AI tool, ChatGPT, has put together the greatest Premier League XI of all-time.
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot developed by OpenAI and was released in November last year.
It’s become wildly popular and and so we put it to the ultimate test by asking it to form ‘the greatest Premier League XI.’
Its response read:
Naming the greatest Premier League XI of all-time is a subjective exercise, but here’s a possible lineup:
• Peter Schmeichel (GK) – He was instrumental in Manchester United’s dominance in the 1990s, and won five Premier League titles with the club.
• Gary Neville (RB) – Neville spent his entire career at Manchester United, winning eight Premier League titles and two Champions League trophies.
• John Terry (CB) – Terry won five Premier League titles with Chelsea and was a stalwart in the club’s defense for over a decade.
• Rio Ferdinand (CB) – Ferdinand was a key player in Manchester United’s success in the 2000s, winning six Premier League titles with the club.
• Ashley Cole (LB) – Cole won three Premier League titles with Arsenal and two with Chelsea, and was widely regarded as one of the best left-backs of his generation.
• Frank Lampard (CM) is a Premier League legend who scored 177 goals in 609 appearances for Chelsea and West Ham. He won three Premier League titles and numerous other trophies during his career.
• Steven Gerrard (CM) – Gerrard was a talismanic figure for Liverpool, winning the Champions League in 2005.
• Paul Scholes (CM) – Scholes was an integral part of Manchester United’s midfield during their success in the 1990s and 2000s, winning 11 Premier League titles with the club.
• Cristiano Ronaldo (RW) – Ronaldo spent six seasons at Manchester United, winning three Premier League titles and scoring 84 goals in 196 league appearances.
• Thierry Henry (LW) – Henry is widely regarded as one of the best players to have played in the Premier League, scoring 175 goals in 258 appearances for Arsenal.
• Alan Shearer (ST) – Shearer is the all-time top scorer in the Premier League with 260 goals, and won the title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995.
This is just one possible lineup, and there are many other great players who could also be included.
The bot has limited knowledge after 2021 so has actually made an error on Cristiano Ronaldo’s stats.
Not a bad team at all. Any glaring omissions? Let us know in the comments.