” The official PFA Team of the Season has caused outrage in some quarters as fans have unsurprisingly queried the inclusion and/or admission of their favourite stars. Manchester City and Liverpool’s thrilling battle for Premier League supremacy has unsurprisingly led to the teams to dominate the official XI.
14 Sergio Aguero and Virgil van Dijk made it into the PFA Team of the Year England forward Raheem Sterling is among six City representatives while fellow Britons Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson are two of four inclusions from Liverpool. However, Mohamed Salah is not among that number while Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard is also a surprise omission, despite being on the six-man shortlist for the Players’ Player of the Year award.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is surprisingly the only member of the XI, which was voted for by their fellow players, not to feature for the top-two clubs battling for the title. Statistically speaking, Hazard has enjoyed his best ever season at Stamford Bridge after leading Belgium to a World Cup semi-final.
14 Eden Hazard vies with Trent Alexander-Arnold for possession With 29 goal involvements, 89 chances created and 122 dribbles, the 28-year-old can consider himself unlucky to have not been included in the team. Here at talkSPORT.com, it got us thinking about all the other players who have not got the credit for their wonderful performances this season.www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/
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Lukasz Fabianski (West Ham United) -7.0 WhoScored rating 14 Lukasz Fabianski RB. Ricardo Pereira (Leicester City) – 7.3 WhoScored rating 14 Ricardo Pereira CB. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) – 7.4 WhoScored rating 14 Virgil van Dijk CB. Fabian Schar (Newcastle United) – 7.3 WhoScored rating 14 Fabian Schar LB.
Lucas Digne (Everton) – 7.4 WhoScored rating Getty Image 14 Lucas Digne RW. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 7.7 WhoScored rating 14 Raheem Sterling CM. Paul Pogba (Manchester United) – 7.4 WhoScored rating 14 Paul Pogba CM.
Fernandinho (Manchester City) – 7.3 WhoScored rating 14 Fernandinho RW. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 7.8 WhoScored rating 14 Eden Hazard has had 29 goal involvements – the most in the Premier League ST. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 7.5 WhoScored rating GETTY 14 Sergio Aguero ST.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 7.5 WhoScored rating 14 Mohamed Salah And here’s how that WhoScored.com Team of the Season so far looks… 14 Here’s how the PFA Team should have looked, according to stats ” ” Steven Gerrard has admitted he is ‘almost jealous’ of the current Liverpool squad being able to work with Jurgen Klopp. Gerrard left Liverpool five months before the German succeeded Brendan Rodgers at the helm of the Anfield club.
2 Gerrard has heaped praise on Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp The former midfielder then spent a year-and-a-half in the MLS with La Galaxy before he swiftly began coaching the Liverpool Under-18s, where he was in close contact with Klopp.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pickles_(dog) And Gerrard, who is now in charge of Rangers, has revealed he still occasionally calls on the German for advice and is almost jealous of the Reds stars working under the German.
Speaking as part of a Channel 4 documentary this week, he said: “I’ve had many sit-downs with him. He’s an open book—he invites me into his office—I’m incredibly lucky and blessed I do get that invite. “And the thing I take away is: imagine playing for him.
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Probably too old, just missed the boat if you like. But I’m almost jealous of the Liverpool players. “I come out of his office after a sit-down, and when I walk out of the training ground I actually want to walk back in and sit with him. “I want to put a kit on and play for them, and run for them and run hard. He’s infectious, he inspires you.” Gerrard also continued to say a huge factor in Klopp’s success at Liverpool is his leadership and personality.
Getty 2 Gerrard had a solid first season in charge at Ibrox “The one thing that I’d say is his major strength is his personality,” he continued. “The majority of people only see him on camera, and they they talk about this personality. “This is a special personality, it’s an infectious character to be around. “He makes you feel special and wanted, and welcome. That’s the reason why the players are doing it for him.
Because of this infectious personality. “He’s a man that you’ll want to see succeed in the game. “I think the Liverpool supporters, the fans, the people, the city, the players—Jurgen’s got that connection with them. It’s something special to see.” TUNE IN! Listen to LIVE commentary of the Champions League final on talkSPORT “