10 Premier League Players In Top Form
There are some truly world-class players in the Premier League currently, so here is the top 10 from fanatix
10. Santi Cazorla
Although the Spaniard has only played one season in England the talent of the attacking midfielder was there for all to see last term, as Cazorla played every match and scored 12 goals and provided 14 assists.
9. Vincent Kompany
Every successful team needs a strong captain and passing the armband to Kompany was one of the best decisions Roberto Mancini made whilst in charge.
The Belgium international has strength, composure and enough pace not to get caught out by faster opponents, as many centre-backs often find they are.
8. Leighton Baines
What a rise to prominence the left-back has had whilst with Everton and Baines is now by far the club’s most influential player and there is a strong argument the defender should replace Ashley Cole in the national team.
7. Sergio Aguero
The Argentine is enjoying the forward’s new role as more of a striker under Manuel Pellegrini and after bursting onto the scene with two goals at the start of the 2011/12 season, Aguero has looked like one of City’s most important players.
6. Juan Mata
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is the only one who seems to not rate the midfielder, but here at fanatix we recognise that the Spain international is the hub of creativity for the Blues.
5. Yaya Toure
The third Citizens player on the list and also their most influential, as the box-to-box midfielder rarely misses a match despite the squad brimming with talent – a real asset at Pellegrini’s disposal.
4. Wayne Rooney
As seems to happen every now and then in Rooney’s career – generally after a transfer request – the forward is enjoying a revival at Old Trafford at the moment and appears to be the only United player showing why they are the reigning champions.
3. Mesut Ozil
Three games into a Premier League career may seem like too little to put someone into the top 10 list, but when that player is of the calibre of Ozil it is hard not to.
The German has already impressed for the Gunners and looks like the attacking midfielder could well be the missing link for a title challenge.
2. Luis Suarez
The attacker is certainly controversial, having received a total of 18 banned matches for a combination of racism and biting an opponent, but there is no denying Suarez’s talent.
The Uruguay international is the spark that could well see Liverpool march on the Champions League places this term.
1. Robin Van Persie.
It was undeniably the Dutchman’s influence that won the Red Devils the title back from rivals City last term and the 30-year-old will need to find that form once again if United are to defend it.
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