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Opinion: 6 Of The Best Dribblers of The Premier League Era Since 2000

Source: BleacheReport

Fans are especially fascinated by dripping. Dripping is the key to breaking the opponent's defense and scoring goals. Winning a fast-paced or tight-willed man is incredibly exciting, and only the best players can pull it off. Many of the best dribbles in the past have been on the football field, but today we focus on some of the best dribbles in the Premier League.

 6. Wilfred Zaha

 Wilfred Zaha's skill has delighted spectators at Selhurst Park for years, making him one of the most feared attacking threat in the Premier League. It is not only the ability to take a person fast that makes him a dangerous opponent; It is also a remarkable gift and his ability to score goals. The Ivorian international has been one of the most looted players in the Premier League for the past six years. While this may seem like a bit of a stretch, in the final third, he repeatedly takes the ball to dangerous places and shows how important Zaha is to attack Crystal Palace.

 5. Adama Traore

 The Wolves wing winger is one of the most versatile muscles in the Premier League, making him the most feared player anywhere. Opposing ones are obligated to do so, since destroying it on the ground is the only way to stop it. Still, there is little you can do to stop the former Barcelona star from falling asleep and sweating profusely. Simply hope for the best.

 4. Raheem Sterling.

 She is the only teenager and the only Englishman on the list is Rahim Sterling. Former Liverpool striker Fennom has been in fine form since taking over under new manager Brendan Rodgers. Manchester City's lightning strike has earned him a number of awards, including his quick-witted defensive prowess. The 26-year-old is one of the youngest players to emerge from the Premier League.

 3. Luis Suarez

 Brendan Rodgers has a clear idea of ​​how to get the best out of his attacking players. The Uruguayan player repeatedly falls deep to launch attacks and has recently shown the ability to cut off rivals. Overall, during his time at Liverpool, Suarez was the most prolific player in the league, easily dropping defenders, destroying after a few touches and going crazy outside the 20-yard box.

 2. Jay-Jay Okocha

 Jay-Jay Okocha is considered one of the most beautiful soccer players in history. It was strange to see such an imaginary footballer play under Sam Allardyce. Okocha, unlike Eric Jemba-Jemba, is considered acceptable to the extent that he has been nominated twice. The Nigerian playmaker is widely regarded as the best Nigerian and African footballer of all time. Augustine Azuka has been recognized for his self-confidence, technicality and drifting skills, especially in the transfer market. It was a pleasure to see him play for Bolton Wanderers.

 1. Eden Hazard

 He is one of the best players in the Premier League, let alone Eden Hazard. While many talented and talented players have the opportunity to play in the middle of the field, the Belgian prefers to shoot on the side, beat someone with his magic leg and then cut or strike in the box. To shoot someone else. Hazard has been sidelined since his move to Real Madrid, but is one of the best in the league with 245 appearances for Chelsea, 85 goals and 47 assists.

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