5 Players Who Have Had Their Best Season Till Date
These Players Have Had An Unforgettable Season
Surprise is a strong phenomenon in football. The emergence of unprecedented events, unpredictable outcomes, unbelievable occurrences and unimaginable developments is one thing that makes the sport even more interesting.
Football will never stop to surprise us. We have witnessed the rise of several footballers for the past few years, but this season is quite spectacular. Though it took some players some time to hit their peak, they have finally reached amazing levels in this campaign, with a lot of blistering displays.
From average to heroes, these superstars have played significant and indispensable roles for their respective teams during the campaign. They also attracted the love of football fans, changing their reputations for good and attaining fantastic heights in their various careers. With a golden pen, they have written their names and gained recognition across Europe this season.
It will be a great pleasure to know these amazing superstars, isn't it? So, let's look at the top 5 players who have had their best season to date:
#5. Wissam Ben Yedder
Many superstars reached fantastic heights in La Liga this season, Wissam Ben Yedder is definitely one of them. The attacker was signed by Sevilla FC from French outfit, Toulouse in the summer of 2016. Even though he showed some promising signs in his first year at the club, his final breakthrough came in the current campaign where he took his career to another height with his impressive performances.
The Frenchman has had his best season yet as a footballer, scoring 8 goals and 3 assists to help the Spanish outfit to the 7th position on the La Liga table. He also has 3 goals to his name in the Copa Del Rey, leading the Hispalenses to the final of the tournament before they were defeated by Barcelona.
Ben Yedder introduced himself in the Champions League in style this season, scoring 8 vital goals and pulling up a couple of magical performances. He was the hero as the Spanish side sent Manchester United out of the European tournament. His 2 goals in the second half were enough to down the Red Devils and secure a quarter-final spot for his club.