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Barcelona's Lionel Messi wins Sky Sports La Liga Power Rankings 2017/18
Last Updated: 21/05/18 1:21pm
Barcelona's Lionel Messi has won the Sky Sports La Liga Power Rankings by an unprecedented margin - but who else made the top 50?
Messi ended the season with a league-topping 34 goals and 12 assists - picking up his fifth European Golden Shoe.
As a measure of his dominance in the rankings this term, the Argentine collected a staggering 65 per cent more Power Rankings points than runner-up Luis Suarez and 38 per cent more than Premier League winner Mohamed Salah.
Cristiano Ronaldo had only scored four league goals in mid-January but hit form during a 7-1 win against Deportivo and ended the campaign on 26 goals to secure third spot in the chart.
Former Liverpool striker Iago Aspas has scored 22 goals for Celta Vigo to claim a spot in Spain's World Cup squad, while Espanyol forward Gerard Moreno has excelled in duels and aerials - in addition to scoring 16 goals.
Atletico Madrid stopper Jan Oblak made the top 10 with 22 clean sheets and 109 saves - edging Barca 'keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen's 19 shutouts and 98 saves.
Atleti team-mate Antoine Griezmann ranked seventh with 19 goals - but failed to commit to the club after winning the Europa League - while Saul claimed ninth spot.
Finally, Valencia duo Rodrigo and Daniel Parejo were also among the top performers after Marcelino's men battled Atleti and Real for runners-up in La Liga before ending the campaign in fourth.
Salah wins PL Power Rankings
Mohamed Salah wins Sky Sports Power Rankings for 2017/18 Premier League season
The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points to players for 32 different stats.
Check out the final top 50 and your club's top-ranked player in the tables below...
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