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Top 10 best Midfielders in the world.

Football basically consists of defensive players, Midfielders, and attackers. All the departments are equally important. FIFA 2021 rating came out about three days ago. They highlighted on 100 top midfielders, but I'm going to hint only on the best of best. The top 10, I mean.

10. Luka Modric: The one time Balon D'or winner, Modric, has had a decent season at Real Madrid. His style of play helped the Zidane side to win the Spanish Primera Laliga. The Croatian turned 35 years just recently but he's still doing a decent job for the galacticos.

9. Fabinho: He undoubtedly played a crucial role in the triumph win the Merseyside club, Liverpool had last season. He was as vital as Mane, Salah, Van Dijk, and the rest. The Brazilian is a typical defensive midfielder.

8. Son: The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder makes the list. This doesn't come as a surprise because he has been doing a great job for Jose Mourinho side.

7. Sancho: Well, I personally see the English man as a typical winger, but in the groupings done by FIFA, he was added to the midfielders. A right midfielder, though. His pace, dribbling ability, assist and eye for goal made him exceptional among his peers. No wonder Manchester United are chasing him.

6. Bruno Fernandez: this Portuguese player was exceptional last season in the English Premier League. Do you know that, although he left Spotting Lisbon in January, he still won their goal king? That's how good he is. He helped Ole's side to break teams that play deep.

5. Kante: there is more to type about this French man. He's undoubtedly one of the best we have seen on earth. Especially when it comes to tackling and winning balls. Breaking of opposition attack and the likes. He does that well.

4. Kimmich: the German and Bayern Munchen midfielder makes the list. 

3. Kroos

2. Casemiro

1. De Bryune 

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