As football fans, we're always left wondering just who Premier League stars end up voting for in the various end of season award ceremonies.
Players are prevented from being biased and picking their teammates to win any number of accolades, and so it is always intriguing to think about which rival players they end up voting for in categories such as Player of the Season and Team of the Year.
This year's PFA Team of the Year selection seemed pretty uncontroversial, but that didn't stop it differing vastly from Chelsea stopper Asmir Begovic's own choices.
Unable to vote for any of the Blues' outstanding stars, the goalkeeper was left to run the rule over who he considered to have been the best this term:
There's definitely some controversial picks amongst those selected - West Brom's Ben Foster and Southampton's Ryan Bertrand spring to mind - but, those aside, it's hard to argue with the inclusions of Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Dele Alli et al.
We have some reservations over Paul Pogba's selection, given the world-record signing has failed to produce his best form on a consistent basis but, with Manchester United fans likely to slam us for picking on their prized asset again, we'll decline to do so this time!
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