Premier league’s most underrated footballers this season

  1. Andy Robertson:

It has been quite the story for Andy Robertson ever since he joined Liverpool from Hull City. He has to be one of the best signings for Jurgen Klopp and it is safe to say that the £8m has turned out to be a bargain for the Reds. Robertson has been excellent going forward and has been sound defensively too. He seems to have a very bright future ahead and it is necessary that the youngster gets more recognition for what he has achieved this season.

  1. Wilfried Ndidi:

The 21 year old Nigerian midfielder was signed with a big job on his hands as he was landed to fill in for the departing N’golo Kante. He took his time initially to settle in but has adapted very well due to the English conditions and the physical demands of the Premier League. He has shielded his defense very well and been equally helpful in the attack and has done a phenomenal job for Leicester City this season.

  1. Mamadou Sakho:

Crystal Palace had a very tough beginning to their Premier League season but with the arrival of Roy Hodgson and his inspiration to the on loan Liverpool defender Sakho, has done wonders for the Eagles. He has led with an example and been a key figure in helping Crystal Palace survive relegation this season. With Laurent Koscielny out for the World Cup, there is a chance that Sakho might get the nod to travel to Russia and be part of the French squad for the tournament.

  1. Glenn Murray:

It has been a memorable season for Brighton in the Premier League, their first ever in the top division. A lot of hard work has been put in by the promoted side and it has been quite evident on the pitch. They have secured their Premier League status for one more season courtesy their 1-0 win over Manchester United. Glenn Murray has been one of their key players this season as the 34 year old has scored 12 goals this season. Even at this age, he is expected to make the difference and he hasn’t disappointed even one bit this season.

  1. Ederson:

This season it has all been about how lethal Manchester City have been going forward but it is important to note that their Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson had a key role in their Premier League success. He has been very sharp between the sticks with his positioning and reflexes and guarded the goal with utmost sharpness. His passing distribution and awareness is exactly what Pep wanted. It is no joke to keep 14 clean sheets in his first Premier League season and that is something that needs to be appreciated more.