Premier League Team of the Year

The Premier League season took about six months to get going but when it did, it presented us with plenty of memorable moments – most notably from teams outside the top four.

Of course there was Sergio Aguero’s injury-time winner in one of the most dramatic last days ever as the title went to Eastlands but then there was also the great escape of Wigan, Newcastle’s march up the table and the entertaining football played by new boys Swansea and Paul Lambert’s rejuvenated Norwich City side, who carried on the momentum of back-to-back promotions with some stirring displays.

It is the usual drill for team of the season; only one player from each team and a standard 4-4-2 formation.

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