Kevin De Bruyne’s All-Time Stats In The Premier League

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The untold story of Kevin de Bruyne

Here are Kevin De Bruyne’s all-time stats in the Premier League

What comes into your mind at first the instant you hear the name of Kevin De Bruyne? De Bruyne is unarguably one of the best midfielders of all time and probably the best one in the Premier League.

This article will tell you about Kevin De Bruyne’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

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All-Time Stats

Attack

  • Goals – 57
  • Goals per match – 0.27
  • Headed goals – 0
  • Goals with right foot – 38
  • Goals with left foot – 19
  • Penalties scored – 4
  • Freekicks scored – 3
  • Shots – 521
  • Shots on target – 186
  • Shooting accuracy – 36%
  • Hit wood work – 28
  • Big chances missed – 20

Team Play

  • Assists – 86
  • Passes – 10,952
  • Passes per match – 52.15
  • Big Chances Created – 132
  • Crosses – 1,430

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 17
  • Red cards – 0
  • Fouls – 168
  • Offsides – 21

Defence

  • Tackles – 275
  • Blocked shots – 147
  • Interceptions – 103
  • Clearances – 82
  • Headed Clearance – 46
De Bruyne's consistency is unreal at Man City
Kevin De Bruyne

Individual

  • Appearances – 210
  • Goals – 57
  • Assists – 86
  • Wins – 146
  • Loses – 28

Kevin De Bruyne has been one of the best players for Manchester City since his joining. He has won them every possible trophy except the most prestigious one – UEFA Champions League.

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Let us tell you that in August 2015, Man City signed him for 55 million pounds, making him the second costliest purchase by any English club. In April 2016, he led Man City to the semi-finals of UCL 2016-17. This was the first time that Man City had reached this far in UCL.

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Most Expensive Departures (Bundesliga to PL)

  1. Jadon Sancho – €85m
  2. Kai Havertz – €80m
  3. Kevin De Bruyne – €76m
  4. Christian Pulisic – €64m
  5. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – €63m
  6. Erling Haaland – €60m
  7. Naby Keita – €60m
  8. Timo Werner – €53m
  9. Leory Sane – €52m
  10. Sebastien Haller – €50m

The Belgian midfielder had a great opportunity to win the UCL 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.

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.

And guess what? De Bruyne was the one who gave the assist for the third goal. He is simply unmatchable right now in terms of vision and passing.

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Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.