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Monday, May 13, 2019

Dick, Buccitino and Moutinho are the best in the Premiership






The English Premier League season ended, and Manchester City crowned the title in the final round, at a time when Liverpool will have to wait again to stand on the podium of the competition, for the first time since 1990

It was one of the best Premiership seasons ever, under the constant chase between Manchester City and Liverpool. The season saw many players shine, as well as a huge collection of beautiful and exciting goals that will stay in mind.

Here are the "best" choices for this season's Premier League:

Best team: Liverpool



Despite not winning the title, Liverpool deserve to be the best team, having enjoyed steady levels throughout the season, almost culminated in the first title in the competition in 29 years.

It is enough to know that Liverpool have collected 97 points and suffered a single loss throughout the season, and most importantly, it is like the most beautiful football in its finest form, with superb offensive performance without forgetting the communication and harmony between the three lines.

Best Coach: Mauricio Bucetino



Some may find it unfair that Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola or Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp are not chosen in this category, but the "option" has been signed by Buccetino as he is the only coach who has not consolidated his team for one player throughout the season.

He was forced to work with the same cards, as well as injuries to the Spurs, but managed to reach the final of the Champions League.

Best Player: Virgil Van Dick



Who was in the defense of Liverpool before the contract with Dutch defender Virgil Van Dijk and the months following his signing.

The former Southampton defender on the defense of the Red Team to the "Bermuda Triangle" for the Premier League attackers, has won the award for the best player in the English Premier League this season.

Best local player: Rahim Sterling



Stirling scored 17 goals in Manchester City's defense campaign for the domestic title and turned into one of the best players in the competition thanks to his obvious development, in which Guardiola played a major role.

Stirling is more mature on and off the pitch, and has improved his last touch against the goal, to be his undisputed best player, ahead of the rest of the Premier League.

Best Deal: Joao Moutinho



Wolverhampton have bought veteran Portuguese midfielder Joao Moutinho for just £ 5 million.

The former Monaco player has given his team the benefit of a confident and quiet performance in the "wolves" game industry, and is in full control of the rhythm of the team with his vast experience in European stadiums, as well as the support of his compatriot Robin Neves.

He was chosen as the best deal given his price, beating Allison Baker, the Liverpool goalkeeper who signed a £ 62.5 million contract at the end of the season, and finally finished in the summer.

On the other hand, Moutinho made a big contribution to Wolverhampton's seventh place in the Premiership table, although he was newly promoted.

Best goal: Vincent Komani in the net of Leicester



The season has seen a host of great goals, most notably Crystal Palace and Andrews Townsend's goal against Manchester City.

But in terms of importance mixed with aesthetics, there is no goal beyond that of Manchester City captain Vincent Companie in Leicester City on Monday evening, from a sudden rocket shot that settled in the upper left corner of Danish goalkeeper Casper Schmeichel.

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