BY THE NUMBERS:

With the Big leagues in full swing here’s a look at the big numbers form last campaigns

 

Top scorer

Premier League: Mohamed Salah/Sadio Mane/Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang [Liverpool/Liverpool/Arsenal] — 22

Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowksi [Bayern Munich] — 22

Serie A: Fabio Quagliarella [Sampdoria] — 26

La Liga: Lionel Messi [Barcelona] — 36

 

Most minutes

Premier League: Luka Milivojevic [Crystal Palace], Conor Coady [Wolverhampton Wanderers], Ben Mee [Burnley], David de Gea [Manchester United], Martin Dubravka [Newcastle United], Neil Etheridge [Cardiff City], Jordan Pickford [Everton], Lukasz Fabianski [West Ham United], Ben Foster [Watford], Alisson [Liverpool], Ederson [Manchester City], Kasper Schmeichel [Leicester City] — 3,420

Bundesliga: Joshua Kimmich [Bayern Munich], Waldemar Anton [Hannover 96], Dominique Heinz [Freiburg], Matthias Zimmermann [Fortuna Dusseldorf], Danny da Costa [Eintracht Frankfurt], Maximilian Eggestein, Ludwig Augustinsson, Jiri Pavlenka [all Werder Bremen], Ron-Robert Zieler [Stuttgart], Yann Sommer [Borussia Monchengladbach] — 3,060

Serie A: Francesco Caputo [Empoli], Samir Handanovic, [Inter], Alessio Cragno [Cagliari], Lukasz Skorupski [Bologna] — 3,420

La Liga: Diego Lopez [Espanyol] — 3,420

 

Average attendance

Premier League: 38,181

Bundesliga: 43,444

Serie A: 24,931

La Liga: 26,933

 

Highest attendance

Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Arsenal, March 2 2019 — 81,332

Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund 3-2 Bayern Munich, November 10 2018 — 81,365

Serie A: Inter 1-0 Milan, October 21 2018 — 78,725

La Liga: Barcelona 5-1 Real Madrid, October 28 2018 — 93,265

 

Lowest attendance

Premier League: Bournemouth 2-1 Huddersfield Town, December 4 2018 — 9,980

Bundesliga: Mainz 0-0 Wolfsburg, September 26 2018 — 19,205

Serie A: SPAL 1-0 Parma, August 26 2018 — 7,000

La Liga: Eibar 3-0 Espanyol, January 21 2019 — 3,652

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