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Lionel Messi Vs Cristiano Ronaldo: Who have the Most Successful Dribbles in Over A Decade

Lionel messi comparison with cristiano ronaldo is not ending anytime soon, in the Top Five dribblers since 2006/07 till now.

Lionel Messi is the highest successful dribbler ad he has dribbled successful 1950 times since 2006/07 till now. If you are priveledge to watch messi play, you found out how good he is with foot ball. He is the only player who have successfully penetrated any defense and score solo goals.

The number 2 on the list is Eden Hazard, back in cheslea, he was premier league defenders night mare, he was very quick with feet and was as fast as breeze while playing, he is highly noted for gifting yellow cards to those who marked him. After Lionel messi, he is next on the line with 1220 dribbles.

Bayern Munich Frank Ribery is the next on the line with 945 dribbles, he was a terror in bundesliga, his intelligent seems to have no limit, he could dribble and also finish quite well. He was good with ball, making charges at the opponent and also help to draw pressure to himself, creating space while dribbling and helping his teammates with passes through those spaces.

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best footballer that have walked on the surface of this planner, his goal statistics will suggest to you that he is more of a finisher than an entertainer. During his stay in Manchester, he was known for his unique dribbling style, but while he was at real Madrid, he was more of a finisher. He have 842 dribbles, Lionel Messi have over twice of his dribbles.

Manchester city Kun Aguero is one of the best dribblers in the world, starting from when he was in Madrid, he is the only striker in the top 5 dribblers as others are midfielders, its surprising to see that he have 836 dribbles, close to Ronaldo's statistics, it weird that he have more successful dribbles than Neymar in over a decade

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