While waiting for the Premier League to return, the statistics site Whoscored has launched the best Premier League Squad since the start of the season.
Best Premier League squad from the start of the season: Which star of MU is featured?
Goals and assists created by Raul Jimenez this season: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c2GyAUfPWk
In the meantime waiting for the Premier League to return, statistics site Whoscored has launched the typical Premier League squad as of March 10. The selection criteria are based on the average number of points/match scored by Whoscored himself after each match for players who have made 15 or more appearances.
Liverpool is having an extremely successful season and is almost certain to win the league. However, they also occupy only 3/11 positions in this typical team. The first name mentioned was Sadio Mane. The Senegal winger has exploded with 14 goals and 7 assists. No. 10 of Liverpool is also the player who has won many titles “Best Player of the Match” by Whoscored (7 times).
The other two Liverpool players in this Premier League Squad list are Virgil van Dijk and Andrew Robertson. The Dutch center-back continued to perform as high as he did last season to help Liverpool own the most solid defense in the league and is also the most accurate passing player in the English Premier League (2210 times). Likewise the case of Andrew Robertson.
The position of right-back and right-winger are extremely unexpected names when they belong to Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City) and Adama Traore (Wolves). Pereira has an average score of 7.5, better than Alexander Arnold (7.3) and Wan – Bissaka (7.21). Meanwhile, Wolves’ 37 is the most successful dribbler in the Premier League (145 times).
The only MU player to make the Premier League Squad list was captain Harry Maguire. The English center-back has proved his worth with his ability to command the defense as well as cut the ball very well. Maguire is the second most prolific player in the tournament (80 times) and has a 76% success rate.
In the goalkeeper position, Leno of Arsenal is also a surprise when the German goalkeeper is not the one who keeps the cleanest sheets and saves the most. However, the stable performance helped Leno get the highest average score in the butt played in 15 matches in the English Premier League (6.88 points).
Meanwhile, the arrival of Kevin De Bruyne and James Maddison, two central midfield positions is not surprising. The Belgian midfielder is the player with the highest average score of the tournament (7.92 points) while the English player also plays very sublimated with 6 goals, 3 assists and is the player who created many chances. Assembly from the first penalty kick award (38 times).
None of the Big 6 strikers made their way into the Premier League Squad when the two positions on the front line belonged to Raul Jiminez (Wolves) and Richarlison (Everton). The Mexican striker has 13 goals and 6 assists this season, equaling the performance of the previous season (less than 1 assist). Meanwhile, Richarlison is becoming the “trump card” of Everton’s attack this season when the average score is quite high (7.32 points).
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