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Top 5 foreign, local and young players in BPL 2018-19

  • Published at 02:10 pm September 27th, 2019
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These lists were published in the August 

Top 5 foreign players

Daniel Colindres

Arguably the best player in the league with 11 goals and as many assists. Most noticed for his ability to deliver meticulous crosses.

Raphael Onwrebe

The Nigerian striker led the club’s front line with highest 22 goals in the league, out of which 10 came in the last five matches. Got big support from Uzbekistan forward Alisher Azizov.  

Masih Saighani

The Afghan center-back didn’t let the club feel much of the absence of their top national defender Topu Barman and played crucial role in Abahani’s historic campaign in the AFC Cup group stages.

Baktyiar Duishobekov

One of the most consistent performers with seven goals and 10 assists. The versatility of the Kyrgyzstan midfielder gave more confidence to the coach.

Kervens Belfort

The Haitian international left a silent role in the club’s goal-galore season with only four goals but as many as nine assists. One of the most unselfish forwards in the league.

 

Top 5 local players

Nabib Newaj Jibon

Jibon’s confidence in front of goal grew with each passing day while he continued to provide assists. He enjoyed his new role at No 10 with 17 goals and nine assists.

Matin Mia

Matin couldn’t play at his favorite position all the time but improved his individual performance to find 11 goals, second most among the locals.

Bishwanath Ghosh

The full-back who is best known for his capability of long throw-ins, along with his defensive ability, was a consistent performer throughout the season.

Emon Mahmud

After moving to Bashundhara from Abahani with a record fee, Emon repaid the faith of the Kings with consistent performances in the heart of midfield.

Toklis Ahmed

The out of favor national forward regained his form in the second phase of the league with seven goals, despite missing six matches.

 

Top 5 young players

Rabiul Hasan 

One of the brightest performers for Arambagh with his great skill in attacking midfield, but the captain and national youngster missed some matches in the end.

Arifur Rahman 

The 20-year old winger was a constant threatening presence in the left wing, scoring six goals along with registering four assists.

Yeasin Arafat

The 16-year old defender belied his age making 21 first-team appearances, and was consistent with his displays.

Rahmat Mia

The 19-year old left-back played in the third division last season but was a revelation in the top-flight as he caught the attention of the other coaches for his ability of quick overlapping.

Rakibul Islam

The 19-year old can play on both wings and made a bright debut in the premier league after playing in the second-tier last season.