‘Top 20 best players in Europe this season’… Holland is number 7? Who are the other 6 people?

The top 5 European leagues for the 2022-23 season have ended.

Manchester City won three consecutive titles in the English Premier League (EPL), and Barcelona won the Spanish Primera Liga. Bayern Munich in the German Bundesliga, Napoli in the Italian Serie A, and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the French Ligue 1 won the honor.

With all the winners confirmed, it’s time to take a look at the best players in Europe’s top five leagues. Britain’s ‘GiveMe Sports’ selected and announced the ’20 best players’ who played an active part in the top 5 European leagues.

This ranking is entirely league-specific. Activities in cup competitions and the UEFA Champions League were excluded.

“Don’t be surprised that Erling Haaland only finished in seventh place, that players like Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and Casemiro and Real Madrid’s Vinicius didn’t make it,” it said.

Looking at the rankings in order, Niklas Fülkrug (Verde Bremen, 7.38) ranked 20th, Remy Cabella (Lille, 7.38) ranked 19th, Bukayo Saka (Arsenal, 7.40) ranked 18th, and Kieran Trippier (Newcastle, 7.41) ranked 17th. , 16th Alexandre Lacazette (Olympique Lyon, 7.42), and 15th Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal, 7.42) were named.

In 14th place, Hvica Kvarazhelia (Napoli, 7.43), the main player who led the Serie A championship in 33 years, was selected, and Victor Osimen (Napoli, 7.43), the main player who won the championship, passed 13th place Bruno Fernandez (Manchester United, 7.44) and won the championship in 12th place. 7.45) joined. 11th place is Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich, 7.47).

In the top 10, Robert Lewandowski (Barcelona, ​​7.49) ranked 10th, Harry Kane (Tottenham, 7.51) ranked 9th, Karim Benzema (Real Madrid, 7.53) ranked 8th, followed by Elling Holland (Manchester City, 7.54) ranked 7th. With 36 goals this season, he set a new record for the most goals in an EPL season and led the team to the championship, but failed to rank high.

Who are the 6 players who ranked higher than Haaland?

6th Jude Bellingham (Dortmund, 7.58), 5th Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, 7.58), 4th Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid, 7.69), 3rd Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain, 7.71), 2nd Above Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain, 7.80) was located.메이저사이트

The long-awaited first place was given to Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain, 8.28), the “god of soccer”.

The media said, “Although Messi’s time in France is over, he finished the season with a much higher score than his teammate Mbappe. The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has scored 16 goals and provided 16 assists in 32 league games this season. Messi may be headed to Miami now, but there’s no doubt he’s still the best in the world.”

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