City’s Fernandinho Tops Dirtiest Players In Europe

Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has been rated as the dirtiest player in the ongoing UEFA Champions League competition in a report by Goal.
The Brazilian international played a key role in the club’s advancement to the semifinal stage of the Champions League this season, netting a crucial goal that saw city past French side Paris Saint-Germaine.

So far, Fernandinho has conceded 32 fouls as against second place Real Madrid’s Casemiro who committed just 22 fouls.
Elsewhere, Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal is third on the dirty sheet with 20 fouls and followed by Renato Neto of Gent, 20; Juventus’ Paul Pogba, 19 and Barcelona right-back Dani Alves with 16 fouls.

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