So far this season, the following players have been named to the following teams: Aaron Ramsdale is the goalkeeper (Arsenal) 7.2; Left-back: Andy Robertson (Liverpool) 6.91; Central defense: Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool) 6.96 and Shane Duffy (Brighton) 7.07, Midfielders: Declan Rice (Westham) 7.22, Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace) 7.14, Right-back: Tariq Lamptey (Brighton) 6.98; N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) 7.04; Forwards.
At the moment, the 2021-22 Premier League season has provided plenty of drama and showcased some outstanding performances by the best players as stated on Vietnamese site vwin99.net sports news section .
Mohamed Salah is in the lead for the Golden Boot, while Ederson leads the race for the Golden Glove, which is awarded to the Premier League goalkeeper who has kept the cleanest sheets.
You can rate each player in each game on a scale of 1 to 10. To be eligible for the season’s team, each player must have played at least nine league games.
The absence of Manchester City players in the starting XI is notable, despite Pep Guardiola’s side establishing a 10-point lead at the top.
Ederson has 11 clean sheets, more than any other goalkeeper, but it is Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale, with nine, who makes your team of the season so far.
Ramsdale’s “great quality” was lauded by Arteta in the win against Leicester.
Four Manchester City players – Ruben Dias, Joao Cancelo, Aymeric Laporte, and Rodri – have completed more passes than any other players, but none have been selected.
Two of the XI are West Ham players, including forward Michail Antonio, who has eight goals this season to help move the Hammers into Champions League competition.
Brighton defenders Tariq Lamptey and Shane Duffy also contribute, while European champions Chelsea are represented by Kai Havertz and N’Golo Kante.
Conor Gallagher is on loan from Chelsea to Crystal Palace and decided to make the squad.
3-1 Crystal Palace Everton’s Gallagher goal was “special,” according to Vieira.
Despite their strong starts to the season, no Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur players make the season’s team thus far.
There is still more time for that to change before the campaign ends.
Remember that you can continue to rate players during Premier League games and for up to 30 minutes after the final whistle.
In May, your team of the year will be determined by the average score of each player.
The top three players on your team (minimum nine Premier League appearances)
- Aaron Ramsdale had a 7.2, Emile Smith Rowe had a 6.78, and Takehiro Tomiyasu had a 6.73.
- Aston Villa’s scorers were John McGinn (6.62), Emiliano Martinez (6.4), and Ollie Watkins (6.27).
- Brentford’s scorers were Ivan Toney (6.88), David Raya (6.87), and Bryan Mbeumo (6.52).
- Tariq Lamptey (6.98), Shane Duffy (7.07), and Yves Bissouma (6.74).
- Nick Pope (6.06), Maxwel Cornet 6.62, Ben Mee (5.85) for Burnley.
- Chelsea’s scorers were Kai Havertz (7.23), N’Golo Kante (7.04), and Mateo Kovacic (6.71).
- Crystal Palace’s scorers were Conor Gallagher (7.14), Odsonne Edouard (6.77), and Michael Olise (6.41).
- Abdoulaye Doucoure (5.98) Demarai Gray (6.04), and Andros Townsend (5.77) for Everton.
- Illan Meslier (6.6), Raphinha 6.97, Kalvin Phillips 6.96, for Leeds.
- Kieran Dewsbury-Hall (6.2) , Youri Tielemans (6.37), Jamie Vardy (6.27), Kieran Dewsbury-Hall (6.2) for Leicester.
- Virgil van Dijk (6.96), Mohamed Salah (7.31), Andy Robertson (6.91) for Liverpool.
- Bernardo Silva (6.89), Phil Foden (6.88), and Rodri (6.65) for Manchester City.
- Manchester United’s David de Gea has a rating of (5.95), Raphael Varane has a rating of (5.61), and Cristiano Ronaldo has a rating of (5.4).
- Newcastle’s scorers were Allan Saint-Maximin (6.28), Callum Wilson (5.78), and Joe Willock (5.29).
- Grant Hanley 5.97 Billy Gilmour (6.33), Lukas Rupp (6.03), for Norwich.
- Valentino Livramento (6.84), Che Adams (6.88), and Armando Broja (6.68) for Southampton.
- Tottenham: Heung-min Son (6.68), Lucas Moura (6.13), Hugo Lloris (5.81).
- Joshua King (6.0), Ismaila Sarr (6.33), Emmanuel Dennis (6.22), for Watford.
- Michail Antonio (7.19), Declan Rice (7.22), and Jarrod Bowen (7.1) scored for West Ham.
- Ruben Neves (Wolves): (6.87), Hwang Hee-chan (Wolves): (6.86), Raul Jimenez (Wolves): (6.82).