Top 11 Playmakers In The World
11. Christian Eriksen
Even though Tottenham’s title challenge ended in disastrous manner but still some of their players have been the best in Europe this season.
Eriksen’s playmaking this season played a major part in Spurs challenging for the title, he created 104 chances in one of the world’s most exciting attacks. He provided 12 assists this season.
10. Kevin De Bryune
De Bryune moved to Wolfsburg in 2014 and had a fantastic season with the German club before a move back to the Premier League with Manchester City.
His ability to find the net from distance makes him all the more dangerous, The Belgium international has scored 6 goals to compliment 9 assists in the Premier League this season.
9. Toni Kroos
Kroos is a deep lying midfielder and a German International having won the World Cup in 2014 with his national team.
Kroos came through the ranks at Bayern Munich and moved to Real in 2014. Kroos is known to have a brilliant vision and eye for ball and their aren’t many who pass the ball better then him.
Di Maria was back to full form after his move to the French captial, the star midfielder has rediscovered himself at PSG.
The 23 year old Atletico midfielder is one of the most prolific playmaker in Europe currently.
Koke has been a vital part of Diego Simeone’s team and has created over 70 chances this season.
6. Cesc Fabregas
The former Gunner moved to rivals Chelsea from Barcelona in 2014 and has been very succesful ever since.
The Spainish international has established himself as a starter in the star-studded line up at Stamford Bridge.
5. Eden Hazard
One of the most dangerous player in Europe, Eden Hazard had a dry spell in front of goal this season for Chelsea, but that did not stop him from creating chances.
The star Winger created 92 shot assists and seemed to be getting his goal scoring ability back by the end of the season.
4. Mesut Ozil
The former Real Madrid star had the season of his life in the Premier League providing 18 assists.
Ozil was let down by the strikers at Arsenal, but the German star still managed to create 130 chances for his team in the Premier League this season.
3. Andres Iniesta
The Spanish international is one of the all time greats and has time and again proven his ability to control the midfield and create chances from nowhere.
He might not be the footballer that he once was but his impact on the game remains the same.
2. Andrea Pirlo
The stylish Italian maestro has it all, from technique to style to perfect passing to flair.
Pirlo is the perfect midfielder, his eye for ball is as magnificent as his beard and hair. Pirlo is like a fine wine, getting better with age.
1. Lionel Messi
The best player in the world is as good a playmaker as he is a forward.
Messi can pass the ball with perfection, his dribbling is a joy to watch. The Barcelona star has provided 16 assists this season along with 25 league goals.