the wide history of football, fans of this sport had the pleasure of being able to witness the incredible skills of 5 midfielders who marked a before and after in the history of football.
These players took the wand of the expected to the next level by demonstrating a series of unique skills with the ball in the field of play that allowed them to become successful footballers.
The success they have achieved allowed them to remain in the memory of all fans of this sport and serve as an example for future generations who follow in the footsteps of these legends hoping to become what they were , this article is to rewind our memories on who has made us happy on football now and then.
Throughout his football career as a professional, he always stood firm at Manchester United where he debuted as a midfielder in 1993 and ended his career in 2013 while maintaining his excellent football level in all these years.
In this team, he was proud to reap an immense amount of titles in which he had vital importance within the team. Scholes won 11 England leagues, 3 England Cups, 2 UEFA Champions League and 2 club world championships.A large number of decorations that add to his 66 matches in the England team where he scored 14 goals leads him to be one of the best midfielders in the history of football to his 44 years.
4.David Silva (Manchester City)
A Manchester City mainstay since his arrival in the Premier League nine years ago, Silva won his fourth Premier League title after another excellent individual season in 2018/19. Capable of playing on the right, as a No.10 or in the slightly deeper midfield role he’s been used in by Pep Guardiola, the Spanish schemer is a master at running games and finding spaces that, to mere mortals, seemingly don't exist.
Silva’s decision-making is almost flawless, and his tremendous technique means he’s invariably able to execute those ideas. He’s even begun to add more goals to his game in the last couple of years, becoming an even more rounded player at the age of 33.
3. Fabinho (Liverpool)
It's often said that Liverpool's star quality is provided by the front three and two full-backs, with the midfield seen as relatively functional. That's a little unfair to Jordan Henderson, Georginio Wijnaldum and, in particular, Fabinho, who took a while to settle at Anfield but is now among the Premier League's best engine-room operators.The former Monaco man is a master at halting opposition attacks, with his astute positioning and rangy frame making him an extremely difficult opponent to get past. He's a tremendous footballer too, capable of line-breaking passes and the occasional long-range howitzer, as he demonstrated in November's vital victory over Manchester City.
2.Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City
Kevin De Bruyne
The Belgian Magician has continued to justify his claim to the title as one of the best midfielders in the world. The Manchester City midfielder hasn’t missed a beat despite the stop-start schedule of the League this season. De Bruyne has amassed a monstrous number of assists in all competitions this season. Twenty of which came in the English Premier League added to his league goals scored so far in this league campaign. The City man broke the all-time EPL record of assists (20) in a season set by Arsenal FC Legend Thierry Henry.
1.Toni Kroos (Real Madrid Midfielder)
.Is there a midfielder more consistent than Toni Kroos? Since making his switch to Real Madrid in 2014 for a bargain price of €25 million, Toni Kroos has become a legend at the Spanish capital club. The German is an epitome of unbelievable consistency and class.
toni Kroos excels at having the best passing accuracy across the globe this season. This is despite the fact that he is the hub of Real Madrid's creativity, constantly playing long balls across the pitch and taking risks with the ball.The German averages 2.1 key passes and 7 long balls per 90 in the league, with an astonishing 4.4 key passes per game in the Champions League. having a passing accuracy of 93% in both competitions, he has been the best passer in the football world this season.
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