Undoubtedly one of the best Premier League players of the 2010s, if not of all time, Hazard had his prime at Chelsea. Things didn’t work out for him at Real Madrid, but there’s a reason why they spent 100 million euros to make him a record signing at the time.
He played extremely well and was named Premier League Player of the Season when Jose Mourinho’s Blues won the title in the 2014/2015 season. He played so well that they won the title again two years later under Antonio Conte.
But his best year was his final year – the 2018/2019 season – when he scored 16 goals and provided 15 assists for an ordinary Chelsea squad that finished 26 points behind champions Manchester City.
The Arsenal legend deserves to be classified in a completely different group. Henry is the only player in Premier League history to score more than 20 goals and have more than 20 assists in a season (2002/2003). He scored 24 goals and contributed 20 assists.
Arsene Wenger’s Gunners finished runners-up behind Manchester United that year, but Henry couldn’t have done much more to help his team. The following season Arsenal became an unbeatable team and were crowned champions for the last time, never regaining the title to date.
Matt Le Tissier
He is a club legend in his own right, having spent almost his entire professional career with Southampton despite possessing the kind of talent that could easily have seen him play for Europe’s top giants. Europe. Le Tissier had some spectacular seasons in the Premier League, but he reached his peak in the 90s when he scored 19 goals and 16 assists for the Saint. In the Premier League alone, this former player has 101 goals and 42 assists after 270 matches.
The Frenchman has started the Premier League era brilliantly. He won the championship with Leeds and then scored a hat-trick in the 4-3 Charity Shield victory over Liverpool, his best period for Leeds. Despite that obvious talent, Howard Wilkinson struggled with Cantona’s temperament and agreed to sell him to Manchester United at the end of November.
It soon proved to be the most influential transfer in Premier League history, this addition becoming the catalyst for Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign.
Cantona scored 15 goals and 16 assists in his first season in the Premier League (1992/1993), most of which came after joining the Red Devils, the team for whom he became a talisman for major honors. the first in 26 years, and the first of 13 Premier League trophies lifted under Ferguson.
Thanh Vu | 21:34 October 12, 2023