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Premier League team of the season so far

Sumedh Pande
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20.53K   //    08 Oct 2017, 18:37 IST

Manchester United v Crystal Palace - Premier League
Manchester United have had a dream start

What a Premier League season we have on our hands! The league is just seven games old but it is already shaping up to be a classic campaign with some high profile strikers looking to light up the matches in each game week. Sergio Aguero, Romelu Lukaku, Harry Kane and Kevin De Bruyne have been the most consistent performers for their respective sides whereas some have not yet lived up to their billing. 

It is looking like a two-way contest between the Manchester clubs at this moment for the title but the likes of Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are not far behind. Crystal Palace and West Ham United are struggling at the moment whereas we have already seen one manager getting the sack. 

With the ever so boring international break going on at the moment, we thought of looking at the Premier League's team of the season so far to assess the early leaders in the league and also to make the most of a football-free Sunday. Let's see who gets the nod ahead in our Premier League's best XI based on current form: 


Ederson (Manchester City) 

Manchester City v Crystal Palace - Premier League
The Brazilian has been sensational since his move from Benfica

Manchester City's goalkeeping issues came to the fore last season with Pep Guardiola being heavily criticized for his custodian choices. He looked to solve the issue by bringing in the former Benfica man, Ederson to the Etihad who has acclimatized to the Premier League as well as any other new signing this summer. 

The Brazilian looks the real deal which is proved by his tally of just two goals conceded in seven games with one of them being a belter from Charlie Daniels. Ederson is a sweeper keeper and looks to be a perfect Guardiola player - the first player to start an attack. With five clean sheets to his name, Ederson deserves to be on this list ahead of David De Gea and Jonas Lossl. 

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Sumedh Pande
An avid Premier League watcher with specialization in transfer news and post match analysis. Follow European and Indian football with minute attention with one eye on the world of cricket.
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