Since joining Milan in the summer of 2019, Theo Hernandez has been delivering an excellent performances for the Rossoneri on a consistent basis. His recent performances for the France national team in the UEFA Nations League against Belgium in the semi-finals and Spain in the final begs the question if the Milan man is currently the best left back in the world.
The France international move to Milan from Real Madrid for a deal worth around €20m. After an impressive displays with the San Siro giants, the 24-year-old received his first call to the France national team and didn't disappoint.
Although, he has his defensive shortcomings. His defensive blunders has cost his team several points in the league. As a left back, his priority is to prevent the opposition from getting into his box, something he has partly achieved.
However, his offensive abilities has been superb. For instance, he's scored a late-winner many times for Milan and did in France 3-2 victory over Belgium to send his team to the final for the first time in history. Also, he provided the assist for the second goal against Spain in the UEFA Nations League Finals.
Also, in three appearances for the France national team, Theo has scored one goal and provided one assist. So far this campaign for Milan, the former Real Madrid defender has scored one goal and provided four assists across all competitions. Since arriving at the San Siro, Theo Hernandez has bagged 16 goals and provided 17 assists in 90 appearances.
Therefore, his recent performances and attacking exploits as well as late winning goals for both club and country shows the Frenchman is becoming the best left back in the world.
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