‘Opta’s’ power ranking of the best football clubs in the world, ‘Tottenham only 28th?

Where are the best soccer clubs in the world?

The British ‘Sports Bible’ reported on the 5th (Korea time) that “A supercomputer has listed the 20 best soccer clubs in the world. The power ranking system by ‘Opta’ scored more than 13,000 clubs on a scale of 0 to 100. Finally, the debate can be settled.”

The publication revealed the 20 most highly rated clubs in the world based on the power rankings by soccer statistics company Opta. At the top of the list is Manchester City (100 points, England). The club was recognized for its historic triumph last season, winning the English Premier League (EPL), English FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League (UCL).토토사이트

In second place is Bayern Munich (96.1 points, Germany). Along with Barcelona, they are the only clubs in history to have won two trebles. The addition of South Korean international defender Kim Min-jae this summer has raised eyebrows. They are also in the hunt for world-class striker Harry Kane.

In third place is Liverpool (94.1 points, England). Despite finishing fifth in the EPL last season and missing out on a UCL ticket, the Reds are still one of England’s most prestigious clubs. They are looking to bounce back this summer with the signings of Dominik Sobosler and Alexis McAllister.

UCL runners-up Inter Milan (93.4 points, Italy), Italian champions Napoli (93.3 points, Italy), 14-time UCL champions Real Madrid (93.2 points, Spain), Bundesliga powerhouse Leipzig (93. 2 points, Germany), EPL runner-up Arsenal (92.8 points, England), England’s prestigious Manchester United (92.3 points, England), and Bundesliga powerhouse Dortmund (92 points, Germany) rounded out the top 10. Porto (90.8, Portugal) at #13, Newcastle United (90.6, England) at #14, Salzburg (89.7, Austria) at #16, and Brighton (89.3, England) at #18 are also high on the list.

Tottenham Hotspur (87.7 points, England), where Son Heung-min is a living legend, was ranked 28th, despite its reputation as one of the top six teams in the EPL. Chelsea (86.8 points, England), who crashed and burned last season after investing heavily, also suffered a humiliating 36th place finish.

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