The announcement of the World XI by FIFPRO was instantly criticized for its lack of Premier League players. Here is our Premier League World XI whom we believe can compete and win against the FIFPRO XI.When choosing teams like this, it is often hard to do because there are more than one deserving players at each position. What we came up with was the best starting XI and subs that we could think of. Our formation is an attacking one – 4-3-3, and one this is certain, this group would score goals.
Starting at the back, we felt it was best to give the nod to
his embarrassing run-in with Zlatan Ibrahimovic during England’s friendly against Sweden earlier this season, he has proven that he is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League. He has conceded 19 goals in 21 appearances with 8 clean sheets thus far. Hugo Lloris was a close second having an incredible year for Tottenham which has them sitting at 3rd in the league. Unfortunately, he was second only to Hart and finds himself in the subs.
The best defense in the Premier League contains
Our midfield is incredibly offensive, but talented. Together they have 30 goals and have each made a name for themselves throughout the campaign thus far. The three midfielders we chose for our first team are
The attacking third of the field was the easiest to choose. It doesn’t take a genius in football to figure out that
Robin Van Persie