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With each of the 2021/22 campaigns over in the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1, we're taking a look at the players who outperformed the rest from these leagues. We're going to be looking at the players who scored the most goals, created the most goals and stopped the most goals across Europe's top five leagues.

Premier League

The Top Performers in 2021/22: Which players shone in Europe's Top 5 Leagues

Goalscorers

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Tottenham's Son Heung-Min ended the season as the joint-top goalscorers in the Premier League with 23-goals apiece, and both players even scored on the final day of the season to ensure that they shared the award. Man Utd's veteran forward, Cristiano Ronaldo proved that he still has what it takes to challenge for the golden boot, netting 18-goals for the Red Devils, while Harry Kane finished fourth on 17-goals and Sadio Mane ended up in fifth spot with 16-goals.

Creators

Mohamed Salah not only scored the joint-highest number of goals this season he also created the most as well, finishing the campaign with 13-assists. Another of Liverpool's stars came in second place with 12 -assists, Trent Alexander-Arnold, while Harvey Barnes, Jared Bowen, Mason Mount and Andrew Robertson all chipped in with 10-assists apiece.

Shot-Stoppers

As you might expect, Liverpool's Alisson and Man City's Ederson both claimed the most clean sheets in the Premier League this season with 20 apiece. Hugo Lloris of Tottenham had the third-highest amount with 16, Edouard Mendy of Chelsea kept 14 clean sheets and Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale kept a respective 12 clean sheets this season.

Serie A

Domenico Berardi goal celebrate sassuolo

Goalscorers

Lazio's Immobile had another great season in front of goal, netting 27 times, seven of which arrived in the form of penalties. Vlahovic finished in the runners-up spot with 24 goals for Juventus, though, most were scored in a Fiorentina shirt. Martinez of the eventual runners-up in the league, Inter Milan, came third with 21-goals. Both Tammy Abraham of Roma and Verona's Simeone finished the season with 17-goals each.

Creators

Italian international and Sassuolo star, Berardi claimed 14-assists this season, two more than his nearest rivals. The Inter Milan duo of Barella and Calhanoglu came up with 12-assists each, while Lazio midfielder Milinkovic-Savic setup 11-goals for his teammates.

Shot-Stoppers

Nobody made more saves than Empoli's Guglielmo Vicario with a massive 152, followed by Lukasz Skorupski of Bologna who made 125 saves. Salvatore Sirigu saved 123 shots this season for relegated Genoa, while Ivan Provedel of Spezia made 116 saves. Rui Patricio was the highest of the teams that finished in the top six, making 106 saves in what was an excellent debut season for Roma.

Bundesliga

The Top Performers in 2021/22: Which players shone in Europe's Top 5 Leagues

Goalscorers

Lewandowski once again topped the goalscoring charts in Germany's top flight with an amazing 35-goals, but will he be there next season? Schick continued his fine form from Euro 2020 by scoring 24-goals in the league for Leverkusen this season, while Haaland had to settle for third place with 22-goals in his last season with Dortmund. The French duo of Modeste of Cologne and Nkunku of RB Leipzig both finished the season with 20 league goals.

Creators

With Lewandowski scoring so many goals for Bayern, it is hardly surprising to see Muller topping the chart with 18-assists. Nkunku not only scored goals for RB Leipzig he also created 13 as well in what was an impressive season for the young forward. Leverkusen's Diaby and Reus of Dortmund both created 12-goals apiece for their clubs and Kimmich and Raum setup 11-goals each for Bayern and Hoffenheim respectively.

Shot-Stoppers

Swiss international shot-stopper, Sommer saved more shots than anyone else this season, 131 for his underachieving Borussia Monchengladbach side. Hertha Berlin's Ortega came second on the list with 128 saves and Leverkusen's Hradecky finished third with 119 shots saved. Riemann of Bochum saved 118 shots and Trapp of the underperforming Frankfurt saved 115 efforts.

La Liga

The Top Performers in 2021/22: Which players shone in Europe's Top 5 Leagues

Goalscorers

Benzema had his best-ever goalscoring season with 27-goals in la Liga for the league winners Real Madrid. Celta Vigo's Aspas finished as the runner-up with 18-goals and de Tomas of Espanyol and Junior of Real Madrid both found the back of the net 17 times. Real Betis' Juanmi and Unal of Getafe both fired in 16 goals apiece, while Joselu of Alaves scored 14-goals.

Creators

Despite not having any of the league's top goalscorers in their side, Barcelona's Dembele top this particular chart with 13-assists. Real Madrid's Benzema chipped with 12-assists to go along with his 27-goals in La Liga this season, while four players tied for the joint-third spot with 10-assists each, Alba of Barcelona, Muniain of Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid's Vinicius Junior and Parejo of Villarreal.

Shot-Stoppers

Real Sociedad's Remiro kept 19 clean sheets in 35 games this season, topping the shot-stoppers chart. Courtois of Real Madrid kept his opponents out on 16 occasions, while Rulli of Villarreal and Celta Vigo's Dituro both kept 14 clean sheets of their own. Sevilla's Bono managed to keep 13 clean sheets this season along with, Soria of Getafe and Cadiz's goalkeeper, Ledesma.

Ligue 1

Kylian Mbappe PSG

Goalscorers

PSG's Mbappe scored 28-goals in Ligue 1 this season so the club will be over the moon to have their star player on a new hefty contract. Ben Yedder of Monaco wasn't too far behind his international teammate, netting 25-goals. Dembele of Lyon and Terrier of Rennes both netted 21-goals in Ligue 1, while Nice forward, Delort, scored 18 times.

Creators

As well as being the league's top goalscorer, Mbappe created more goals than anyone else with 17-assists to his name. Messi didn't deliver in the goals department as everyone expected but the veteran Argentina forward did setup 14-goals for his teammates. Bourigeaud created 12-goals and finished third in the Ligue 1 assists chart.

Shot-Stoppers

Montpellier's Omlin saved more than any other goalkeeper in Ligue this season with 120 saves. Reim's Predrag Rajkovic wasn't far behind Omlin with 118 saves, while Bizut of Brest finished third with 116 hots saved. Lafont of Nantes saved 110 shots and was closely followed by Lopes of Lyon with 107 saves. Monaco's Nubel made 106 saves and averaged 2.79 saves per game.

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