Top 5 dribblers in the world
Probably one of the hardest skills to master in football, dribbling is indeed a useful and basic attacking move one would benefit significantly from mastering. Find out who are the top 5 world-class dribblers;
Some might find the Barcelona player’s short height and low stature a weakness but it’s actually one of his greatest strengths. His size gives him balance which he utilizes beautifully on the football pitch. The ball stays glued to his feet and he is undeniably a nightmare for every defence in the world.
During his first season, the 23-year-old footballer recorded 2.7 successful dribbles per game on the average and so far for this season, he is averaging 1.8 successful dribbles per game and has achieved 5 goals from 10 appearances in all games.
Mbappe’s career has been doing great since he moved to Paris Saint-Germain; he was initially on loan from Monaco FC during the 2017/18 season. During his first season with Paris Saint-Germain, he scored 21 goals and as for 2019, he has already scored 9 goals in 11 appearances! Speed and dribbling are Mbappe’s ultimate weapons. He is averaging 2.4 successful dribbles per game so far.
Hazard truly realized his potential while playing for Chelsea. At the point he left Chelsea, he had scored 110 goals from 352 appearances. Hazard’s strength is his balance which aids in his dribbling technique. He constantly leaves the opposition stunned with his tricks!
Neymar scored 105 goals from 186 appearances for FC Barcelona before moving to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017. His performance in Paris is great so far; he managed to score 55 goals from 63 appearances. At times Neymar can be a bit of a prick on the pitch as he likes to show off his skills but you’ve got to agree with us that his step-overs, feints and rainbow flicks are definitely worth showing off.
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