There have been a few players over the years who have confused football fans on which foot was their dominant foot. Players like Paolo Maldini.
Maldini played most his career as a left back was actually a a right footed player. But the way he used his left foot in playing gave fans the difficult task of trying figure out what was his best foot because of his ambidexterity.
Here some other players who are great with both feet.
While he was at Sao Paolo in his first stint he proved his ability to use both feet to score two freekicks in one match.
Was really good at using both feet that he played at right and left back for Barcelona.
Quite a handful when any defender went up against him. He could do things with both feet that defenders wouldn't expect.
This guy could shoot, cross, dribbles and pass with either foot that proves ambidexterity.
This guy played freekicks, corner kicks, passes, shots and dribbles with either foot.
Honourable mentions; Pedro, AdamLallana, Wesley Sneijder, Ousmane Dembélé, Toni Kroos, Mason Greenwood, Luka Modrić.
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