Over the years, there have been plenty of players who the opposition fans love to boo due to their dirty acts. These are the ones whom the FA have given suspensions and bans for multiple occasions. But do you ever imagine what would happen if these players made their own squad? Today, we will take a look at the dirtiest players’ best XI.
11. Goalkeeper: Anthony Lopes
— BeFoot (@_BeFoot) January 21, 2018
Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes is one of the dirtiest players today. He is ever afraid of hitting the opponent so hard regardless of the consequences. At the end of the season, he got a five games suspension after being accused of striking a Marseille steward amid the melee. He had already been suspended for the rest of the season, but now miss the first games of next campaign as well.
10. Right-Back: Sergio Ramos
— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) October 17, 2017
Sergio Ramos has become the ‘Most Hated Man’ after intentionally injuring Mohamed Salah and then laughing at him as he was being taken out. The replays of the tackle had already made Ramos ‘Public Enemy No 1’. Leo Messi has also been the victim of the Spanish captain for multiple occasions.
9. Center-Back: Pepe
— luis Cubein (@LuisCubain) March 2, 2013
Pepe genuinely scares strikers into giving him the ball. When they don’t, he smashes them. In 2009, Pepe got a red card for bringing down Getafe midfielder Javier Casquero inside the box and kicking him while he was on the floor. He pushed his face into the turf and stamped on him as many times as he could.
8. Center:Back: Giorgio Chiellini
Chiellini might be one of the best central defensemen in the world. But he also might be one of the world’s dirtiest players. The Juventus man’s combination of pushes, trips, and tackles combine to make him one of football’s most infamous enforcers.
7. Left-Back: Patrice Evra
Patrice Evra becomes the first ever player in the Europa League to be sent off before a game…
“I love this game!” pic.twitter.com/GvdUa3cfsY
— Dirty Footballer 👊 (@DirtyFootbaIIer) November 2, 2017
There are many words to describe Patrice Evra and most are quite unpleasant. Former Marseille player Patrice Evra was at the center of a vicious bust up with his own fans last year. As results, the Frenchman was suspended for the rest of the season. He doesn’t have a team today.