We asked you which Premier League players were the best since 2010? And you answered.
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We broke down each position to make a 4-3-3 formation of the best that the English top flight has had to offer over the past 10 years. There were been some tough calls (sorry, Paul Scholes and Dimitar Berbatov), but we whittled the list down to the cream of the crop and gave you a chance to vote for your favourite.
Not every player was around for the full decade, but this is how you voted.
GOALKEEPER: David De Gea
The Man United stopper had 47% of the vote and took the No. 1 jersey from Petr Cech (35%) in a two-horse race.
LEFT-BACK: Patrice Evra
RIGHT-BACK: Trent Alexander-Arnold
Our voters cast the likes of Pablo Zabaleta (11%) and Branislav Ivanovic (16%) to history and voted for Trent Alexander-Arnold with a commanding 40%.
CENTRE-BACKS: Virgil van Dijk and Vincent Kompany
The new generation took top spot with Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk having 39% but ex-Man City defender Vincent Kompany also made the team with 20%. Nemanja Vidic and John Terry were tied for third on 15%.
DEFENSIVE MIDFIELD: N'Golo Kante
N'Golo Kante led the way for his work at Leicester and Chelsea with 61%, while Fernandinho (15%) and Michael Carrick (13%) were close to second.
CENTRAL MIDFIELD: Steven Gerrard
NO. 10: Kevin De Bruyne
No issues here, with De Bruyne walking away with 55% of the vote and Wayne Rooney a distant second with 28%.
FORWARDS: Eden Hazard and Mohamed Salah
STRIKER: Sergio Aguero
Finally, despite his history of award snubs, Man City's Sergio Aguero walks away with the prize. He netted 43% of the vote which was a landslide as Luis Suarez had 16% in second place.
MANAGER: Sir Alex Ferguson
Arguably the greatest manager of all time, Fergie landed 32% of the vote despite him retiring in 2013. Current leading lights Jurgen Klopp (31%) and Pep Guardiola (22%) came very close but not close enough.