This time last week, we brought you the FIFA ‘community’ Team of the Season, which included the likes of Tottenham centre-back Jan Vertonghen, Real Madrid full-back Dani Carvajal and AS Roma defender Federico Fazio.
Seven days on from that release, EA Sports have announced the official Premier League Team of the Season, which will be released at 6pm tonight
Just give me a moment while I prepare myself to spend a ridiculous amount of money to try and pack one of these overpowered, ridiculous cards.
One player that has left plenty of people talking is Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, who has been given a 98-rated after a terrific season in the Premier League this season.
With 98 pace, 99 dribbling and 96 shot – Hazard is without doubt the best player among the 23 Premier League players.
Other stand out cards include 97-rated Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 95-rated David de Gea and 95-rated Kevin de Bruyne.
EA SPORTS FIFA 17 Ultimate Team – BPL Team of the Season
David De Gea – Manchester United
Kyle Walker – Tottenham Hotspur
Cesar Azpilicueta – Chelsea
Jan Vertonghen – Tottenham Hotspur
Marcos Alonso – Chelsea
N’Golo Kante – Chelsea
Dele Alli – Tottenham Hotspur
Sadio Mane – Liverpool
Eden Hazard – Chelsea
Romelu Lukaku – Everton
Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
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Credit: EA Sports
If you missed last week’s ‘community’ Team of the Season announcement, here’s the details behind it.
According to the EA website, ‘over the last month, the FIFA 17 Community posted in the forums to help decide the players that make up each squad. Only those who had consistent seasons but were never selected to the weekly Team of the Week squad were eligible.’
Here’s the full list of players included:
Starting XI – GOLD
- GK: Oliver Baumann – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (Germany) – Germany
- RB: Carvajal – Real Madrid (Spain) – Spain
- CB: Jan Vertonghen – Tottenham Hotspur (England) – Belgium
- CB: Federico Fazio – Roma (Italy) – Argentina
- CDM: Danilo Pereira – FC Porto (Portugal) – Portugal
- CM: Jonathan Viera – Las Palmas (Spain) – Spain
- CDM: Morgan Sanson – Olympique de Marseille (France) – France
- CM: Karim El Ahmadi – Feyenoord (Holland) – Morocco
- LM: Bruma – Galatasaray SK (Turkey) – Portugal
- RM: Gelson Martins – Sporting CP (Portugal) – Portugal
- ST: Sebastian Driussi – River Plate (Argentina) – Argentina
Starting XI – SILVER:
- GK: Jesper Hensen – Lyngby BK (Denmark) – Denmark
- LB: Theo Hernandez – Deportivo Alaves (Spain) – France
- CB: Jan-Arie van der Heijden – Feyenoord (Holland) – Holland
- CB: Viktor Vasin – CSKA Moscow (Russia) – Russia
- RB: Emil Salomonsson – IFK Goteborg (Sweden) – Sweden
- LM: Marc Schnatterer – 1. FC Heidenheim 1846 (Germany) – Germany
- CAM: Graham Carey – Plymouth Argyle (England) – Ireland
- CDM: Soualiho Meite – SV Zulte-Waregem (Belgium) – France
- RM: Denis Bouanga – Tours Football Club (France) – Gabon
- ST: Francesco Caputo – Virtus Entella (Italy) – Italy
- ST: Chris Wood – Leeds United (England) – New Zeland
Starting XI – BRONZE:
- GK: Julian Pollersbeck – 1. FC Kaiserslautern (Germany) – Germany
- RB: Rhyan Grant – Sydney FC (Australia) – Australia
- CB: Christian Burgess – Portsmouth (England) – England
- CB: Liam Lindsay – Patrick Thistle FC (Scotland) – Scotland
- RW: Ezgjan Alioski – FC Lugano (Switzerland) – Macedonia
- LM: Henry Onyekuru – KAS Eupen (Belgium) – Nigeria
- CM: Frederik Haugen – SK Brann (Norway) – Norway
- CDM: Christian Norgaard – Brondby IF (Denmark) – Denmark
- CDM: Pablo Guinazu – Talleres de Cordoba (Argentina) – Argentina
- ST: Sean Maguire – Cork City (Ireland) – Ireland
- ST: Adama Niane – ESTAC Troyes (France) – Mali
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