Over the past few days, Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama was named the best dribbler in the MLS league with a 75% success rate.This high rate came from 39 successful dribbles past his opponents out of his total of 52 dribbles.So far, there is no any other player who has achieved this milestone in the MLS helping Wanyama to remain at the top.
Other good dribbling performers include Alvaro Medra of Chicago Fire, Carles Gil of New England Revolution, Kyle Doncans of New York Red Bulls and Eduard Atuesta of Los Angeles FC rap up the top 5 positions with success rates of 67%, 66%, 62.89% and 62.3% respectively.
After this achievement, fans have gone to social media to react on the same with mixed reactions witnessed.Below are some of the reactions:
Currently, Wanyama's CF Montreal are in the 6th position on the MLS table with 31 points after matchday 22.Wanyama has too been on the scoresheet on different occasions as well as captaining the club in most of it's outings.
Since coach Ghost Mulee took charge of Harambee Stars, Wanyama is one of the big names alongside Ayub Timbe and Johanna Omollo who have been left out of national team squad.Do you think Wanyama and his counterparts deserve a place back into the national team? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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