Here is best eleven in the last matchday of the 2018-19 Premier League season
Neil Etheridge (GK, Cardiff City):
The Cardiff shot-stopper made an astonishing 10 saves vs a young Manchester United side and helped this team get a rare win at Old Trafford.
Trent Alexander Arnold (RB, Liverpool):
It’s been a great season for the young full-back and he continued his red hot form of assists. He now has 7 assists in the last 6 games in all comps. Also, he has the most number of assists by a defender in a single campaign with 12, after getting one against Wolves. Made 3 tackles.
12 - Trent Alexander-Arnold has provided 12 assists in the Premier League in 2018-19: the most by a defender in a single campaign in the competition. Adventure. pic.twitter.com/0bnDFqLBXg— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 12, 2019
Fabian Schar (CB, Newcastle):
Scored Newcastle’s 3rd goal in their thumping of Fulham from Matt Ritchie’s corner. Won 2 aerials and made 2 successful tackles.
Aymeric Laporte (CB, Manchester City):
With the game still at 1-1 and City trailing to Liverpool in the title race, Laporte scored one of the most important goals of the season when he headed in Mahrez’s corner. Won 2 aerials and maintained a staggering pass accuracy of 96%!
Matt Ritchie (LB, Newcastle):
Three corners, two assists! One for Shelvey and the other for Schar as mentioned before. Did well to pick out his man on both occasions and made 2 successful tackles.
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (RM, Cardiff City):
His 2 goals were single-handedly responsible for getting Cardiff an unexpected win over Manchester United. Two relatively straightforward goals with the first being a penalty and the 2nd an open goal tap in.
Ilkay Gundogan (CM, Manchester City):
In a tense game, Gundogan was a cool head in midfield. He scored a peach of a freekick to seal the deal for City. Other than that, he maintained a pass accuracy of 94% and made 2 tackles.
Ilkay Gündogan completed 164 passes vs. Brighton, 57 more than any other player on the pitch & 137 more than any Brighton player.
Capped it with a wonderful free kick. ???? pic.twitter.com/h8BEdZZ53p— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) May 12, 2019
Mark Noble (CM, West Ham):
Another player with a brace. Noble scored his side’s first and last goal of the game. The first of which was the result of a mazy solo dribble and cool finish. His 2nd was a penalty and also managed to keep a scarcely believable pass accuracy of 97%!
Riyad Mahrez (LM, Manchester City):
The 3rd City player to make it to our team is Riyad Mahrez for his exploits against Brighton. Assisted the all-important Laporte goal and scored one heck of a screamer himself with his weaker right foot. Much like his compatriots, he maintained a pass accuracy of 92%. Completed 2 dribbles, made a tackle and won an aerial to complete an all-round display.
Sadio Mane (LS, Liverpool):
What a productive season it has been for the Senegalese. His 2 goals against Wolves not only gave Liverpool a necessary win but also tied him up with Salah and Aubameyang for the golden boot.
Wilfried Zaha (RS, Crystal Palace):
It was a goal fest at Selhurst Park with Palace edging out an 8 goal thriller. Zaha managed to grab 2 late assists for Van Aanholt and Townsend. Completed 3 dribbles and had a pass accuracy of 86%.