Premier League Team of the Year 2011
Manchester United and Arsenal players dominated the Professional Footballers’ Association’s Premier League Team of the Year.
Current Premier League leaders had four players in the starting XI with Edwin van der Sar getting the nod in goal.
United skipper Nemanja Vidic, who was nominated for the player award, took his place in central defence.
Nani, who was a contender for the Young Player of the Year award, was named in the midfield, while Premier League top scorer Dimitar Berbatov was given a place in attack.
Jack Wilshere, who scooped the Young Player of the Year prize, was one of the three Arsenal players in the side.
Samir Nasri, who was in the running for senior and young player prize was named in midfield with French team-mate getting a defensive spot.
FA Cup finalists Manchester City had two players in the XI with Vincent Kompany getting a spot in defence and top scorer Carlos Tevez being included in the side.
PFA Player of the Year Gareth Bale capped a memorable night for himself by being named in the team in midfield.
Chelsea and England international Ashley Cole was named as left-back in the side after another fine season at Stamford Bridge.
Premier League Team of the Year: Van der Sar (Man Utd), Sagna (Arsenal), Cole (Chelsea), Vidic (Man Utd), Kompany (Man City), Nani (Man Utd), Nasri (Arsenal), Wilshere (Arsenal), Bale (Tottenham), Tevez (Man City), Berbatov (Man Utd).
~ via SkySports