Arsenal players were conspicuously absent from the two lists of the Premier League Team of the Decade named by two former players.
Ex-Liverpool center-back Jamie Carragher and former Manchester United right-back Gary Neville named their respective Premier League Team of the Decade on Sky Sports and the Gunners had no representative.
The other five members of the Premier League top-six club had a representative at least.
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For the team named by Manchester United legend and former Valencia manager Gary Neville, David De Gea (Manchester United), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Vincent Kompany (Manchester City and Anderlecht), Pablo Zabaleta (Manchester City and West Ham United), David Silva (Manchester City), Yaya Toure (Manchester City), Eden Hazard (Chelsea and Real Madrid), Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), Luis Suarez (Liverpool and Barcelona) and Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) all made the list.
For Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher, he named nine of the players that made the list from Gary Neville with the duo of Luis Suarez and Harry Kane missing out.
Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante won the Premier League title in successive seasons with two different teams and he was rightfully named into his list.
Former Tottenham Hotspur forward and current Real Madrid player Gareth Bale also made the list.