EPL Japanese winger’s dribbling secret…”I studied dribbling with my graduation thesis”

Brighton’s winger Mitoma Kaoru’s dribbling ability wasn’t just acquired.

Mitoma is flying. Brighton winger Mitoma moved to Brighton from Kawasaki Frontale in 2021, but did not receive the opportunity and spent his life on loan at Royal Union Saint-Giloise in Belgium. And he recorded 8 goals and 4 assists in 29 games across all competitions in the 2021-22 season, and was called up again by Brighton next season.

Mitoma, who has grown even more, is making a big success this season. So far in the 2022-23 season, Mitoma has been active as the team’s key winger, scoring 4 goals and 1 assist in 14 matches in the English Premier League (EPL).

He also scored in his most recent game. Brighton drew 2-2 with Leicester City in the 21st round of the Premier League in the 2022-23 season held at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, England at 0:00 am (Korean time) on the 22nd. On this day, Mitoma started as a left winger and scored the opening goal in the 27th minute with a sharp kick shot. 온라인카지노

Mi Toma’s greatest strength is his unique dribbling ability. He is as short as possible, touches the ball a lot, changes direction easily, raises his head and looks at the opponent’s feet to break through, making it difficult for defenders to block.

This ability is also proven by his figures. According to football statistics company ‘Opta’, Mitoma was the player who recorded the most successful dribbles in the penalty box after Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) among the players in the top 5 European leagues. He is proof of his boldness and high dribbling accuracy.

The story of Mitoma is being re-examined with his performance and goals against Everton. The British media ‘Sports Bible’ said, “Mitoma proved his worth with a tremendous finish against Everton.”

The media then introduced the story of Mitoma’s current dribbling ability. Mitoma is famous for studying hard at the University of Tsukuba in Japan, and it is said that he actually took the subject of studying dribbling by attaching a first-person camera to himself as his graduation thesis. He says that through this he developed a habit of focusing on the opponent’s movements rather than his own feet. Mitoma’s current abilities were by no means accidental.

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