Manchester United seem to have back to their winning ways. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his boys beat their arch rivals Arsenal on Friday to book their place in the FA Cup fifth round. While waiting remaining FA fixtures to kick off, we suggest you to identify and recognize the six best dribblers in football today.
6. Leroy Sane- Man City
Pass & path of dribble that Leroy Sane choose are brilliant pic.twitter.com/7oGMesioSE
— Temma H. (@fammet_h) December 6, 2016
Manchester City attacking midfielder is a difficult player to stop especially when he has the ball on his left foot. The 22-year-old is capable of changing direction at high speed and defenders don’t like such kinds of players. He can also dribble past a couple of players if he gets surrounded by opponents. In 2017/18 season, he was named PFA Young Player of the year and he fully deserves the award. On Monday, he terrorized Netherlands backline all night. He will a great player in the future.
5. Anthony Martial- Man United
— 🇫🇷 MUSC FRANCE 🇫🇷 (@MUSCFR) January 31, 2018
Manchester United forward Anthony Martial is one of the most dangerous dribblers in football today. The Frenchman can change direction at a lightning speed. He is capable of maneuvering through a crowd of defenders charging towards the goal. The young attacker recently terrorized the aging Juventus backline in UEFA Champions League. On his day, he is a nightmare for any defensive player.
4. Paulo Dybala- Juventus
Paulo Dybala's first half game stats against Man Utd:
3 Shots (1 On target)
0/2 Accurate crosses
40 Touches pic.twitter.com/96kn4VCPpS
— Forza Juventus (@ForzaJuve2017) October 23, 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo is a goal machine but Paulo Dybala likes to dribble past several players before scoring a goal. This is probably the biggest difference between the two stars. The Argentine dribbled past a couple of players to score a beauty against Young Boys in UEFA Champions League. He netted a hat-trick that day. Therefore, it is still hard to understand why his national team continues to keep him out of the team.