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The Premier League stars of the 2022-23 season
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Mitchell Fretton
Erling Haaland bagged 36 Premier League goals this season
Erling Haaland bagged 36 Premier League goals this season

The Premier League has delivered another scintillating season of world-class football as Manchester City retained the title for the third consecutive year.

Arsenal ran them close but ultimately could not keep up with Pep Guardiola's side, who are chasing the Treble.

Elsewhere, Aston Villa sparked a glorious comeback under Unai Emery to secure European football next term while Newcastle, Manchester United, Brighton and Liverpool will all be planning their tours abroad.

It was heartbreak for Southampton, Leeds and Leicester but jubilation for Everton after they escaped relegation on the final day.

As fans sit back and reflect on a historic campaign, we turn the spotlight on five of the brightest stars in the 2022-23 season.

Erling Haaland (Manchester City)

Erling Haaland's inclusion was inevitable after the Norwegian picked up the Golden Boot on his debut campaign for City.

The former Borussia Dortmund striker has excelled under Guardiola — scoring 36 goals in the league and forming a lethal partnership with Kevin De Bruyne.

Haaland may be a genuine contender for the Ballon d'Or next year if he can go on to lead City to glory in the Champions League and FA Cup and replicate United's famous feat of 1999.

Harry Kane (Tottenham)

Tottenham's all-time top goalscorer Harry Kane became the first player to record 30 league goals in more than one Premier League season with a brace against Leeds on the final day.

The No10 has been phenomenal for an average Spurs side, who would likely be battling at the bottom of the table were it not for their talisman.

England's captain enjoyed another record-breaking campaign for his boyhood club, scoring in 26 different matches — the most ever in a single season.

Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)

Arsenal's title charge was spearheaded by captain Martin Odegaard, who tallied 22 goal contributions in 37 top-flight games.

Haaland's international team-mate has come up clutch for Mikel Arteta several times this term, scoring against Tottenham, Chelsea, Newcastle and Brighton as the North London outfit cemented a second-placed finish.

No player won possession in the attacking third more times than the No8 (49) and the playmaker thrived in opposition territory, completing a league-high 665 final-third passes.

Kieran Trippier (Newcastle)

Kieran Trippier has been phenomenal for Newcastle this season
Kieran Trippier has been phenomenal for Newcastle this season

Kieran Trippier led Newcastle to Champions League qualification for the first time in 20 years as the Magpies continued their resurgence under new ownership.

The former Spurs and Atletico Madrid full-back has been an ever-present under Eddie Howe and provided huge contributions in both attack and defence.

Bruno Fernandes (119) is the only player to create more chances than the England international (110) and only Marc Guehi (162) won possession in the defensive third more time than Newcastle's No2 (145).

Alisson (Liverpool)

Liverpool may be disappointed with their season, but it could have been much worse had Alisson not been at the top of his game.

The world-class Brazilian managed to keep 14 clean sheets and even picked up an assist during the Premier League campaign, punting through to Mohamed Salah as Liverpool beat Manchester City 1-0 in October.

Alisson made 108 saves across the 38-game term and is a strong contender to become the Reds' Player of the Season.


Premier LeagueManchester CityErling Braut HaalandTottenham HotspurHarry KaneArsenalMartin OedegaardNewcastle UnitedKieran TrippierLiverpoolAlisson Becker
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