The football game has many aspects, one of it is dribbling. If you look back into football history, you will discover that, many of the most successful and the best football players of all time were also among the best dribblers. Dribbling is even more important today because teams now defend more and one of the only ways to break through a compact defence is by dribbling through.
There are many good dribblers in world football today and on this list, we will take a look the Top 15 Dribblers In World Football. Some of these players may become one of the greatest dribblers ever in the history of football!
15. Dries Mertens
Mertens is celebrated as one of the finest strikers in Europe. Direct and pacy, his low centre of gravity has been a nightmare for Serie A’s rigid defences. Possessing good vision, passing, shooting ability, movement off the ball, and an eye for goal, he is known for his ability both to score and create goals.
14. Leroy Sane
Leroy Sane has been one of the stars of the Premier League over the past couple of seasons. Not everyone was convinced that Leroy Sane had made the right decision when he moved to Manchester City from Schalke for £46.5m. However, he proved the doubters wrong. Skill and strength. Increasingly, it is his intelligent movement darting in off the flank that stands out too. With age on his side, he still can get better.
13. Allan Saint Maximin
Saint-Maximin is a right-footed winger who is capable of playing on either side of the pitch. The most impressive things about him are his lightning pace and mesmerizing dribbling skills. Blessed with a sound technique which allows him to keep good close control in tight areas along the flanks, the 21-year-old uses his pace and instant acceleration to beat the defenders.
Currently struggling for game time at Real Madrid, Isco has been one of the best dribblers in the world over the past couple of years. A quick, skilful and creative player, Isco is known for his natural ability to pick out an inch-perfect pass, dribble effortlessly through two or three challenges or drift a shot into the top corner of the goal.
With Zidane back, he is expected to be back in the starting line-up.
11. Wilfried Zaha
Zaha confounds defenders with his blend of speed and skill, he presents a challenge to anyone seeking to evaluate his contribution. He has a team built around him, he personifies Palace; perhaps no other player defines a club as much.