Jack Grealish’s All-Time Stats In The Premier League

Jack Grealish
Jack Grealish

Here are Jack Grealish’s all-time stats in the Premier League

What comes into your mind at first the instant you hear the name of Jack Grealish? Grealish became one of the most expensive players in football history when Manchester City signed him for 117 million euros in 2021/22 season.

This article will tell you about Jack Grealish’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Attack

  • Goals – 18
  • Goals per match – 0.15
  • Headed goals – 1
  • Goals with right foot – 13
  • Goals with left foot – 4
  • Penalties scored – 0
  • Freekicks scored – 0
  • Shots – 197
  • Shots on target – 67
  • Shooting accuracy – 34%
  • Hit wood work – 4
  • Big chances missed – 16

Team Play

  • Assists – 19
  • Passes – 3,964
  • Passes per match – 32.49
  • Big Chances Created – 31
  • Crosses – 306

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 18
  • Red cards – 0
  • Fouls – 102
  • Offsides – 18

Defence

  • Tackles – 94
  • Blocked shots – 74
  • Interceptions – 64
  • Clearances – 27
  • Headed Clearance – 11

Individual

  • Appearances – 122
  • Goals – 18
  • Assists – 19
  • Wins – 47
  • Loses – 53

Jack Grealish was one of the best players in 2020/21 season and his performance at Crystal Palace attracted Pep Guardiola who later signed the midfielder for worth 117 million euros. It was the most expensive transfer in Premier League history.

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The 24-year-old recently won his first Premier League title with the Manchester City. He was literally the happiest person to lift the trophy and was celebrated more than anyone else. Well, of course you’ll also be as happy as Grealish if you win the world’s best league’s title.

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Most Expensive Transfers Per Season

  1. 12/13 – Thiago Silva (€42m)
  2. 13/14 – Gareth Bale (€101m)
  3. 14/15 – Luis Suarez (€81.7m)
  4. 15/16 – Kevin De Bruyne (€76m)
  5. 16/17 – Paul Pogba (€105m)
  6. 17/18 – Neymar (€222m)
  7. 18/19 – Kylian Mbappe (€145m)
  8. 19/20 – Joao Felix (127.2m)
  9. 20/21 – Kai Havertz (€80m)
  10. 21/22 – Jack Grealish (€117.5m)

The final day of the 2021/22 Premier League showed us one of the greatest moments in the English league’s history. Ilkay Gundogan stole the show for the Blues after scoring the third goal of the match (his second) against Aston Villa.

The English midfielder had a great opportunity to win the UEFA Champions League this season. But unfortunately, City lost to Real Madrid in the semi-finals and their dream of winning their first ever UCL title got over.