UEFA's European qualifiers All-Star XI contains six Premier League players
UEFA has announced its European Qualifiers All-Star XI, with six Premier League players making the team.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (Belgium), Manchester United right-back Matteo Darmian (Italy), Swansea defender Ashley Williams (Wales), Chelsea centre-back Gary Cahill (England), Swansea star Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland) and Southampton midfielder Steven Davis (Northern Ireland) all impressed in leading their countries to Euro 2016.
While the Premier League has over half the players in the XI, the German Bundesliga is also represented three times by 13-goal leading scorer Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Thomas Muller (Germany) and David Alaba (Austria) who all play for Bayern Munich.
La Liga also has two representatives: Real Madrid star Gareth Bale (Wales) and Rayo Vallecano left-back Razvan Rat (Romania), who make up the final XI.