Virgil Van Dijk’s All Time Premier League Stats

Virgil Van Dijk
Virgil Van Dijk

Here are Virgil Van Dijk’s all-time stats in the Premier League

What comes into your mind at first the instant you hear the name of Virgil Van Dijk? He is undoubtedly the best Dutch in the Premier League since he is the only Virgil Van Dijk to have won the prestigious UCL title.

He is one of the best defenders in Premier League history. This article will tell you about Virgil Van Dijk’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Defence

  • Clean sheets – 82
  • Goals Conceded – 174
  • Tackles – 203
  • Tackle success – 69%
  • Last man tackles – 5
  • Blocked shots – 34
  • Interceptions – 313
  • Clearances – 1,035
  • Headed Clearance – 580
  • Clearances off line – 3
  • Recoveries – 1,048
  • Duels won – 1,243
  • Duels lost – 455
  • Successful 50/50s – 47
  • Aerial battles won – 901
  • Aerial battles lost – 305
  • Own goals – 0
  • Errors leading to goal – 3

Team Play

  • Assists – 4
  • Passes – 13,421
  • Passes per match – 68.47
  • Big Chances Created – 15
  • Crosses – 3

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 12
  • Red cards – 1
  • Fouls – 101
  • Offsides – 5

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Attack

  • Goals – 17
  • Headed goals – 13
  • Goals with right foot – 1
  • Goals with left foot – 3
  • Hit Woodwork – 13
Virgil Van Dijk
Virgil Van Dijk

Individual

  • Appearances – 196
  • Goals – 17
  • Assists – 4
  • Wins – 124
  • Loses – 33

In a matter of fact, Anfield will never forget Virgil Van Dijk’s amazing stint for Liverpool. He has won as many trophies as he can until now and most importantly he won UEFA Champions League title for the club.

Titles With Liverpool

  • FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP X1
  • UEFA BEST PLAYER X1
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X1
  • FA CUP X1
  • PREMIER LEAGUE X1
  • CARABAO CUP X1
  • SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP X1
  • UEFA SUPERCUP X1
  • SCOTTISH CHAMPION X1

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Let us tell you an interesting fact. We all know Real Madrid defeated Liverpool in the 2018 UCL final and the last time the Spanish club lost a UCL final was in 1981 when Liverpool beat them by 1-0.

The Dutchman have had an average season since he suffered a lot of injuries for half of the season. Hopefully he will be in a good form throughout the next season.