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Premier League's 'Worst XI Of The Season' Includes SIX Man United Players

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Premier League's 'Worst XI Of The Season' Includes SIX Man United Players

​Ian Darke has ruthlessly named SIX Manchester United players in his Premier League's worst XI of the season. 

The Premier League commentator's worst XI of the season is dominated by players from Man United, who had a nightmare campaign this season.

Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are among the flops in Darke's side.

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Pogba scored just one goal in 20 league appearances in an injury-hit campaign. His future lies away from Old Trafford with his contract set to expire. 

Fernandes has been a revelation at Man United since he joined the club, but he failed to replicate his form from last season. 

As for Rashford, he scored just four league goals in an extremely underwhelming term. 

Darke also selected Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Aaron Wan-Bissaka. 

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Chelsea, who finished third in the table, have three representatives in Darke's XI. 

From Romelu Lukaku, who scored just eight league goals following his mega money move last summer, to N'Golo Kane.

Not to mention Kepa Arrizabalaga, who played just four league games this season. ​

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Leeds United's Junior Firpo and Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette complete Darke's worst XI of the season.

Conversely, Manchester City and Liverpool players dominate SofaScore's best XI based on statistics.​ 

Premier League champions Man City have two players included in the shape of Kevin De Bruyne and Rodri, while Liverpool boast five stars; Aliison, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson, Joel Matip and Mohamed Salah.

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Chelsea duo Thiago Silva and Mason Mount as well as Tottenham pair Harry Kane and Son Heung-min​ make up the XI. 

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Topics: Manchester United, Premier League, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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