FIFA World Cup 2022: Best Dribblers in the World Records and Statistics

Get information on best dribblers in the world – the rankings and records reveal the name of Lionel Messi for the FIFA World Cup.

Football fans have always had a soft spot in their hearts for players who can dribble deftly. Dribbling is integral to football because it allows players to get past opponents and eliminate them from play. Having skilled dribblers on your squad is a huge plus, as in any sport like the FIFA World Cup.

Skilled dribblers may make a difference when teams sit deep in their halves to defend and try to hit the opposition on the break. Using their subtle touches, agility, and burst of speed, they can break down such defences and find success in confined areas. Those who can dribble quickly and gracefully are universally regarded as the game’s most extraordinary talents. So, without further ado, here are the best dribblers in terms of FIFA World Cup and international football in 2022.

Lionel Messi


When you look at the results, it’s clear that Messi is performing at a high level again. The Argentine is again dangerous when he has the ball at his feet. He has scored several goals and set up a lot of others. He was consistently ranked among Europe’s top dribblers during his career but fell out of the top 10 in the most recent season.

Shapes change, but classes remain. Messi is well on his approach to surpassing his total from the 2021-22 season, with his current dribbling average being significantly higher. He has a significant lead over his European counterparts, having completed seven more dribbles (for a total of 44) than any other player in Europe’s top divisions.

Adam Ounas

Algerian winger Ouma joined Lille in the summer. At Napoli, he was on the fringes of the team and was permanently loaned out. He isn’t a sure thing to start, but he’s getting more playing time and showing that he’s a wizard with the ball at his feet.

Chidera Ejuke

The Nigerian winger left CSKA Moscow after Russia invaded Ukraine and joined Hertha Berlin. Hertha is having a hard time in the Bundesliga right now, and it looks like they are in the middle of a fight to stay up or go down. But Ejuke is proving to be helpful. Earlier in the season, he had a hand tying Bayer Leverkusen, Mainz, and Hoffenheim.

Sofiane Boufal

People in the Premier League may remember Boufal as a talented attacker who didn’t quite deliver for Southampton. His five goals and assists in 84 games for the Saints show that.

Two years after leaving St. Mary’s, the 29-year-old Morocco international is still taking on players and driving at defences, but now he has goals to show for it. Boufal has scored three goals this season and set up three others for Anger in Ligue 1. On average, he directly helps achieve a goal every 120 minutes.

Evann Guessand

The 21-year-old forward is one to watch in Ligue 1 this season. He came up through the French youth system and is now on loan at Nantes from his hometown club, Nice. Guessand has played all over the forward line for Nantes this season. He has gained European experience and helped the French club get out of their Europa League group. He gives the other team’s defenders something to think about when he gets the ball on his right foot.

Even though there are a lot of good dribblers in soccer today, there are always a few who stand out for their ability to cause chaos in their opponents’ defences, create chances and score goals in the FIFA World Cup. This article lists the best dribblers in soccer for 2021/2022 based on how many dribbles they make per 90 minutes of play.

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