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Premier League Team of the Season: Salah, Hazard, Van Dijk, Sterling shines

Premier League Team of the Season 2018-19: Salah, Hazard, Van Dijk & Sterling shines.

Manchester City are the first team in a decade to retain the title and Liverpool pushed them all the way with players on both sides impressive

Manchester City claimed their second consecutive Premier League title 2018-19 at the Amex Stadium 4-1 win but there are high confusing to lifting the trophy throughout the season due to the uncertainty of the teams with close EPL points.

Pep Guardiola’s men are honoured in our team of the season. Runners-up Liverpool pushed City all the way with their 97-point total becoming the third-highest in the history of English football.

Likewise, they have strong representation. That doesn’t leave a lot of room for outsiders to crash the top two.

Salah, Hazard, Van Dijk & Sterling in the Premier League Team of the Season 2018-19

1 -  Ederson    (Manchester City) - GK

Alisson might have claimed the Golden Gloves for most clean sheets but Ederson’s kicking – short or long – gives him the slightest advantage over his fellow countryman in this list. His style of football is a perfect match for Pep Guardiola.

2 -  Trent Alexander-Arnold   (Liverpool)

The young Liverpudlian has set a new record for the number of assists provided by a Premier League defender in any given season. That is no mean feat for a 20-year-old and Alexander-Arnold was no less solid for it in a defensive capacity.

3 -  Virgil Van Dijk    (Liverpool)

Van Dijk was deservedly rewarded for his dominance and consistency with the PFA Player of the Year award this season. Eyebrows were raised at a £75 million price tag but he already looks like a bargain.

4 -  Aymeric Laporte  (Manchester City)

Laporte is the man who gets City going in a possession sense and rarely loses out one on one in his duels.

5 -  Andy Robertson  (Liverpool)

The Scotland captain’s stock continues to rise and rise after his most consistent season to date. He contributed 11 assists and was one of the league’s most productive players as Liverpool pushed Manchester City all the way in the race for the Premier League title.

6 -  Bernardo Silva   (Manchester City)

From bit-part player last season to indispensable this time around, Bernardo Silva was arguably the best player in the best team this country has ever seen. For much of the season, City were without Kevin De Bruyne as their creative hub but Bernardo ensured he wouldn’t be missed.

7 -  Fernandinho   (Manchester City)

Guardiola has found it exceedingly difficult to find a replacement in the transfer market for the Brazilian, whose importance to the City effort might be finally on the wane as he faces injury trouble.

8 -  Eden Hazard   (Chelsea)

He has been involved in a staggering 16 goals and 15 assists this season for Maurizio Sarri’s side, who have struggled to conjure any sort of magic without the Belgium captain.

9 -  Raheem Sterling  (Manchester City)

The Football Writers’ Player of the Year this season, Sterling goes from strength to strength under Guardiola. He looks such an assured attacker in terms of his all-round game that it is easy to forget he is still only 24. He scored 17 times and assisted another 12 for City this season,

10 -  Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

His four Premier League titles and five consecutive seasons of scoring 20-plus goals should now mark him out as the top flight’s greatest-ever front-man.

 11 -  Sadio Mane (Liverpool)

The most consistent of Liverpool’s much-vaunted front three all season long, Mane plundered goals at key times and was the Reds’ go-to man down the home stretch in particular. The Senegal captain got 22 goals in the league in all as City went toe to toe with Manchester City right down to the final day of the season


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