The British magazine FourFourTwo included seven South Americans in the ranking of the best 100 players in the Premier League

More and more players born in South America decide to continue their careers on the European continent, seeking filming in the five major leagues. The Premier League It is one of the competitions that draws the most from foreign players, and that is one of the reasons why it is one of the most attractive in the world.

Many of these players manage to establish themselves in the old continent, others make history and there is also the group of those who leave without pain or glory.

British magazine ‘FourFourTwo’ He dedicated himself to putting together a ranking with those who, for them, were the best players in the Premier League since 1992. There, seven footballers born in our continent appeared, with four Brazilians, two Argentines and one Uruguayan.

Going in ascending order, the list is headed by the four green amarelhos, which are Gilberto Silva (position 90), Fernandinho (88), Juninho (83) and Roberto Firmino (78).

A little lower appears Carlos Tevez, who had good steps for West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City. The current Boca Juniors player is in the top 67, beating players like Luka Modric, Peter Crouch and Michael Essien.

A little higher it peeks out Luis Suarez, the current scorer of LaLiga of Spain. His tremendous time in Liverpool left a mark on the Premier and that is why the British magazine awarded him 35th place.

For his part, the best South American for ‘FourFourTwo’ is Sergio Aguero, who came to Manchester City 10 years ago and became the institution’s historic scorer. Kun is in the top 16 of the ranking.

The top 3 of the best Premier League players are headed by three legends: Alan Shearer, in third place; Cristiano Ronaldo, in the second; and Thierry Henry, at the top.


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