After a breakout season in the Premier League for Fulham, where he was on loan from Shakhtar Donetsk, Manor Solomon moved to Tottenham Hotspur this summer. The Israeli national team star has so far made five appearances for Spurs in the league, scoring twice, showing impressive ability when it comes to his dribbles and helping his teammates establish themselves in second place after seven rounds, just one point below champions Manchester City.
Yesterday, on the Danish website Indkast, Solomon was found to be the Premier League's dribble king for 90 minutes. Solomon averages two dribbles per game and five dribbles per 90 minutes, which currently gives him first place on the honorable list. The second place on the list behind Solomon is Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus with 4.4 successful dribbles per 90 minutes, and in third place is City's player of the summer - Belgian Jérémie Duku (4.1).
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Tottenham's next game will take place on Saturday when the Roosters take on newcomer Luton, with Solomon hoping to return to the line-up after two games in which he started on the bench and came on as a substitute.
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