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2017-18 Premier League team of the season so far

ANALYST
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16.66K   //    09 Apr 2018, 15:19 IST

Everton v Manchester City - Premier League
Manchester City players have been terrific throughout the season

The Premier League is the most competitive and most followed football league in the world. The competition has lived up to the expectations this season too as we have seen brilliant goals, charged up clashes and moments of individual brilliance amidst all the drama.

The thrill of such competitive football makes it the most marketable league int the world. The League has some of the best players from world football plying their trade week in week out.

A star-studded Manchester City have all but wrapped up the title but with the race for Europe and relegation still ongoing, there could be a few more thrills and spills.

As we come to the conclusion of yet another engrossing Premier League campaign, we take a look at the players who make it to the best XI of the season. This team is dominated by Manchester City players, who have been consistent throughout the campaign.


Goalkeeper

David de Gea (Manchester United)

Matches: 32, Clean Sheets: 16, Goals Conceeded: 25, Saves: 103

Manchester City v Manchester United - Premier League
David de Gea has been United's number 1 player for the past 5 seasons

With Manuel Neuer injured and missing for most of the season, David de Gea has cemented his place as the best goalkeeper in the world. His incredible displays between the sticks have put Manchester United on course for a runners-up finish. Without him, the Red Devils might not have beenwhere they are as he has often managed jaw-dropping saves.

He has been head and shoulders above the rest of the keepers in the Premier League and tops the list for the most clean-sheets this season with 16 shutouts to his name.

Also read: 5 reasons why David de Gea will stay at Manchester United

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He is likely to win the club's Player of the Year award for a record fourth time and United fans all over the world will be praying that Real Madrid don't come hunting for their prized asset again in the summer.

Unlucky to miss out: Ederson (Manchester City), Nick Pope (Burnley)

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