365Scores Premier League Team Of The Season

With the Premier League’s 2022-23 season coming to an end, it’s time to pick our Best XI of the season. So who were the ones who excelled more than the rest this term?

Goalkeeper: David De Gea (Man Utd)

Man Utd’s shot-stopper had some fierce competition for this position from both Aaron Ramsdale, Nick Pope and Ederson but eventually we decided to give the #1 spot to the Red Devils’ Spanish star as he helped the team reach the Champions League with his excellent performances. De Gea also leads the league in clean sheets this season, supporting his case to be chosen.

Right-back: Kieran Trippier (Newcastle)

Newcastle owe their success mainly to their back-line and the leader of that group is undoubtedly Kieran Trippier. The fullback was pivotal both offensively and defensively and as a reward led the Magpies to Champions League football next year.

Centre-Backs: Fabian Schär (Newcastle) and John Stones (Man City)

Trippier’s partner in defence was excellent just like the rest of the Geordies but we can’t pick ALL of them can we? Nevertheless, Schär’s heroics earn him a spot, next to the guy who is undoubtedly the best defender this season in the league, Man City’s John Stones.

Left-back: Andy Robertson (Liverpool)

The Reds missed on the Champions League and can’t really call their season successful but on a personal level, Robbo was outstanding, recording no less than 9 assists this season. No other left-back really came close to performing at the level of the Scottish speedster and therefore, he’s the one chosen for this position.

Central midfielders: Kevin De Bruyne & Ilkay Gündoğan (Manchester City)

Man City’s midfield duo bossed the league this season and despite strong claims from Martin Odegaard, Bruno Fernandes and even Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicededo, Pep’s dynamic-duo were there in the money time to secure the Cityzens another league title.

Right-wing: Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)

Undoubtedly one of the key figures in Arsenal’s campaign, Saka has pushed-out non other than Mo Salah from this position, leaving Liverpool’s Egyptian winger without a spot in our Best XI.

Left-wing: Marcus Rashford (Man Utd)

After being released from his ‘Cristiano Ronaldo shackles’, Marcus Rashford has shown once again what a special player he can be. Man Utd’s main man this season has performed well for the Red Devils and has a key part in their Champions League qualification.

Strikers: Erling Haaland (Man City) and Harry Kane (Tottenham)

The Premier League’s Player Of The Season and Young Player Of The Season of course is included in our Best XI. No need to elaborate further about this pick, there’s no one who deserves it more than the Norwegian cyborg. Kane had a horrible season if you judge it by team achievements but on a personal note, we just can’t neglect someone who scored 30 Premier League goals.


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