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Goal Keeper: Eduardo Mendy (Chelsea)
For me, it's Eduardo Mendy in goal because I believe that without him, Chelsea would have had major problems and would not be where they are now.
Centre Back: Ruben Dias (Manchester City)
Dias has started the most Premier League games (32) of any City center fielder, his power and athleticism not only keeping Aymeric Laporte out of the starting lineup but also significantly improving John Stones.
Right Back: Joao Cancello (Manchester City)
Cancelo has frequently been used on the right side of the field. However, in order to improve his passing options, he has frequently switched to a role in central defense or midfield. As it turned out, it was a successful strategy. Cancelo has been one of City's best players in a season in which Guardiola's team has dominated.
Left Back: Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea)
Most players who interact with Rudiger are aware that they have been involved in a game.
Chelsea's goals-against-average has been as good as any in the league since the return of the German international to the starting lineup.
Left backside: Ben Chilwell (Chelsea)
Managing the ball, crossing, and covering Ben Chilwell helped him score two goals. He has provided two assists in only six games of the season. And at the age of 23, he can only improve and possibly become one of the best in football.
Central Midfielder. Ilkay Gundogan. (Manchester City)
Gundogan's 11-goal run in 12 games during the winter saw him take on a new advanced role in City's midfield and was the catalyst for their comeback; Guardiola would not be celebrating a third Premier League title without that sequence in which Gundogan took charge.
Defending Midfielders: Ngolo Kante (Chelsea)
N'Golo Kante plays a more dynamic role than a defensive midfielder due to his tenacity and perseverance. Kante has been one of Chelsea's most prominent players in the past four seasons, and he is a legend of today's Premier League.
Attacking Midfielders: Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
In terms of raw statistics, Fernandes' 18 goals and 11 assists are a fantastic Premier League return, but many people believe the Portuguese is overrated, citing the fact that nine of those goals were from the penalty spot.
Right Winger: Mohamed Salah. (Liverpool)
Mohamed Salah has continued to score goals for Liverpool despite the club's poor season. This season, the Egyptian superstar has continued on his merry way, scoring an incredible 25 goals in all competitions for Liverpool.
Central Midfielders: Mason Mount. (Chelsea)
There were some who questioned whether he could perform at the highest level, and he has answered emphatically. Mount, a dynamic player, has been used in a variety of positions by Lampard and, later, Thomas Tuchel. Despite changes in position, the 22-year-performance old's level has not dropped.
Striker: Ali Kane (Tottenham)
Kane's all-around ability distinguishes him from most strikers in the game, as he is skillful at both scoring and creating goals. Along with Son Heung-Min, the England international has led Spurs' title charge and could be a contender for the Golden Boot this season.
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