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Here is best eleven in the last matchday of the 2018-19 Premier League season

PEEP PEEP PEEP! The 2018-19 edition of the Premier League finally came to a wrap but not before its fair share of drama. Manchester City eventually and narrowly managed to edge out Liverpool by just a point to win this season’s title. Chelsea and Spurs take up the 3rd and 4th positions while Arsenal and Man United follow suit. Cardiff, Fulham and Huddersfield bid adieu to the Premier League. From the final week of simultaneous fixtures, 36 goals were scored across the 10 games and here’s our team of the week!

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.— 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. ????
— 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%.

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