Euro 2016 top 100 players: Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku feature between 80-61
Last Updated: 08/06/16 11:55am
In the build-up to Euro 2016, we're counting down the top 100 players to watch at the tournament.
WhoScored.com use a range of statistical criteria to give each player a rating out of 10 for their performances for their clubs throughout the season. We've used the average mark of players to have made over 20 league appearances for their clubs in 2015/16 to rank the top 100 at Euro 2016.
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Next up, we look at players ranked 80-61, including Manchester United and France forward Anthony Martial and Everton's Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku...
80 Dmitri Kombarov, Russia (7.15)
Spartak Moscow left-back Dimitri Kombarov was the club's top scorer with seven goals in 2012/13 but is more focused on his defensive work now, at the age of 29. He finished in the top five in the Russian Premier League for tackles, interceptions and passes for players in his position.
79 Chris Smalling, England (7.15)
Manchester United recorded the joint-best defence in the Premier League in 2015/16 and Chris Smalling played a key role at the heart of Louis van Gaal's backline. Only Southampton's Virgil van Dijk (163) won more headers than Smalling's 123.
78 Sergio Ramos, Spain (7.15)
Sergio Ramos played a starring role in Real Madrid's Champions League final triumph over Atletico Madrid with a goal and a successful penalty in the shoot-out. However, Los Blancos have also been impressive in defence this term in that competition, and Ramos was a key figure in their late title tilt.
77 Lukasz Piszczek, Poland (7.153)
Experienced Poland right-back Lukasz Piszczek has enjoyed another steady season with Borussia Dortmund. Only Bayern Munich's Phillip Lahm and Schalke's Junior Caicara average more key passes per 90 minutes (1.3).
76 Gerard Pique, Spain (7.155)
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique is back to his best form, proving to be a rock alongside Javier Mascherano, as well as having the fifth-highest pass completion percentage in the division (90.5).
75 Robbie Brady, Republic of Ireland (7.156)
Norwich winger Robbie Brady delivered the fifth-highest average crosses per game in the Premier League last season (1.7), but couldn't prevent the Canaries' relegation from the top flight.
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74 Toby Alderweireld, Belgium (7.163)
Winner of Tottenham fans' player of the year award, defender Toby Alderweireld played in all 38 of Spurs' Premier League games this season, and also made the PFA team of the year.
73 Alessandro Florenzi, Italy (7.164)
Roma's Alessandro Florenzi has been the Serie A side's utility man this season, playing anywhere from right-back to central midfield to left winger, scoring seven goals along the way.
72 Ivan Rakitic, Croatia (7.165)
Seen by many as the final piece in Barcelona's midfield jigsaw when he signed in 2014, Ivan Rakitic's pass completion percentage of 88 is the fourth-highest of La Liga midfielders to play more than 30 games.
71 Sime Vrsaljko, Croatia (7.167)
A key member of Sassuolo's over-performing side last season, 24-year-old right-back Sime Vrsaljko has 16 caps for Croatia, and will bring aerial dominance to Ante Cacic's side in France.
70 Anthony Martial, France (7.170)
His big-money move to Manchester United last summer raised eyebrows but the 20-year-old has repaid the club's faith in him by topping their scoring charts in his first season, despite often being pushed out to the wing. A real asset to hosts and favourites France.
69 Romelu Lukaku, Belgium (7.171)
While Everton may have underperformed this season, Romelu Lukaku's 18-goal haul highlights his quality - only Sergio Aguero, Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane scored more. Key to Belgium's chances of success in France.
68 Vieirinha, Portugal (7.183)
Able to operate either as a right-back or right-sided midfielder at Wolfsburg, Vieirinha will offer Portugal boss Fernando Santos options. After scoring twice and creating three more from nine appearances as an attacking right-sided midfielder this season, Vieirinha may prefer a more advanced role.
67 Blaise Matuidi, France (7.186)
Blaise Matuidi enjoyed another impressive season with Ligue 1 winners Paris Saint-Germain, scoring four times and registering six assists for the French giants. Careful in possession - Matuidi had a 91.8 per cent pass completion rate - the 29-year-old will be at the heart of the hosts' midfield this summer.
66 Kyle Walker, England (7.186)
Tottenham's first-choice right-back during their title-challenging campaign, Kyle Walker will go head-to-head with Liverpool's Nathaniel Clyne for a place in Roy Hodgson's England line-up. However, he can point to making more key passes (34) than any other right-back in the Premier League this season.
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65 Selcuk Inan, Turkey (7.191)
One of Galatasaray's top performers in Turkey's top flight this season, Selcuk Inan scored 11 times and recorded three assists from central midfield. Inan also finished among the top 10 for passing accuracy (87.4).
64 Zlatko Junuzovic, Austria (7.192)
Austria midfielder Zlatko Junuzovic enjoyed an impressive season with club side Werder Bremen, weighing in with 10 assists - only two players recorded more. Junuzovic also found the net three times and will be one of Austria's key creative forces in France.
63 Ashley Williams, Wales (7.196)
Centre-back Ashley Williams captained Wales to their first-ever European Championships but has also been an inspirational figure at Swansea this season, helping his club avoid relegation from the Premier League. Williams averaged 8.7 clearances per game during the campaign - more than any other Premier League player.
62 Mario Mandzukic, Croatia (7.197)
Mario Mandzukic's impressive displays at Euro 2012 helped earn him a move to Bayern Munich, and he is set to lead the line for Croatia for a third consecutive tournament. Following a year at Atletico Madrid, he is now at Juventus, where he has helped lead them to a fifth consecutive Serie A title.
61 Julian Draxler, Germany (7.198)
Featured just once in Germany's World Cup victory just two years ago, but Julian Draxler is likely to play a more prominent role heading into Euro 2016. The 22-year-old helped fire Wolfsburg to the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time in their history, where they were beaten by eventual winners Real Madrid.
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