The Fantasy Premier League has seen some managers take big gambles on these players and score big.

Even those who are new to the fantasy premier league game by this point in the season are aware that signings and team composition rarely go as planned.
With our reports on the players who are in the lead at each player position, we’ll strive to illustrate this. You may observe how a pattern develops during the season, revealing which characters are passing trends and which are here to stay.

Read on to find out who the best players right now are, from Erling Haaland to other footballers who earned 200 points in their first FPL season.

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4 Sergio Aguero: (211 points)

Sergio Kun Aguero’s Premier League career was outrageously consistent. With 184 goals in just 275 games, he is currently fourth on the list of the Premier League’s all-time top scorers. In his career, he has won the Premier League championship five times. Aguero played a major role in Manchester City’s ten-year reign. It’s been a while since we have seen a player like him the Argentine scored 7.68 points per 90 minutes and had a 1.28 G/A rate.

3 Alexis Sachez: (207 points)

Sanchez did not have the greatest of seasons at Manchester United. Whereas for Arsenal, on the other hand, Sanchez was indeed a unique FPL beast. He was at his best in the 2016/17 season, tallying 24 goals, 11 assists, and 32 extra points for a combined amount of 207 points.

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2 Santi Cazorla: (205 points)

Many people might not remember how outstanding Cazorla was when wearing an Arsenal jersey; during the Spanish player’s breakthrough season, he was one of the crucial midfielders who dominated games for the Gunners. The midfielder amassed seven goals and 11 assists while playing for an Arsenal team that occasionally played with false modesty.

1 Erling Haaland: (203 points)

Erling Haaland (£12.2 million) extended his stellar start by scoring in Manchester City’s 1-0 victory over Palace and broke further FPL records to become the first player to reach 200 points this season. Though his streak of three straight home hat-tricks came to an end, the 350,000+ managers that Triple-Captained him, a milestone for a non-Double Matchday, were likely expecting even more than six points, but the Norwegian has remained City’s key goal-scorer with 28 goals in 26 games.

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