Premier League Team of the Season

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  • Post published:May 13, 2019

SportsClub has selected an XI of stars from a 2018-19 Premier League season in which Manchester City and Liverpool have been head and shoulders above the rest.

Five players from each feature in the side, along with Chelsea’s talismanic playmaker Eden Hazard.

Alisson Becker

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson and City counterpart Ederson have both had excellent campaigns – of the two Brazilians it is the former who just gets the nod, given that it has been his debut season in English football. The man who signed from Roma last summer has made some errors, but overall he has had a hugely positive impact.

Trent Alexander-Arnold

What a journey the 20-year-old Liverpool right back has been on since his senior debut in late 2016. Like Reds left back Andy Robertson, he has been particularly superb this season in terms of assists – the pair have been way ahead of any other defender in the division on that front.

Aymeric Laporte

The Frenchman, who was City’s club-record signing when he joined in a £57-million deal in January 2018, has certainly shown his worth this season with his classy performances in the centre of defence.

Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool also broke their transfer record in January last year in signing a defender as they made Van Dijk, at £75-million, the world’s most expensive. If anything, the Holland captain has made the fee look a bargain. A centre back of supreme composure, judgement, and ability, he has made a massive difference to Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Andy Robertson

Having surprised many with the impressive level he reached last season for Liverpool following his move from Hull, the Scotland skipper has stepped things up further in 2018-19.

Bernardo Silva

The Portuguese had his moments in his first season as a City player, but it is during this term where he has really emerged as a prominent figure, frequently producing stand-out performances, combining hard work and quality.


When it comes to more defensively-minded midfielders, it is hard to look beyond the ultra-reliable Brazil international, who remains so important for City – although West Ham’s Declan Rice deserves a mention for the form that has earned him a breakthrough with England.

Eden Hazard

While there has been plenty questioning of Chelsea, their Belgian star Hazard has produced a combined goals and assists figure that is better than any of his previous six seasons with the club.

Mohamed Salah

Although Salah has not scored as many times in 2018-19 as he did en route to claiming the Golden Boot last term, the Egypt forward has still had a hugely commendable season. His Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane has also been a fantastic attacking force, but his low number of assists sees him edged out.

Sergio Aguero

Mr Consistency Aguero has done it again – this is the fifth successive season in which the City striker has scored 20 or more Premier League goals. February was a particularly fine month for the Argentinian, with him registering hat-tricks in a 3-1 win over Arsenal and 6-0 thrashing of Chelsea.

Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling of Manchester City
Raheem Sterling of Manchester City

The City and England forward has continued to deliver consistent excellence on the field in a season that has also seen him praised for his public stance on racism.