Top 10 Clubs With Most Goals In 2022

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Here are the top 10 clubs with most goals in 2022

Which clubs has scored most goals in 2022? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their performing stats in this year.

Some small clubs have scored more goals than some European giants. But then again, we have to accept the fact that they are playing in much less competitive league.

This article will tell you about the top 10 clubs with most goals in 2022.

Clubs With Most Goals

  1. Liverpool – 23 games 49 goals
  2. Chelsea – 23 games 47 goals
  3. RB Leipzig – 17 games 46 goals
  4. Barcelona – 20 games 45 goals
  5. Marseille – 21 games 42 goals
  6. Manchester City – 19 games 41 goals
  7. Real Betis – 22 games 41 goals
  8. Tottenham – 19 games 40 goals
  9. Real Madrid – 21 games 40 goals
  10. Bayern Munich – 16 games 39 goals

Liverpool played a 3-3 draw with Benfica in second leg of UEFA Champions League quarter-final. They however won the QF on aggregate score of 6-4.

Real Madrid may have lost to Chelsea in the second leg but they won the QF on aggregate score of 6-5. Karim Benzema scored the winning goal at Santiago Bernabeu in 85th minute.

On Friday, Frankfurt defeated Barcelona 2-3 in the second leg of UEFA Champions League quarter-final. The aggregate score finished on 3-4 and the Catalans were knocked out by a mere German club.

After the game, Xavi spoke out the words of his disappointment and said:

“This is a very big disappointment, a real shame because we wanted to win this competition but we have to congratulate Eintracht, they deserved to advance to the semis and we didn’t do well. We didn’t play like we have recently, that is why we’re out.

“We tried, but our problem was the football. We had possession but we didn’t take advantage of it, our mistake. It was a fateful night. We made many mistakes, their second goal comes from a turnover, the penalty was an error, and in the third goal we are pressing one side of the pitch and allow them to move to the other. It was something we talked about and cannot happen. We have to be self-critical, we didn’t do well and that’s why we’re out.

“Now we have to recover the players and continue to compete. We play Cádiz on Monday, the league is what’s left and we have to keep going. We cannot move away from the path we were on, we have to believe in what we’re doing. We have played great games, but losses are also part of football. If this is a failure, and I don’t want to use that word, we will learn more from our mistakes. This loss must make us believe in our ideas more, it’s a matter of time and patience.”