The Premier League this season has seen some players who love taking on their opposite man, with their fast feet ball works, and pace, and are pretty handy at winning their one on one duels.
However these players are capable of operating in tight areas and beating a challenge do not come so easy as it looks, and sometimes result in horrible tackles by the opponent which sometimes result to injury.
Well, we have put together a list of players who are sitting on top 5 most dribbles in the Premier league so far this season.
1 Adama Traore – Wolves ( 144 take -ons completed)
Wolverhampton wanderers winger Adama Traore as so far this season had the most dribbles in the Premier league, beating his opposite man using his power and pace to terrorise opposition defence.
He has been consistent with his dribbles this season, helping Wolves to fight for a champions league spot this season, with Nuno’s side currently sitting on 6th position on the Premier league log .
2. Wilfred Zaha – Crystal palace (136 take ons completed)
The ivory coast winger is always a danger for opposition defence every season, it is no surprise that he is on this list with 136 take ons already this season.
Zaha has been known for his dribbles in the Premier League since he joined the London club, and has always helped his team out of difficult situations, sometimes single-handedly win games and have most times used his dribbles to earn his team Freekicks and penalties this season.
3 Emiliano Buendia – Norwich City (92 take-ons completed)
The Argentine winger is the surprise name on the list, with his performance for bottom side Norwich this season.
But for those who have followed the player from his days at Spanish club Gatafe, will know he has the ability to get dribble pass opposition players, as he has done this season with Norwich.
4 Allan Saint-Maximin – Newcastle United (80 take-ups ons completed)
The Newcastle winger has been a fantastic signing so far for the Premier League club since joining from French club Saint Etienne last summer.
Just like Wilfred Zaha, he likes to use his power and speedy pace to beat opposition full-backs to create goals or win free-kicks for his side, which has seen him been a major part of Steve Bruce side this season.
5 Matteo Kovacic – Chelsea ( 69 take ons completed)
The Croatian player is the only midfielder on this list, which could be a surprise for some Premier League fans, but he is arguably one of the top dribblers in the EPL this season.
The midfielder uses his long legs to hold on balls and dribbled past players to create space and chances for his forwards, which has actually helped the blues this season with Kante and Jorginho ready to protect the player.