Egyptian Mohamed Salah and Senegalese Sadio Mane undoubtedly have been the face of Africa in the English Premier League [EPL] for a couple of years now which can be told for a fact in terms of the attacking perspective. The duo have mastered their craft in European purview putting the African flag as high as they could winning important trophies together as teammates.
And on such accord, here is the most rated African midfielder in the Premier League we intend to enlighten our audience on this season.
Yves Bissouma is a Malian professional footballer who plays his trade with Brighton & Hove Albion in England. The 25-year-old may be barely recognized in the EPL this season, but he also sold his crafts to a few selected football lovers and established his turf as the best African midfielder in the League. Status on overall ranking places him in the 47th and 5th best African player to Mohamed Salah, Joel Matip, Riyad Mahrez, and Sadio Mane in that order.
Operate as an anchoring midfielder, Bissouma plays without flourishes as a defensive or centre or attacking midfielder but has an edge in the central role. His tackling, interceptions, concentrating, and dribbling have been nothing but top-notch every week recognized as 'Seagulls' second most valuable player to Marc Cucurella.
Yves Bissouma Stats this season according to sofascore:
Games played - 25
Minutes played - 2,075
Goals involvement - 3 goals
Key passes - 100
Big chances - 50
Total shots on goal - 20
Overall Accurate passes - 1,030 (89%)
Interceptions - 50 [ranked -9th in EPL]
Tackles - 75 [ranked -4th in EPL]
Successful dribbles - 35 [ranked -41st EPL]
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