Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez wins Sky Sports Power Rankings
By Adam Smith
Last Updated: 22/05/17 11:18am
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez has won the Sky Sports Power Rankings this season.
The Power Rankings methodology reflects a player's performance by awarding points to players for 32 different stats and ranks Sanchez as the top-performing player in the Premier League with 24 goals and 10 assists.
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard held his position as runner-up but was almost overtaken by Tottenham striker Harry Kane on the final day.
Kane ended the season just 346 points shy of second spot after netting seven goals in his final two games to claim the Golden Boot with a career-high 29 Premier League goals - despite only starting 29 games compared to the Belgian's 36 starts.
Spurs duo Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli also made the top 10 - making Mauricio Pochettino's men the most prolific in the Power Rankings top 10.
Diego Costa also represented champions Chelsea at No 4, while team-mates Marcos Alonso (No 11) and Cesar Azpilicueta (No 12) narrowly missed the leading pack.
Everton's Romelu Lukaku finished the season in the same position as the Toffees, in seventh, having scored 25 goals this season.
Manchester City players were notably sparse in the top 20, despite scoring a remarkable 15 goals during four successive wins to see out the season - claiming third place in the Premier League.
City's Kevin De Bruyne made No 8 in the final chart and Sergio Aguero reached No 19, with the former creating a league-high 18 assists and the latter hitting 20 goals from just 25 starts.
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho (No 9) and Roberto Firmino (No 10) complete our final 2016/17 Power Rankings top 10, scoring 24 goals and creating 14 assists between them.
The Power Rankings scoring system favours midfielders with attacking qualities, but, interestingly, Tottenham defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama finished the season at No 24 - ahead of Chelsea's N'Golo Kante at No 29.
Meanwhile, Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke and Swansea playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson were the only players from clubs in the bottom half of the table to make the top 50.
Below, we present the final 2016/17 Power Rankings and your club's top points scorer...