Liverpool’s best player of the summer was almost sold out and it’s an encouraging list for Gareth Southgate ahead of the World Cup…
This is the best player in every aspect so far according to WhoScored’s Reviews…
Arsenal: Gabriel Jesus – 7.75
Three goals and three assists in his first five games for Arsenal made him truly a hero in the Emirates. Still, he has Missed Brazil’s latest squad But it could be because his place is safe and Tite wants to take care of those on the fringes. Gabriel Martinelli is Arsenal’s second-best player, but his omission from Brazil’s squad is worrying even more ahead of the World Cup.
Aston Villa: Emiliano Martinez – 6.97
The Villa goalkeeper is ranked 13th among the goalkeepers in the Premier League in terms of save percentage, but he kept 1.1 goals less than xGC at Villans.
Bournemouth: Lloyd Kelly – 6.87
Not only was Kelly the top rated cherry but he also had a good sense of sitting on a trip to Liverpool. The two things may be related.
Brentford: Evan Toni – 7.76
The Brentford striker rushes late into the England plane ahead of the World Cup. Thomas Frank thinks he should go, even if only because of that It’s “the best in the world” from where it is.
Brighton: Pa Gross – 7.36
“Pascal’s performance has probably been at the level of his career; certainly his level since I’ve been working with him,” Graham Potter said shortly before he chose to stop working with him. Gross has already improved his goal tally compared to last season and averaged 2.3 A key pass in every match.
Chelsea: Reece James – 7.29
While Trent Alexander-Arnold, like many of his Liverpool teammates, James has had a solid start to the season, Get a fat new contract Along the way. James is currently on one pass – of his teammates, only Mark Cucurella has had more than one so far this season.
Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha – 7.36
Zaha has scored four of Palace’s five goals this season, a level he will have to maintain if he hopes to finally get his big step in January. Unsurprisingly, he was named Palace Player of the Month for August and was nominated for the Premier League award.
Everton: Jordan Pickford – 7.26
Pickford has performed trophies against Liverpool But his form has been strong all season, well-timed ahead of the World Cup. Less favorable is the groin injury he has sustained, although he could be back by the time he plays Everton next if next weekend’s matches are postponed.
Fulham: Aleksandar Mitrovic – 7.88
Metro has scored 67% of Fulham’s goals this season – the highest anyone’s contribution to his team’s tally. It helps that he averages more shots per game than any other player in the Premier League.
Leeds United: Jack Harrison – 7.28
The Leeds winger provided the second most assists in the Premier League with three assists, as did Jesus and Bobby Firmino. Only Kevin De Bruyne scored more goals while Mohamed Salah was the only one who provided more key assists.
Leicester: Yuri Tillmans – 6.89
Tillmans might be surprised to be in Leicester, but he’s trying to make the most of it, even if the highest-ranked Fox has the lowest score on this list. No one created more big chances, with Tillmans and De Bruyne playing three each.
Liverpool: Roberto Firmino – 7.53
Not surprisingly, their midfield and defense are a reel, Liverpool strikers dominate the top three, with Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah in second and third, respectively. Firmino, who looked to be on his way this summer, scored more joint goals (three) and provided more assists (three) than any other Red team.
Manchester City: Erling Haaland – 8.20
The highest-ranked player in the Premier League so far has already scored 10 goals, scored half of the total number of champions, while outselling his own xG of 7.3.
Manchester United: Marcus Rashford – 7.16
Desperately in need of a strong start to the season, just for his hopes of going to the World Cup, Rashford put him three goals and two assists in the frame.
Newcastle United: Allan Saint-Maximin – 7.67
Once again, the Newcastle player averages more dribbles per game than any other player in the Premier League. Of the total of 28 people, half succeeded; Half of them did not.
Nottingham Forest: Nico Williams – 7.16
One of three off-field players playing every minute, New Jungle Boy (don’t they all?) averages 4.5 tackles per game, bested only by Leeds’ Tyler Adams and Fulham’s Joao Ballinha.
Southampton: James Ward-Prowse – 7.10
The Saints captain averages 2.5 key passes per 90 minutes – only Salah, De Bruyne, Harrison and Ilkay Gundogan do better.
Tottenham: Harry Kane – 7.53
Five goals in six matches put the England captain directly ahead of Pierre-Emile Hogberg as Antonio Conte’s highest-rated player. Kane also continues to create 2.2 co-master passes per game.
West Ham: Tomas Sojic – 6.87
The Czech giant is shading fellow midfield teammate Declan Rice’s average score by 0.01. A welcome return to form after an inconsistent season last term when he struggled possibly due to Rice’s wanderlust.
Wolves: Robin Nevis – 7.37
Neves was a convincing winner of Wolves’ Player of the Month vote after showing both sides of his game. He is one of only two scorers with Wolverhampton this season, while averaging 4.2 tackles per game is the team’s highest.