Which players won the most Man of the Match awards last season?

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Which players won the most Star Man awards on fantasy football this year?

Another Premier League season has now been and gone, leaving us with a rather large football and, of course, fantasy football-shaped hole in our lives.

With no major international tournament to feast our eyes on this summer there’s a few barren months ahead before the beautiful game graces our screens again.

The top flight campaign was a bit more as routine after Leicester’s odds-defying heroics the season before.

But who won the most Man of the Match awards this season?

Using our Dream Team Star Man metric and WhoScored’s rating system, we’ve established the top 10 players to have earned the accolade…

1 Alexis Sanchez (13 Star Man awards)

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Sanchez’s likely parting gift to Arsenal was the opener in the FA Cup final

Dream Team’s highest points scorer of the season (by some distance) was arguably the one shining light of Arsenal’s campaign as they missed out on the top four.

The Chilean forward scored 30 goals and had 15 assists too in 51 appearances in all competitions.

2= Eden Hazard (12)

What happened to you last year then, Eden?

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What happened to you last year then, Eden?

Hazard was back to his wizard-like best this season after a truly appalling individual campaign the season before.

The Belgian produced his best ever goalscoring season for Chelsea and was WhoScored’s highest rated player in the Premier League.

2= Paul Pogba (12)

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Pogba and Mourinho share a moment after Europa League glory

Many haters felt Pogba had a tough first season back in England but the statistics actually beg to differ.

The Manchester United midfielder’s huge influence on possession and touches meant he was an algorithm favourite as the Star Man awards piled in.

4 Philippe Coutinho (11)

Coutinho is Liverpool’s standout player

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Coutinho is Liverpool’s standout player

This is quite some feat given Coutinho missed nearly two months in the middle of the season through ankle ligament damage.

The Brazilian magician finished the season as Liverpool’s top scorer with 14 Premier League goals and fired seven goals in his last eight games.

5= Christian Eriksen (10)

Eriksen’s quiff is really quite the specimen

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Eriksen’s quiff is really quite the specimen

Eriksen produced his best season since arriving in England on the back of Gareth Bale’s move to Real Madrid in 2013, finally adding consistency to his prestigious talent.

The Dane became Tottenham’s creative hub and a fine 2017 nearly inspired Spurs to a surprise first title.

5= Kevin De Bruyne (10)

De Bruyne and Aguero celebrate embarrassing Watford

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De Bruyne and Aguero celebrate embarrassing Watford

De Bruyne, on his day, is arguably the most effective player in the Premier League and he excelled in a number of different positions under Pep Guardiola this season.

The Belgian playmaker’s pinpoint passing and dead-ball delivery helped him finished the season as the division’s top creator with 18 assists.

5= Zlatan Ibrahimovic (10)

Zlatan has been typically modest this season

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Zlatan has been typically modest this season

Many experts doubted whether Ibrahimovic could continue his imperious goalscoring form in England, but he silenced the doubters emphatically.

The big Swede carried Manchester United at times before a debilitating knee injury likely ended his short stint at the club.

8 Sergio Aguero (9)

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Will Aguero hang around if he’s not a guaranteed starter?

It may shock a few to learn that, despite losing his place to new boy Gabriel Jesus in the latter months, this season was Aguero’s best ever goalscoring return for City with a massive 33 goals in all competitions.

The Argentine averaged a goal a game in the Champions League and FA Cup.

9= Christian Benteke (7)

Big Ben proved there was life after Liverpool

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Big Ben proved there was life after Liverpool

Benteke’s departure from Liverpool after a torrid single season on Merseyside completely reignited his career.

The Belgian’s currency has always been goals and he backed that up with 17 in all competitions for Crystal Palace.

9 = Harry Kane (7)

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Anyone still think Kane is a bit of a flash in the pan?

Three season wonder anyone?

Kane continues to defy critics and get better and better every single year, finishing the season with seven goals in two games to snatch the Premier League Golden Boot for the second successive season.

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