The ideal XI in each of the big leagues until the lockdown
We are all looking forward to football resuming. Because it will be a sign that the coronavirus pandemic has gone and normality will return with the excitement of watching football.
Until that moment arrives, we can have a look at how competitions were going. At 'ProFootballDB' we have had a look and made an XI from each of the top five leagues based on their performances.
Almost half of the team in Spain are from Real Madrid and Barca. From the current leaders, only Messi si there. Individual players have performed better at Real. That is the case of Courtois, Varane, Casemiro and Benzema, all key to the side.
Out of the rest, it is worth highlighting Sevilla's defence, that is way Jesus Navas and Diego Carlos are there. the boldness of Felipe, the composure of Dani Parejo, the magic of Odegaard in a very offensive Real Sociedad and the talented Cucurella of Getafe complete the XI.
There are seven La Liga sides represented, the XI with most clubs represented out of the five leagues.
The Bundesliga XI is dominated by Bayern. They have five players in the XI. Neuer, Alaba, Davies, Thiago and Lewandowski.
Jadon Sancho, Dortmund's star player and Achraf are on the right flank. Leipzig have Umamecano and Timo Werner while Zakaria of Monchengladbach and Kai Havertz of Leverkusen complete the midfield. Haaland misses out on the XI as he only joined the league in January.
PSG completely boss Ligue 1, but they do not dominate this line-up. The Parisians have Marquinhos, Neymar and Mbappe in the team. Neymar and Mbappe have Monaco's Ben Yedder alongside them.
Three clubs have two representatives each. Marseille (Kamara and Payet), Reims (Rajokovic and Abdelmahid in goal and in defence, a reason Reims have the best defence in the league) and Rennes (Maouassa at left back and Eduardo Camavinga).
The final man in the side is the right back Celik for Lille. The absence of Lyon's players is surprising although they are seventh.
Although many thought Inter would be Juventus' biggest challengers to the title, both Lazio and Atalanta have been there and thereabouts this term. Those two outfits have four players each in the XI.
Hateboer is the Bergamo outfit's only XI while De Roon, Papu Gomez and Josip Ilicic also get in.
For Lazio there is Immobile, keeper Strakosha, Acerbi and Luis Alberto. No goalie has conceded less goals this season than Strakosha.
De Vrij (Inter) and Theo Hernandez (AC Milan) are also included as is Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo.
Liverpool's dominace in the Premier League gives them five spots. Three defenders (TAA, Van Dijk and Robertson), Henderson in midfield and Mane.
Leicester have two players in centre-back Soyuncu and Jamie Vardy while four clubs have one footballer each.
Dean Henderson (Sheffield United), Mason Mount (Chelsea), Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) complete the XI.