6. Ajax

5. Chelsea

4. Bayern Munich

3. Real Madrid

2. Manchester City

1. Liverpool

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Football, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Premier League, Champions League

Marcus Chan
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