The most-picked Arsenal player was Thierry Henry, picked in 98%of groups, although Dennis Bergkamp (97%), Patrick Vieira (97%), Tony Adams (92%), David Seafarer (87%) and Ashley Cole (85%) likewise strolled into the final Gunners team.
Dutchman Overmars was the next most-picked gamer from those who didn’t make it, being named in 36%of selections, while Lauren (32%) was pipped at best back by Lee Dixon (48%) in the most closely-contested position.
Cantona was called in 58%of groups but was simply pipped as the third forward by Wayne Rooney (60%).
The selections somewhere else were far more clear cut, with Ryan Giggs getting selected more than any other United gamer, being named in 90%of teams.
Cristiano Ronaldo (86%), Roy Keane (86%), Paul Scholes (85%), Peter Schmeichel (84%), Gary Neville (83%) and Rio Ferdinand (82%) likewise walked into your United XI.
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There was not a lot to argue about in the Chelsea XI choice, with goalkeeper Petr Cech the most-selected gamer, being chosen in 98%of teams, and John Terry (97%), Didier Drogba (97%) and Frank Lampard (97%) likewise in practically every team.
The most hotly-contested positions were right-back, with Branislav Ivanovic (57%) edging out Cesar Azpilicueta (41%), and the last midfield slot, with Claude Makelele’s 48%of choices just seeing off Michael Essien’s 36%.
The only forward player who really came up to ousting among Eden Hazard, Drogba or Arjen Robben was Diego Costa, who got picked in 20%of teams.
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Sergio Aguero, possibly unsurprisingly, was Manchester City’s most-selected gamer, being chosen in 99%of group choices.
Vincent Kompany (98%) and Aymeric Laporte (79%) definitely walked it as the centre-back pairing, while Kevin de Bruyne was also nearly a consentaneous pick at 95%in midfield.
The hardest option appeared to be at left-back, where Aleksandar Kolarov triumphed with simply 30%of choices.