The 2019/20 Premier League season is over, and what a weird old ride it was.
But which players shone over the course of the longest Premier League campaign in history?
We’ve picked one standout from all 20 clubs …
Arsenal’s top scorer with 22 Premier League goals, Aubameyang also led by example after taking over as club captain mid-way through the season. But will he sign a new contract?
Villa’s captain was another who led by example with numerous eye-catching performances this season. Keeping Grealish around will be a huge challenge for the club this summer.
Bournemouth may have been relegated, but goalkeeper Ramsdale can be proud of his efforts this season. The 22-year-old has been linked with a return to Sheffield United this summer and he deserves to stay in the Premier League.
Another captain fantastic, Dunk adapted quickly to Graham Potter’s style of football and even chipped in with three goals and three assists along the way.
Low budget Burnley finished slap bang in the middle of the table this season and the defensive consistency of Tarkowski was a big reason why.
Chelsea had a number of good performers this season but Kovačić’s brilliance on the ball and energetic pressing was what really made Frank Lampard’s team tick this year.
It was a low scoring season for Palace overall but Ayew chipped in with nine goals, one of which was a wonder goal against West Ham back in October.
Everton were thoroughly disappointing this season but 23-year-old Richarlison continued developing into a fine player. If Carlo Ancelotti can keep him at Goodison Park, there’s every chance 2020/21 will be much better from the Toffees.
To bag a Premier League Golden Boot-winning 23 goals at the age of 33 is a phenomenal achievement from Vardy. But the less said about his acting skills, the better.
Jordan Henderson may have won Footballer of the Year but Mané was Liverpool’s brightest star in their magnificent title winning campaign. Incredible player.
Kevin De Bruyne
Maybe the best player in the Premier League this year, De Bruyne was on fire for the runners-up, contributing 13 goals and a record-equalling 20 assists.
He may have only joined mid-way through the season but Bruno’s instant impact inspired United to go on a 19-match unbeaten run which ultimately secured an impressive third-placed finish.
Newcastle weren’t always a joy to watch this season but their French winger with the headband was different gravy. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for the affable 23-year-old.
Like Ramsdale at Bournemouth, Krul went down fighting with Norwich this season and can’t be faulted for effort, despite a few flaws.
Basham was superb defensively and superb going forward as Sheffield United valiantly punched above their weight this season. Same again in 2020/21 and they will be just fine.
To come back from a frustrating injury spell and score 22 Premier League goals in a side which struggled at times was a huge achievement for Ings. Other clubs will be having a think about him this summer, that’s for sure.
Spurs started the season with Mauricio Pochettino in charge and finished with José Mourinho, but Son’s excellence was a consistent presence throughout. His solo mission against Burnley might have been the goal of the season.
The weirdest thing about Watford was their relegation felt totally avoidable, especially since they unearthed a star in Sarr. We suspect the Senegalese won’t be joining them in the Championship.
Maybe it’s the recency bias talking but Antonio was one of the form players in the league post-lockdown and his eight goals towards the end of the season were ultimately what kept West Ham up.
The Mexican hit-man was on fire again this season, with 26 goals scored in all competitions. He’ll be a wanted man this summer, but he could do a lot worse than staying at Molineux.