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Top 10 players in the Premier League this season

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Who is number 1?

The Premier League is said to be the most competitive league in football. However, this season, Manchester City have made a mockery of that statement. Comfortably ahead of their challengers and primed to break the 100 point barrier, The Citizens have played some beautiful football and are deserving leaders.

Unsurprisingly, the list is dominated by Manchester City players. While teams in the top 5 like Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur also find representation on this list, Arsenal's struggles this season have been reflected by the fact that not even a single Arsenal player makes the top 10.

Without much ado, let us take a look at the 10 best players in the Premier League this season.


#10 Eden Hazard (Chelsea)

FC Barcelona v Chelsea FC - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg
Eden Hazard has not been at his best this season

Eden Hazard, like Chelsea this season, has not been at his best. However, the Belgian superstar has shown glimpses of his full capabilities. Having scored 11 goals and assisted a further 3 in 26 appearances so far, Chelsea will be hoping that their 27-year-old star fires on all cylinders at the business end of the season.

Undoubtedly Chelsea's most potent attacking threat, Conte has used his star man in a variety of positions ranging from left wing, attacking midfielder and even as a false 9. Extremely skilled and blessed with electric pace, Hazard will be itching to get back to the form he showed last year.

In a season when he and his team have not been at their best, Hazard still makes it to the top 10, which shows how skilled and talented the 27-year-old superstar actually is.

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