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🇨🇲Zambo Anguissa leading Midfielders in Europe in one aspect👇

Anguissa has completed the highest take_ons amongst Midfielders in Europe

Fulham and Cameroon’s Midfielder André-Frank Zambo Anguissa, is leading the way amongst Central_midfielders in Europe’s top five Divisions, in terms of the number of take_ons completed this season.

25_year_old Anguissa, has featured in all of Fulham’s 15 premier league games this season and providing two assists.

Perhaps the aspect of the game that the former Olympic marseille man has enjoyed most this season, is when it comes to take_ons.

According to Squawka football, Anguissa has attempted 72 take_ons, and has successfully completed 50 of them, giving him a 69% success ratio, the most from any central_midfielder in Europe’s top five league’s.

He has also made 47 successful tackles, ranking him third in the premier league, behind Southampton’s Oriol Romeu (53) and Brighton’s Yves Bissouma (48).

André-Frank Zambo Anguissa has completed more take-ons than any other central-midfielder in Europe’s top five divisions so far this season:

⬡ 72 attempted
⬢ 50 completed
⬡ 69% success

And he’s also made 47 successful tackles. 🤯 https://t.co/rTl8BaiLR6

Fulham has struggled for form this season in the premier league, currently ranked in the bottom half of the League’s table. Despite their struggles, Zambo Anguissa has proven his qualities, with consistent performance every match day.

The Cameroonian International spent last season with Villarreal in the Spanish La Liga, where he had a stellar season. Anguissa and his Fulham still have what it takes to fight for their safety in the premier league this season.

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Afeseh Apong

Afeseh Apong is a graduate of the Advanced School of Mass Communication, ASMAC, and is currently Team press officer of PWD Bamenda

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