- Kevin De Bruyne was exceptional for Manchester City during the just concluded Premier League season
- The Belgian has been ranked best ahead of 25 others in terms of rating
- Wilfred Ndidi is the only Nigerian to make the list as ranked by WhoScored
Kevin De Bruyne has emerged number one in a list of the top 25 players in the English Premier League at the just concluded 2019/2020 season according to statistics.
The Player of the Year awards are often used as the yardstick to determine the best players of the season, however statistics have also given an insight into who has performed the best.
During the season, popular statistics website WhoScored rated players after each game and now the data has been collated to produce an average match rating.
Below are the top 25 Premier League stars in 2019/20 according to WhoScored statistics:
25. Richarlison - Everton - 7.19 rating
24. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - Manchester United - 7.19 rating
23. Trent Alexander-Arnold - Liverpool - 7.20 rating
22. Jamie Vardy - Leicester City - 7.22 rating
21. Wilfred Ndidi - Leicester City - 7.23 rating
20. Jack Grealish - Aston Villa - 7.23 rating
19. Heung Min-Son - Spurs - 7.24 rating
18. Raul Jimenez - Wolves - 7.25 rating
17. Gabriel Jesus - Manchester City - 7.26 rating
16. David Silva - Manchester City - 7.29 rating
15. Allan Saint-Maximin - Newcastle United - 7.29 rating
14. Michail Antonio - West Ham United - 7.29 rating
13. Willian - Chelsea - 7.31 rating
12. Anthony Martial - Manchester United - 7.31 rating
11. Virgil van Dijk - Liverpool - 7.32 rating
10. Harry Kane - Spurs - 7.33 rating
9. James Maddison - Leicester City - 7.34 rating
8. Marcus Rashford - Manchester United - 7.35 rating
7. Raheem Sterling - Manchester City - 7.35 rating
6. Mo Salah - Liverpool - 7.40 rating
5. Sadio Mané - Liverpool - 7.45 rating
4. Riyad Mahrez - Manchester City - 7.48 rating
3. Adama Traore - Wolves - 7.49 rating
2. Ricardo Pereira - Leicester City - 7.50 rating
1. Kevin De Bruyne - Manchester City - 7.97 rating
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool are ahead of other Premier League clubs when it comes to the number of trophies in the cabinet as the Reds have amassed a total of 43 titles in their history, as cited by SPORTbible.
Jurgen Klopp has just led the team to win the Premier League for the first time in 30 years as they now rank above other big clubs to become the most decorated team.
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