These teams have made won the highest number of matches this term

Manchester United may still be suffering from their record 7-0 defeat to Liverpool, but they can find some comfort in the knowledge that they will be among the top teams in Europe in all competitions in 2022–23.

The top five European leagues have had an exciting and competitive season, with some unexpected contenders joining the regular suspects at the top. There were also a few early surprises in both the domestic cups and Europe.

The six teams from Europe’s top leagues that have won 25 or more games across all competitions thus far in 2022–23, clubs with the most match wins in the 2022-23 season are listed below:

6. PSG: 28

Any team that features the front three of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar will win football games, notwithstanding PSG’s World Cup hangover. It isn’t complicated science.

Despite being eliminated from the Champions League, PSG ranks fifth in the most victories in the top five European leagues. They will concentrate on Ligue and try to extend their winning streak because their primary objective has been European glory, which has so far escaped them.

5. Napoli: 28

With a 15-point advantage at the top of Serie A and 21 victories from 25 league games, Luciano Spalletti’s team has the best record among the top five leagues in Europe. Also, they have won six of their last seven Champions League games. unknown contenders for the European throne?
Given their enormous lead over the club in second place, they have maintained a brutal team in Serie A and are expected to win the title.

4. Barcelona: 28

Barcelona may have had a dismal season in Europe, losing to Bayern Munich, Inter, and Manchester United, and winning just twice against Viktoria Plzen in eight appearances in the Champions League and Europa League, but they have been extremely reliable at home.

With 21 victories from 25 Liga games, they have a sizable advantage at the top and are in a good position to advance to the Copa del Rey finals.

3. Manchester City: 29

This season, Pep Guardiola’s team hasn’t played to their highest standards. They have their work cut out for them if they want to defeat Arsenal in the Premier League title chase after Nathan Jones’ Southampton eliminated them from the League Cup. They are, of course, included in this list. It would be foolish of you to rule them out from winning one or even more championships in May.

2. Real Madrid: 29

Carlo Ancelotti could lose his position at the Bernabeu if rumours in the Spanish press are to be followed. Given that Los Blancos are nine points behind Barcelona in LaLiga and fell to them 1-0 at home in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals, this is not a huge surprise.

Madrid, though, has far from been a complete failure this season, as evidenced by their overall victory percentage. They easily advanced past the group round of the Champions League, and their 5-2 triumph at Anfield was an important reminder of their heritage.

1. Manchester United: 31

The 7-0 loss at Anfield likely puts an end to any discussion of the quadruple, but Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils have been impressive on four different fronts this campaign, so one significant off-day shouldn’t diminish that, it could have been 32 today if had beaten Southampton as they had to share a point.

With a ruthless 2-0 victory over Newcastle in the League Cup final and a shrewd display that appeared to be straight ahead of the Ferguson era, they have already broken a six-year trophy drought. They continue to be one of the hot contenders for the FA Cup and Europa League, so there is a good probability they will win more hardware.

Arsenal and Manchester City are the only teams with more Premier League victories. United are still on track to achieve its major goal of making the Champions League.

**This article was last updated on 15th March 2023.

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