2017/18 Premier League football season is done and dusted. The 38th and final game was played on Sunday evening across the country. Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester United and Champions Manchester City secure the top four places. Championship new members are Swansea City, West Brom, and Stoke City. Chelsea will need to consult Arsenal on matters Europa League. The focus now shifts to FA Cup final between the Red Devils and Blues and of course UEFA Champions League final. Today, we want to look at six players with most passes completed in the just concluded 2017/18 EPL Season.

6. Nemanja Matic- 2,601 Passes

Manchester United fans will be pleased with Nemanja Matic first season at Old Trafford. The Serbian arrived last summer from Chelsea. Antonio Conte wanted Bakayoko because he was younger as compared to Matic who was 28 years. However, the move backfired and it is Jose Mourinho who is laughing now.

The holding midfielder has been one of the most consistent players since his arrival. He has completed 2,601 passes to finish sixth best in the League. He played almost every game in the Premier League.

5. Kevin De Bruyne- 2,693 Passes

Manchester City power this season has come from the super talent they possess in midfield. Kevin De Bruyne has been a kilometer away from his peers this season. The Belgian finished second in PFA Player of the year award behind the winner Mohamed Salah. He lifted assists award with 16. He finished fifth on the passes completed list with 2,693 passes.

4.Cesar Azpilicueta- 2,760 Passes

Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta finished fourth ahead of Kevin De Bruyne on the total number of passes completed in the just concluded 2017/18 Premier League season. The Spaniard successfully delivered 2,760 Passes. However, his contribution was not enough for his team to finish in top four places.

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