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Greatest Premier League XI of all time

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There have been some truly great players who have graced the Premier League ever since its inception in 1992. Some world class stars have thrilled and enthralled all of us with their astonishing performances. 

The Premier League is considered to be the most exciting league in the world and to pick an all-time XI from such a vast choice of so many great players is no easy task. However, we took up the challenge and the team looks absolutely unbeatable.

Some huge names have missed out but this XI is really formidable

Formation: 4-3-3

Goalkeeper – Peter Schmeichel

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Sir Alex Ferguson considered Schmeichel to be the greatest goalkeeper ever

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel is the goalkeeper of this amazing team. The Dane is considered by many to be one of the greatest goalkeepers to ever play the game. A giant between the goal sticks, Schmeichel's intimidating presence made it an almost impossible task to score against him.

A commanding presence in the box, Schmeichel was very good at dealing with set-pieces and was a vocal and inspiring leader for the Manchester United defence. The Dane was also an excellent shot stopper and his heroic saves made Manchester United a very tough team to beat.

He won 5 Premier League titles with the Red Devils including a famous treble in 1999. He later went on to represent Aston Villa and Manchester City before calling time on his amazing career in 2003. His son Kasper Schmeichel is also following in his footsteps having performed amazingly for Leicester City this season.

Peter Schmeichel is easily one of the best goalkeepers to have played in this generation.

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