Ex-Manchester United player, Gary Neville and former Liverpool centre-back, Jamie Carragher, on Monday night, named their Premier League best XI of this year.
Neville and Carragher named six Liverpool stars and two Tottenham Hotspur players in the list.
The duo also included one player each from Manchester United, Manchester City and Wolves.
They both worked together to form a combined XI of the 2020 Premier League’s best.
In the defence, Wolves’s Conor Coady was part of the four-man defenders that includes, Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Andrew Robertson, while goalkeeper Alisson is in goal.
In the midfield, Jordan Henderson joined Manchester City playmaker, Kevin De Bruyne, and Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes to make the three-man midfielders.
In midfield, Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne – who Carragher hailed as the league’s ‘best player’ – joined Henderson and Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes.
In the attack, Mohamed Salah joined Tottenham’s stars, Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane in the attack line.