The Best Premier League XI Of The Season So Far
We've gone past the half-way point of the season and this year's Premier League picture is becoming clearer by the week.
August seems a distant past and pre-season predictions are going one of two ways - and that goes for individual performances, too.
With over 20 games played, new signings and old have made an impression on their club's campaign - both good and bad.
Football statistic site Who Scored is a mainstay for every Premier League number geek. Here you can check-out its best 11 for the season so far.
Tottenham Hotspur's main-man Harry Kane leads the attack with Chelsea number-10 Eden Hazard, who totals the highest Who Scored rating in the team.
It's no surprise to see the league's top-scorer Mohamed Salah slotted in there. Liverpool chasers Manchester City have two of their midfielders included in Fernandinho and Raheem Sterling.
Paul Pogba has found a new lease-of-life under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's free-flowing Manchester United side. He takes the final midfield spot.
Most PL Assists For Manchester United Since The Start Of Last Season
:one: :flag_fr: Paul Pogba (17)
:two: :flag_black: Marcus Rashford (11)
:three: :flag_black: Jesse Lingard (7)
:flag_be: Romelu Lukaku (7)
:flag_es: Juan Mata (7) #MUFC pic.twitter.com/VAF1SH6Pro
- Premier League Stat Man :soccer: (@EPLStatman) January 28, 2019
Despite sitting in mid-table, both Everton and Leicester have a player featured in the defence with full-backs Ricardo Pereira and Lucas Digne.
The second Liverpool player to make it in is Virgil van Dijk, who has enjoyed a stellar season with the current league leaders. David Luiz sits next to him.
Hugo Lloris is between the sticks ahead of David De Gea, who had a shaky start to this campaign on the back of a poor World Cup. He's since pulled-out some incredible performances.
With around four months still to go, there's plenty of time for other players who haven't made the cut to force their way in.
Who makes your current Premier League XI? Let us know in the comments.