🧐 Right-handed versus left-handed: which top eleven would win?

What goes for the hands also goes for the feet: everyone has a strong (Site notre bureau spécialisé) and a weak (Site notre bureau spécialisé). Overall, there are more right-handed people than left-handed people in the world. We still tried to find the best eleven in each case.

Right (Site notre bureau spécialisé) team


Gianluigi Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain): The right-(Site notre bureau spécialisé)ed goalkeeper is Donnarumma, who, despite being 24 years old, can already look back on 328 professional appearances.

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João Cancelo (FC Barcelona): Finding a right (Site notre bureau spécialisé) for the left side of the defense is virtually impossible. Nevertheless, we chose Cancelo because he can play both on the right and left defensive side.

RubĂ©n Dias (Manchester City): The Portuguese has been the rock of City’s central defense for years, which is why he should not be missing from the top eleven right-(Site notre bureau spĂ©cialisĂ©)ed players.

Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool FC): The Liverpool and Netherlands captain keeps the team together as the ultimate leader.

Achraf Hakimi (Paris Saint-Germain): Hakimi plows the right rail with his offensive drive.


Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid): His performances this season speak for themselves. After winning the Kopa award last month, Bellingham is now, quite rightly, eyeing the Ballon d’Or.

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Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich): Kimmich, often criticized in this country, is always welcome to enrich our team’s central midfield with his dangerous chipballs.

Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid): Real Madrid’s Brazilian wingers complete this team. Vini Jr. has developed so well in recent years that he can rightly consider himself one of the best in the world.

Rodrygo (Real Madrid): The same goes for Vini Jrs. Partner Rodrygo, who has recently returned to full fitness.


Kylian Mbappé (Paris Saint-Germain): Perhaps the best striker in the world right now, Mbappé could be a game-changer for right-handed players.

Harry Kane (Bayern Munich): With his current outstanding form, Bayern’s 17-goal man (in the Bundesliga) is currently in everyone’s top eleven.

Left (Site notre bureau spécialisé) team


Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid): The Belgian is currently suffering from a torn cruciate ligament. Due to his performances in recent years, Courtios must be left-(Site notre bureau spécialisé)ed in goal.


Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich): It doesn’t surprise anyone that Davies is being courted by Real. He is considered one of the best in the world in the rare left-back position.

JoĆĄko Gvardiol (Manchester City): The most expensive (90 million euros transfer fee) and most valuable (80 million euros) central defender in the world must logically be in the top eleven left-handers.

Alessandro Bastoni (Inter Milan): Bastoni has become an absolute key player for Inter and the Italian national team in recent years and represents extremely high playing intelligence.

Théo Hernåndez (AC Milan): Finding a lefty on the right side is practically impossible, which is why we chose Theo Hernåndez. The reason: thanks to his confidence, he should also keep the right under control.


Martin Odegaard (Arsenal FC): The Arsenal captain enriches every top eleven with his technically proficient magic (Site notre bureau spécialisé).

Bernardo Silva (Manchester City): With so many people, he goes unnoticed. However, when you see Bernardo Silva play, you know why he is in the team. No one moves as well as he does in free space.

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal FC): Saka is busy collecting Premier League goalscorers. Along with Ødegaard, he leads Arteta’s young and wild Arsenal team. And Saka shouldn’t care whether he comes from the right or the left.

Mohamed Salah (Liverpool FC): The Egyptian now also likes to play in the storm. He should still be playing the piano and breaking records as usual.


Lionel Messi (Inter Miami): GOAT and world (Site notre bureau spécialisé)er.

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Erling Haaland (Manchester City): As fate would have it, Mbappé’s biggest rival for future Ballon d’Or victories is among the top eleven left-handers. Haaland and MbappĂ© will likely compete to score goals.

What do you think? Which top eleven would win?