The art of dribbling is one of the most exciting and important skills in soccer.
Some of the most iconic goals ever scored have been the result of a player picking up the ball and taking on half the opposition defense. And even if it doesn’t end in a goal, a mazy run is certainly enough to get fans off of their seats.
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With its top-heavy spending and focus on attacking players, Major League Soccer has plenty of top-class dribblers in its ranks right now.
Check in on this article through the 2022 season to see who are the top dribblers in MLS right now:
Players with the same number of successful dribbles completed are separated by minutes played.
- Emanuel Reynoso, Minnesota United – 119 (2,195 mins)
- Carles Gil, New England Revolution – 79 (2,461 mins)
- Lucas Zelarayan, Columbus Crew – 71 (1,755 mins)
- Luiz Araujo, Atlanta United – 70 (1,705 mins)
- Talles Magno, NYCFC – 68 (2,226 mins)
- Santiago Moreno, Portland Timbers – 62 (2,009 mins)
- Marcelino Moreno, Atlanta United – 56 (1,704 mins)
- Jayden Nelson, Toronto FC – 56 (1,803 mins)
- Raheem Edwards, LA Galaxy – 55 (1,854 mins)
- Alejandro Pozuelo, Inter Miami – 54 (1,406 mins)
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