Below is a list of the best players in English premier league 2023.
He was creating chances from left-back to rival top playmakers. He moved to the left-wing and looked even even better. Now, he's perhaps the best right-winger in world football – and still just 21 years old.
Bukayo Saka has been unstoppable in the Premier League this season, as Arteta's Arsenal have become everything they've threatened. Defenders have stood off him (see Luke Shaw), fouled him (see all of them) and doubled up on him – but no one can foil him. He's unstoppable at his best – creative, decisive and deadly – and though the Gunners have many ways to beat a team, he's everyone's favourite. He's having the season of his life.
It is testament to Harry Kane’s immense ability that he is still thriving while his Tottenham team-mates struggle around him. The England captain has single-handedly kept Spurs’ top-four ambitions alive, scoring 16 goals in the league this season already. Without Erling Haaland setting superhuman records, Kane’s goalscoring record would be lauded in a defensive and uncreative Tottenham side.
After Kane, the next highest goalscorer in the Spurs squad is Heung-min Son, Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, all with four apiece. Apart from missing 22 minutes at the end of September’s win against Fulham, Kane has also played in every minute of every game - incredible consistency as team-mates around him flounder.
Marcus Rashford always threatened this level of performance but could never deliver it consistently. Yet the things he's been doing this season have been world-class, as he tears through teams like a whirlwind.
He's rediscovered his best form as Manchester United have found more stability and now he's showing everyone just how good he really is – and how much he's evolved as a player since the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Comparisons have been made to Kylian Mbappe in terms of the power he exudes and the ability to lean back and smash with his right foot. They're more than justified: plenty have struggled to contain him this season.
His performances in big games have been the difference and when he cuts in from the left to let rip, it's simply impossible to defend against.
What is there really to say about this Norwegian goalscoring freak? His 25 goals - after just 20 games - is already more than the number of goals the last three golden boot winners have scored, while it seems fairly inevitable the 22-year-old will comfortably surpass Mo Salah’s record of 32 goals in a 38-game season.
While he’s fast on the pitch, he’s also fast at breaking records, too. He reached 10 goals in his Premier League career after just six games, with it taking him just the first eight games of the season to score three hat-tricks - all coming in consecutive home games, too. Ridiculous.
For a player who’s set to break every conceivable goalscoring record in the Premier League this season, only being second in this list seems, in no uncertain terms, daylight robbery.
How do you compare the two foremost Norwegians in the Premier League? They're almost polar opposites. Where Erling Haaland is minimalist, generating brute force and blowing minds with his statistics, Martin Odegaard takes a little longer on the ball. He caresses it. He cannot be measured in pure output.
Simply put, Arsenal's captain has usually been the best player in every game he's been in: if he hasn't, he's been bettered by a piece of virtuoso brilliance. He's been the poster boy of this Gunners run – which at the halfway point, looks like equalling the Prem points record – and his own development has been the backbone to Arsenal becoming the best side in the league right now. This is an individual award, of course – but when both players sum up both teams, we have to give it to the leaders. Arteta is often seen talking to his "teacher's pet" from the sidelines. They share the same squad number – and Odegaard is his manager's representative in every moment.
Haaland may double the average Golden Boot tally. He makes a mockery of the award: he's making the likes of Harry Kane – having one of best seasons of his life, statistically – pale in his shadow. But this season, so far at least, Odegaard has given us artistry and excellence. And goals, too. Eight from midfield in the first half of the season. Watch out, Erling: he's coming for that Golden Boot, too.
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