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The MARCA 100: The best players from the 2021/22 season – Marca.com

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The official MARCA 100 for 2021/22, as voted for by 73 experts around the world
June 30 officially brings the 2021/22 season to a close, so what better time to reflect on what has happened in the world of football since August 2021?
To finally sign off on 2021/22, MARCA are back with the annual MARCA 100, taking a look at the 100 best players from the last season.
This year, we’ve expanded our team and have consulted experts from all over the world to ensure that we got our list right.
The 2021/22 MARCA 100 will be revealed throughout this Thursday, June 30, and we’ll be providing updates right here as the day goes on, with the following schedule:
The final 20 names will be revealed in a special stream live on MARCA’s YouTube and Twitch channels.

The undisputed best player in the world during the 2021/22 season, Karim Benzema, has had a near-perfect year. Champion and winner of the Pichichi in LaLiga, champion and top scorer in the Champions League, he overtook Di Stefano and equalled Raul as Real Madrid’s second highest scorer in history, he won the Nations League with France…

A dream year for Karim, whose goals in Real Madrid’s Champions League comebacks will go down in the history of the competition and of the club. Number 1 in MARCA’s 100 by a landslide, Karim gets the award and the recognition for a brilliant career.
Karim Benzema – Real Madrid
Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid
Vinicius Jr. – Real Madrid
Mo Salah – Liverpool
Kylian Mbappe – PSG
Luka Modric – Real Madrid
Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City
Robert Lewandowski – Bayern Munich
Virgil van Dijk – Liverpool
Sadio Mane – Liverpool
Bernardo Silva – Manchester City
Erling Haaland – B. Dortmund
Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool
Luis Diaz – Porto/Liverpool
Rafael Leao – AC Milan
Cristopher Nkunku – RB Leipzig
Son Heung-Min – Tottenham Hotspur
Darwin Nunez – Benfica
Joao Cancelo – Manchester City
Rodri – Manchester City
Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United
Thiago Alcantara – Liverpool
David Alaba – Real Madrid
Fede Valverde – Real Madrid
Phil Foden – Manchester City
Leo Messi – PSG
Dusan Vlahovic – Fiorentina/Juventus
Fabinho – Liverpool
Theo Hernandez – Milan
Antonio Rudiger – Chelsea
Pedri – Barcelona
Alisson Becker – Liverpool
Eder Militao – Real Madrid
Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
Gavi – Barcelona
Aurelien Tchouameni – Monaco
Lautaro Martinez – Inter
Joshua Kimmich – Bayern Munich
Thomas Muller – Bayern Munich
Rafael Santos Borre – Eintracht
Arnaut Danjuma – Villarreal
Mike Maignan – AC Milan
Raul Albiol – Villarreal
Sebastian Haller – Ajax
Nabil Fekir – Real Betis
Fikayo Tomori – AC Milan
Sandro Tonali – AC Milan
Filip Kostic – Eintracht Frankfurt
Ivan Perisic – Inter
Diogo Jota – Liverpool
Andrew Robertson – Liverpool
Declan Rice – West Ham
Aymeric Laporte – Manchester City
Mason Mount – Chelsea
Ronald Araujo – Barcelona
Reece James – Chelsea
Neymar – PSG
Ciro Immobile – Lazio
Pablo Sarabia – Sporting CP
Sergio Canales – Real Betis
Tammy Abraham – Roma
Marcelo Brozovic – Inter
Antony – Ajax
Yannick Carrasco – Atletico Madrid
Patrik Schick – Bayer Leverkusen
Karim Adeyemi – RB Salzburg
Achraf Hakimi – Paris Saint-Germain
Wissam Ben Yedder – Monaco
James Tavernier – Rangers
Lorenzo Pellegrini – Roma
Iago Aspas – Celta Vigo
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Lazio
Ousmane Dembele – Barcelona
Luis Sinisterra – Feyenoord
Mikel Merino – Real Sociedad
Gleison Bremer – Torino
Lucas Paqueta – Lyon
Dimitri Payet – Marseille
Gerard Deulofeu – Udinese
Bono – Sevilla
Kalidou Koulibaly – Napoli
Iker Muniain – Athletic Club
Diego Carlos – Sevilla
Nico Schlotterbeck – Freiburg
Domenico Berardi – Sassuolo
Nahuel Molina – Udinese
Fabian Ruiz – Napoli
Giovanni Simeone – Hellas Verona
Bruno Guimaraes – Newcastle United
Jonathan Clauss – Lens
Sergio Gomez – Anderlecht
Marco Reus – Borussia Dortmund
Martin Terrier – Rennes
Charles De Ketelaere – Club Brugge
Raul de Tomas – Espanyol
Taremi – Porto
Fabio Vieira – Porto
Anthony Modeste – Koln
Deniz Undav – Union SG
Cody Gakpo – PSV
How were the MARCA 100 chosen?
In total, 73 judges were assembled and each chose their 50 best players from the 2021/22 season, from a pre-established 100-player shortlist. The players in contention had to have played in Europe, though nationality doesn’t come into play.
Each judge ordered their players from 1-50, with No.1 being the best in their eyes and picking up the most points, and those points awarded reduced all the way down to No.50.
© Junio 2022 Unidad Editorial Información Deportiva, S.L.U. All rights reserved.
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