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Flashback 2020: 5 unsung heroes of Premier League who didn't get credit


Premier League 2020 New Delhi: Football can be a team game but all the players in the team never get that much appreciation. While some players get as much credit as they deserve, this is not always the case. While there are some cases where some players overtake fans, there are also examples of players who do not get the recognition they should get.

In this article, we will take a look at five such unheard heroes who for some reason have failed to get their due credit. Here is the list of the top five youngest players in the Premier League in 2020.

John McGinn - Aston Villa 

Like Jack Grealish, Aston Villa have many other players who are quite impressive. McGinn is arguably the second best player at Villa Park after him. The 26-year-old was one of the bright sparks in Villa midfield last season and has been very good this season and scored 4 goals with 1 goal scored in Premier League games.

James Ward-Pruve - Southampton 

Ward-Proves has been one of the longest-serving shortest players in the Premier League and the case is still the same. The 26-year-old was given an armband by manager Ralph Hassenhutl in the closing stages of last season and since then, has taken his game to another level. The England international is known for his outstanding ability, and still finds himself fourth on the table.

Pierre-mile H√∂jbjerg - Spurs 

Hodgeburg was replaced by James Ward-Pruw, who replaced Southampton as captain. The 25-year-old has completely changed Jose Mourinho's mobility, as the Lilywits sit at the top of the table right now. The tireless midfielder has been one of the best at his position this season and should soon get the recognition he deserves.

Olivier Giroud - Chelsea 

The year 2020 could have been very different for Chelsea and their manager Frank Lampard if it had not been for Olivier Giroud as well. Had the Frenchman's form not worked well in the closing stages of the previous season, the Blues would not have finished the last season at number four.

Nevertheless, Lampard chose Temi Abraham and new signing Timo Werner to lead his line, before the age of 34 to lead his line when the 2020-21 season began. Thi, but once again he had to turn to Arsenal's man as Giroud once again established himself as the center of first choice at Stamford Bridge.

Giorginio Visionaldum - Liverpool 

Over the years, every time Liverpool bumped up his midfield, it was believed that Jurgenio Visionaldum would lose his place, but after so many years, he remained the most minutes player under Jergen Klopp.

Wisildam is a true team player and the thing that sets him apart from the rest is his relentless nature and level of consistency.

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