28 Jun 2022 | 08:36 | Football
Who is hot in the Premier League right now? Sky Sports ranks every player from the last five matchdays…
tottenham striker Son Heung-min has collapsed Mohamed Salah Topping the Power Rankings season charts – a position the Liverpool star has held for almost the entire campaign.
After breaking the deadlock in a 1-1 draw with the Reds, Son Heung-min surged to pole with three games remaining – having scored 11 goals in his last seven league games.
According to xG, the South Korean has 20 goals in the Premier League this season – without taking a penalty – and has nearly doubled his expected return in front of goal.
Salah, meanwhile, had 22 goals – but five of them came from the field – and matched his expected number of goals.
full-back Trent Alexander Arnold and Joao Cancelo Both were about 6,000 points away from the top of the leaderboard and had a big lead on the straights.
The winners will join the Power Rankings Hall of Fame together Harry Kane (2020/21), Kevin De Bruyne (2019/20), Eden Hazard (2018/19), Salah (2017/18), Alexis Sanchez (2016/17) and Riad Mahrez (2015/16).
son After the draw at Anfield, performances in the last five league games also soared to the top of the table, scoring two goals in a 3-1 victory Leicester last time out.
Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus (No. 2) fell from the top of the table after failing to make it to the standings at 5-0 new castlescored in a 4-0 game Leeds and smashed four past Watford two weeks ago.
teammate Rodri (No. 3) scored at the Etihad Stadium for the third consecutive league game, while Raheem Sterling (No. 8) jumped 130 places after scoring two goals.
arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah (No. 4) in double figures in a 2-1 victory Leeds On Sunday, while the Liverpool winger Luis Diaz (No. 5) tied the game in a draw with the Spurs.
The power rankings are based on the points awarded to players on 35 different stats – from goals and assists to blocks and tackles. The standings take into account the number of points a player has earned over the first five matchdays of a season, with a 20% reduction in the incremental deductions for each previous match.
Leeds centre back Pontus Jansson (No. 9) Quickly into the top 10 after defeat at Emirates Stadium, although Ollie Watkins (No. 10) Second straight goal in a 3-1 tie burnley.
You can see the top players for each club in the table below…
Salah Broke his six-match goal in the Open 4-0 win over Manchester United Now he has 22 Premier League goals this season.
but son His tally has expanded to 20 this season, just two behind Salah – and Cristiano Ronaldo Only four games short of the Liverpool winger, but United have just one game left.