Top English daily newspaper “The Telegraph” has released a rundown compiling the best 25 players in Premier League history. From Magpies legend Alan Shearer, Arsenal’s productive and prolific Frenchman Thierry Henry, kindred comrade Eric Cantona to players who are as still carrying out their specialty including Vincent Kompany, Wayne Rooney, and ex-Liverpool star Luis Suarez.
John Terry, who left Stamford Bridge this summer following a trophy loaded career, is positioned as the best defender ahead of Rio Ferdinand, Tony Adams, and Kompany. Full-backs Ashley Cole and Gary Neville likewise make the best 25.
They’ve settled the Scholes-Lampard-Gerrard wrangle by putting the United midfielder ahead of his international comrades
Meanwhile, it was subject to intense debate as several individuals didn’t go with the list and clamp down on Twitter to give their opinions
— Jody Morris (@morriskid) September 7, 2017
But Hazard was 1 of the main reasons Chelsea won 2 Premier League titles & 1 COC so yah 🤷♂️
— Anonymous (@BryanYimCT) September 7, 2017
I'm a Spurs fan but I'd say Sergio Aguero deserves a place, 2nd quickest to get to 100 Prem goals & maybe the best moment in Prem history?!
— Simon James Legg (@SimonJLegg_) September 7, 2017
lamps has gotta be higher here
— The Chelsea Man (@The_ChelseaMan) September 7, 2017
No Vidic? And Kompany is here???
— The Osahon (@SeanSnappy) September 7, 2017
That is unreal. How is Pires and Kompany above Hazard!
— Arron Dowsett (@27Arron) September 7, 2017
Both Suarez and Ronaldo shouldn't be in this team. Hazard in + someone else
— Abdullah (@a2_cfc) September 7, 2017
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