2. Patrice Evra (Manchester United)

Patrice Evra, as a former forward, presents a genuine attacking threat from the back. He has a remarkable crossing rate and can come into dangerous positions at the top of the pitch.

He completed 24 key passes and assists in the 2012/13 season, but still maintained his defensive prowess, winning 61% of his duels.

However, the French player has been known to sometimes be caught out of position. 

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