Close to the end of Premier League, we are looking at the five most offensive teams this year. As they say, offense is your best defense, so it’s no surprise that these top 5 teams, are actually the top 5 teams in Premier League, sorted by points as well
1. Manchester United
The current leader in Premier League, 3 rounds before the season is over Manchester United is first in this ranking. The team has scored an average of 2.0286 goals per match making them the most offensive team in Premiership. The Red Devils have scored a total of 71 goals (up to round 35), from which 43 have been at home on Old Trafford, and 28 as visitors. Here’s a footage of some of their goals this season:
Ranked 2 this season, is Arsenal who are currently third in the overall placement in Premier League. The team has scored an average of 1.9429 goals per match but has won fewer points. Arsenal has scored a total of 68 goals so far into the season (up to round 35), 32 at home, and 36 away, making them the best visitor in Premier league. Footage below on some of their goals this season:
Despite their overall placement for now (second with 70 points) Chelsea is taking the 3rd spot in the most offensive teams ranking. The team has scored an average of 1.8857 goals per match, but has managed to win more games than Arsenal. Chelsea has scored a total of 66 goals this season (up to round 35), 37 at home and 29 away. Here’s a footage of some of Chelsea’s goals this season:
4. Manchester City
After a very good performance this year, looks like Manchester City will be keeping their 4th spot in Premier League, as well as in the Top 5 most offensive teams. The team has scored an average of 1.5588 goals per match which will be enough for them to participate in Champions League next season. Manchester City has scored a total of 53 goals (up to round 35), 30 at home and 23 away. Below is a footage of some of their goals:
Although last in this ranking, let’s face it Liverpool has been the team that you would at least expect to be around the top 5 spots in any ranking this season. The team has scored an average of 1.5429 goals per match and currently takes the 5th position in Premier League (up to round 35). Liverpool has scored a total of 54 goals this season 37 at home and 17 away. Below is a video of a few goals of theirs:
Despite the fact that there are 3 more rounds in this season, the list should not change very much, if it changes at all.
Updated May 22nd 2011 – season over: The spots stay the same, although there’s a slight change in the numbers.