FPL 2018/19 REVIEW: End of Season Statistics
The Premier League season ended on Sunday 12th May 2019, with the final of the 380 league matches taking place. Man City won the league by a single point ahead of Liverpool, there were three Golden Boot winners, whilst Huddersfield, Fulham and Cardiff had long been relegated. With the 2018/19 season in the rear-view, we look back at the defining statistics for Fantasy Football players in the form of graphics that highlight the top ten players in various categories. All aboard.
FPL 2018/19: Statistical Review of the Season
The best Fantasy Premier League player in the world, Adam Levy, registered 2,659 points, 57 points more than the rest of the competition. For the second season running, Mohamed Salah was the top points-scoring player in the game.
Liverpool largely dominated the FPL landscape this season, with their players finishing as the best Goalkeeper, Defender and Midfielder, whilst The Reds also featured 5 times in the top 10 players.
With FPL statistics covering goals, assists, clean sheets, and bonus points, we provide a graphic for the main FPL stats from across the season.
Please enjoy the gallery below, and you can find more FPL stats on our specialised statistical Twitter account, @HypeTrainStats, throughout next season.
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