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Best players in the Premier League: Top 10 wingers this season

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Published May 06, 2019
May 06, 2019 IST

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The Premier League season will soon reach its conclusion after a long and exciting run. There has been drama and enough goals and entertainment throughout the year. The brilliant title run has added to the glamour of the most popular league of the world.

Key to the excitement of the league has been fantastic wide players who have added the jazz and upped the x-factor on the field. Today, we take a look at Sportskeeda's top 10 wingers for this Premier League season.

These players have mixed individual brilliance with shrewd team work and have been indispensable for their respective teams. Liverpool and Manchester City have pushed each other to the limit and the world has been a witness to a scintillating trophy challenge. It is no wonder then that both clubs have two representatives each in this list. But who has been the best winger this season in the Premier League? Read on to find out.

#10 David Brooks (Wales, Bournemouth)

David Brooks
David Brooks

The 21-year-old has caught the eye of everyone this season with his stellar display. Brooks mostly played as a right winger, however, he has been versatile enough to carry out quite a few roles for his team.

As such, the Welshman has also played as a attacking midfielder or a central midfielder, however, it is through the right side of the pitch that Brooks has been the most effective.

The Welshman is an adventurous winger, who is blessed with speed and very good finishing abilities. As such, Brooks is quite effective on the counter and has been a goal threat too. He has scored 7 goals and registered 5 assists from 30 games in the league for Bournemouth. Most of his goals have come while playing as the right winger.

Brooks likes to play through balls to set his teammates up and has the ability to draw fouls from the opposition. Once he reaches the final third of the field, the Welshman likes to cut inside and shoot at goal. He has averaged 1.4 shots per game this season already.

The Welshman has been fantastic this season and with the added advantage of being young, should attract attention of quite a few suitors in the summer.

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