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Opinion: 8 Players To Have Registered Four Assists In A Premier League Match

Source: Talksport

All footballers have the ability to pass the ball. On the other hand, even professional soccer players find it difficult to get the ball rolling. Only the most imaginative stars can make important post-game relays and create opportunities for your teammates. We've seen a lot of players in one game since the start of the Premier League, but only a few have gone one step further and four yards out. Let's see if we can find out.

 8. Cesc Fabregas - Arsenal vs Blackburn Rovers 2009

 During his time in the Premier League, the Spaniard established himself as one of the most creative and talented players in the world. Fabregas is the second-highest scorer in the Premier League with 111 assists in 350 games. Four of them arrived on October 4, 2009. Fabregas scored four times in a 4-2 win over Blackburn Rovers. Thomas Vermaelen, Robin van Persie, Andre Arshavin and Theo Walcott all received help from Fabregas. Arsenal's fourth goal of the game was a blow to Blackburn.

 7. Paul Pogba - Manchester United Vs Leeds United 2021

 The Frenchman, on the other hand, was unbeaten in last season's 5-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford. He is the club's only new star and the first Manchester United player on the list. Pogba set up Bruno Fernandez's first goal in the 30th minute, before Mason Greenwood scored the second goal. He then made another pass to Fernandez for the third assist of the night and finally defeated Fred for the fourth.

 6. Santi Cazorla - Arsenal vs Wigan Athletic 2013

 We are returning to Arsenal. Santi Cazorla scored all four of his assists. In the first half we got Lucas Podolski in a corner kick with his right foot in the second half. Cazorla was stunned to see Wigan win the championship with a sword.

 5. Emmanuel Adebayor - Tottenham v Newcastle 2012

 Although the Togolese player is best known for his time with north London rivals Arsenal, his record-breaking performances have been accompanied by Spurs. In 2012, Tottenham's 5-0 win over Newcastle could be a memorable moment for Luis Sah. Adebayor, on the other hand, failed to score four goals and scored his own masterpiece.

 4. Dennis Bergkamp - Arsenal vs Leicester City 1999

 The Dutchman is one of the best players in the Premier League and has played a part every time he was on the ball. A.D. He was a key figure in Arsenal's success in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In many cases, his partnership with Theory Henry was to be seen and appreciated. Bergkamp has scored 87 goals in 315 league appearances for Arsenal. He is the fifth highest assists in the Premier League with 94 assists. The four came against Leicester City in 1999. Bergkamp scored a hat-trick for Nicolas Anelka (hat-trick) and Ray Parlor to beat Arsenal 4-0 at half-time. Bergkamp became the first player in Premier League history to score four assists in a single game.

 3. Dusan Tadic - Southampton v Sunderland - 2014

 The Saints have suffered two 9-0 defeats in recent seasons, but they have been the ones to punish. In 2014, Southampton beat Sunderland 8-0, with the visitors scoring three goals on their own. And Ajax Tadich was in the middle of all this, producing four new members for the special club and one asking for his own.

 2. Jose Antonio Reyes - Arsenal vs Middlesbrough 2006

 Seven years later, the late Spaniard was the architect of the 7-0 victory and became the next player to complete the tournament. Philip Cendros netted two of Tyre Henry's balls into the net in the first half. Alexander Hileb scored Arsenal's first goal of the season as the ball bounced off the Belarussian side and Reyes was recognized.

 1. Harry Kane - Tottenham v Southampton - 2020

 Harry Kane has established himself as one of the best strikers in the Premier League and in the world. He scored the eighth goal in the league. His 0.68 goals per game is the highest in the 10, compared to Theory Henry. Ken, on the other hand, has changed to the usual No. 9 over the years. He became more active in the game, assisting his teammates with goals. Ken scored a lot of goals and assists in the 2020-21 season. His stats earned him the first Premier League Player of the Season award. In the 2020 Spurs 5-2 win over Southampton, Son and Ken's telepathic relations were fully strengthened - Ken scored and assisted all four South Korean shots in the same way.

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