The Premier League's WORST XI of the season is revealed
Just as there have been winners from this season's Premier League campaign, there have invariably been losers, and the statisticians at Sofascore have been quick off the mark to draw up a starting XI that no player would want any part in.
Leeds, who finished 19th and are doomed to another season in the Championship, are the best represented in the line-up, with Leicester the only relegated side to avoid its players' inclusion.
The Whites' Brenden Aaronson was given the lowest average score of the season across the Premier League by the stats gurus, closely followed by Bournemouth's Adam Smith, and his Leeds team-mate Junior Firpo.
While the XI is largely made up of teams lower down the standings, Tottenham's Clement Lenglet and Fulham's Bobby Decordova-Reid are two representatives from the top half of the table.
Here, Mail Sport reveals the full break-down of Sofascore's lowest-rated team of the season, and their 4-2-3-1 formation.
Goalkeeper: Gavin Bazunu (Southampton) 6.58
The youngest goalkeeper in the Premier League by some margin, Bazunu has had a torrid time between the sticks during Southampton's lacklustre season. Ranked 21st in the league for the number of clean sheets kept, the 21-year-old has only stopped his side from conceding four times. Of the regular starters, only Keylor Navas has fewer.