Sky Sports have named the MVP for every Premier League club so far this season

It’s been a strange 19/20 season to say the least but plenty of players managed to shine before things shut down.

Some went even further than that, though, as they pushed their teams up a level to keep in touch with the objectives or even surpass them.

But which players stood out the most?

Sky Sports have detailed who the Most Valuable Player for each Premier League side has been so far this season.

They’ve delved into the stats to really find who makes each team tick, be it leading a dominant defence or scoring the points-winning goals.

Arsenal – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

The forward’s 17 goals earned a whopping 16 points – only Sadio Mane can better that.

Aston Villa – Jack Grealish

Grealish created the second-most chances from open play this season with 57 – around a quarter of his team’s total.

Bournemouth – Harry Wilson

No one has scored more goals as a substitute than Wilson, nor has anyone managed more from free-kicks.

Brighton – Aaron Mooy

The Seagulls average 55% possession this season, up on 41% last year, with Mooy playing a big part in that.

Burnley – James Tarkowski

No one has won more ariel duels than the defender, beating Virgil van Dijk by two (145 to 143).

Chelsea – Willian

The Brazilian has created the most chances for Chelsea, despite playing under three-quarters of the potential minutes.

Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha

No one has attempted more dribbles than Zaha and he’s completed the second most, too. He counts for 40% of Palace’s total.

Everton – Richarlison

Richarlison has made 59 tackles this season – the most by any forward. In fact, he leads that statistic by a massive 20 tackles.

Leicester City – Wilfred Ndidi

The Nigerian is the most prolific tackler in the Premier League, averaging 4.4 per game.

Liverpool – Virgil van Dijk

The ever-present defender has made more passes than any other player. He’s also the leader of a defence that has the most clean-sheets, the fewest goals conceded, the fewest xG against, and concedes the fewest shots.

Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne

De Bruyne doesn’t just lead statistics but dominates them. He’s created at least 21 more chances than anyone else, helping him to a massive 16 assists – four higher than second.

Manchester United – Harry Maguire

Maguire has the most touches, passes, clearances, and interceptions of any United player this season.

Newcastle United – Martin Dubravka

Dubravka leads the league in saves – by some distance. His 117 puts him 13 higher than second-place Berd Leno.

Norwich City – Teemu Pukki

The Finnish forward has been involved in 14 goals this season – 56% of his team’s output. That’s 10% more than anyone else for their respective team.

Sheffield United – Dean Henderson

On loan from Manchester United, Henderson has outperformed David de Gea by some distance this season. His save percentage is the fourth-best in the league, while the Blades have conceded the second-fewest.

Southampton – Danny Ings

Ings has scored 15 goals this season, 43% of his team’s total – only Pukki has a higher percentage. Those goals have also earned 13 points.

Tottenham Hotspur – Son Heung-Min

Son has the most assists, chances created, and dribbles for Spurs this season, as well as the second-most goals at the club.

Watford – Etienne Capoue

The Frenchman leads the Hornets in interceptions (second-most in the league), tackles, and fouls won this season.

West Ham United – Declan Rice

Rice has the second-most distance covered, interceptions and possessions won in the middle of the pitch for the whole Premier League.

Wolves – Adama Traore

Traore is comfortably the best dribbler in the Premier League, successfully completing 6.25 per game. That’s around 50% higher than 5th place.

A wide array of talent, then, featuring some of the best players in the league. The stats really show how much some players define their side.

And how important it is for certain teams to hold onto their stars this summer.

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