2020/21 Europa League FedEx Performance Zone: Top performers
Monday, May 31, 2021
Find out who were the top performers for the 2020/21 UEFA Europa League based on the FedEx Performance Zone rankings.
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Pau López (Roma)
The 26-year-old kept five clean sheets and made 35 saves to help Roma advance to the semi-finals.
Matt Doherty (Tottenham)
Two assists, three clean sheets and a pass completion rate of 83% meant that Doherty produced the goods at both ends of the pitch this term.
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
The Argentinian won more tackles (25) than any other player to help the Yellow Submarine to a maiden European triumph.
Raúl Albiol (Villarreal)
The Villarreal captain led by example, scoring twice and keeping a competition-best six clean sheets in 2020/21 to steer his side to glory.
Borna Barišić (Rangers)
With three goals and three assists, the Croatian was among the top-scoring defenders as Rangers progressed to the last 16.
Leon Bailey (Leverkusen)
Having contributed five goals and two assists in six outings, the Jamaican winger was involved in a goal every 73 minutes for Leverkusen.
Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Molde)
Eikrem was a pivotal presence for Molde, chipping in three goals and four assists as the Norwegian club reached the last 16 for the first time.
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
The Portuguese managed five goals and four assists as he topped the FedEx Performance Zone rankings for 2020/21.
Nicolas Pépé (Arsenal)
The Arsenal attacker struck six times and provided four assists to fire the Gunners into this season's semi-finals.
Borja Mayoral (Roma)
Mayoral ended the season as the competition's joint top scorer with seven goals, also chipping in two assists before the Italian side bowed out in the last four.
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal)
The 29-year-old was central to the Spanish side's success, scoring seven times – including the opener in the final – and posting five assists.
The team is made up of the highest-scoring players this season in the FedEx Performance Zone rankings.
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Note: While the FedEx Performance Zone is a form tracker taking into account domestic and European games, the Team of the season is based purely on form shown in the UEFA Europa League.