Man City, Chelsea And West Ham Stars Combine To Make Perfect Player

Would a man as tall as Peter Crouch, with feet as small as David Silva and Sergio Aguero, be able to stand?
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Would a man as tall as Peter Crouch, with feet as small as David Silva and Sergio Aguero, be able to stand?

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How would the perfect Premier League player look? Oulala took a look at which players led in a whole host of criteria and built Premier League perfection. 

Manchester City pair David Silva and Sergio Aguero would provide both the left and right feet. David Silva has scored the most left-footed goals in the Premier League this season with every single one of his 11 coming via his left peg, which puts him fourth overall in Europe. Barcelona's Lionel Messi has the most left-footed goals with 18. 

Silva's club mate Sergio Aguero has the most right-footed goals in the Premier League with 13 from his 17 coming via his right foot putting him fifth overall in Europe. There's no surprise that Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo takes top spot with 21. 

West Ham's Diafra Sakho leads the Premier League for headed goals this term with five of his ten coming via his head. In Europe, only Marseille striker André-Pierre Gignac has more (six), putting Sakho second overall from the top European leagues. 

The brain and vision would be provided by Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas. With the most successful passes in the Premier League (1,808) and the most assists (16), the Spaniard has made full use of his technical skill this season. In Europe he sits third best for successful passes behind Marco Verratti of Paris-Saint Germain and Bayern Munich's Xabi Alonso and joint top for assists alongside Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne. 

Fabregas' Chelsea teammate Eden Hazard offers the legs to the perfect player as the most successful dribbler in the Premier League with 135 successful attempts at a rate of 64%. This puts him joint top in Europe with Bayer Leverkusen's Karim Bellarabi, but he bettersthe German's lesser success-rate of 56%. 

It's no big shock that 6' 7" Peter Crouch of Stoke City has won the most aerial duels in the Premier League this season with 138, a success rate of 60%. This puts him fifth overall in Europe with 6' 3" Hannover foward Joselu taking top spot with 167 aerial duels won, at a lower rate of 51%. 

There it is, the complete Premier League player that would frighten any defender in the world. Might look a bit funny though…



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