To be able to use both feet in the modern game not only makes you stand out as a player.
But it takes you to a different level, as instead of being this player that relies solely on their left and right.
You are able to do everything on both to pretty much the same level.
As you can imagine this makes it a nightmare for defenders or any opponents in 1v1 situations, as they have no clue what they’re going to do.
For someone who is one-footed, they may opt to go on their strongest foot most times.
However, for a two-footed player, you just can’t predict it.
Now in this post, we are going to look at arguably 17 of the best footballers with two feet in the game.
For these players being able to move the ball, control, shoot and dribble as helped them to become the household names they are now.
So without further ado and in no particular order let’s get through the list.
1. Heung Min Son – Tottenham
For Heung Min-Son it didn’t take him too long to hit the ground running in the Premier League.
After his switch from Leverkusen to Tottenham, he soon showcased his fantastic ability to do everything on both feet.
His ability with both feet allows him to take on anyone, which is also aided by his great pace and dribbling skills.
The Korean has been known to be a goalscorer over the years playing in that inside forward position, scoring on both feet.
His stats show that he has scored 78 on his right and 57 on his left, which is a ration that just shows you his clinical nature on either foot.
2. Kevin De-Bruyne – Manchester City
Belgium maestro Kevin De-Bruyne who is his countries talisman is a player who is great on both feet.
Not only does he have a terrific footballing brain, that has him steps ahead of his opposition.
But he is also technically gifted with everything he does on the pitch done to a high degree, no matter if its with his left or right.
This includes his accurate passing and venomous strikes on goal with his Nike Phantom GT football boots.
3. Neymar Jr – PSG
Now when I think of Brazilian footballers I instantly think of their skills and keepy ups.
After all, they are known for being great with their feet and controlling the ball, due to lots of beach and cage football.
So it goes as no surprise that the best Brazilian footballer in the world Neymar Jr, is phenomenal on both feet.
The now 30-year-old is lethal in front of goal on both his left and right, scoring 179 goals in the past 9 years for club and country.
Looking at his stats, 123 of them are on his right while 49 are on his left. Which shows he does lean more to is right.
However, with him consistently scoring on both feet every year, you wouldn’t just want to show him on his left.
4. Toni Kroos – Real Madrid
Playing for top clubs in Real Madrid and Bayern Munich over the years Toni Kroos has fully established himself as one of the best midfielders of his generation.
The German who won the world cup in 2014, possesses the ability to pass precisely on both feet. Whether that be short passes or lobbed through balls that fans have become used to consistently seeing him execute over the years.
5. Sergej Milinkovic Savic – Lazio SSC
Linked with some of Europe’s top clubs, Milinkovic-Savic has quietly been going about his business in Italy with Lazio SS.
Sergei who has become one of his club’s key players is brilliant in all aspects of his game, and a lot of that is due to his ability on both feet.
Despite his tall stature, he is great with his control and dribbling, and that is not forgetting his ability to shoot accurately with power.
6. Youri Tielemans – Leicster City
Youri Tielemans who came through Anderlecht’s youth system has made an impact at Leicester City since joining in 2019.
The 24-year-old, who is one of the first on the team sheet, as taken his career to the next level putting him on the list of top European football teams.
Tielemans is your complete midfielder who can pick out a pass on both left and right, aswell being able to win the ball back.
He is also a clean striker of the ball when given the opportunity on both feet as you can see from the video below.
With his quality and the fact he has established himself in a competitive national team, it won’t be long before he is playing for one of footballs giants.
7. Wissam Ben Yedder – AS Monaco
Wissam Ben Yedder has been a clinical striker over the years, scoring goals for fun with Sevilla and his current club As Monaco.
What makes the Frenchman so good, is how tricky he is and difficult to defend. He can shoot with venom off both feet and can finish accurately when put in those one on one scenarios.
A poacher-like forward, Ben Yedder has shared goals over both feet ever since joining Touloses in 2010.
At the point of writing this, he has converted 101 times on his right and 55 with his left, which only emphasizes why you don’t want to force him on his left foot.
8. Ousmane Dembele – Barcelona
For a footballer who burst onto the scene at Dortmund, Ousmane Dembele has really struggled to hit the heights.
While the player is still young at 24, a combination of being out of favour and injured at Barcelona has somewhat brought his career to a standstill.
This is frustrating for him and fans have the Frenchman can dribble at pace, skill, shoot and pass all with both feet.
All this makes him one of the toughest wingers to stop on his day.
9. Henrikh Mkhitaryan – AS Roma
Known for his famous scorpion kick that was nominated for the Puskas award along with his spell in Manchester, Mkhitaryan has been a top footballer with two feet for years.
The Armenian has shown his ability over the years with Roma, Manchester United, and Dortmund to score and set up goals with both feet.
In fact, despite being right-footed in his 2015/16 campaign with Dortmund he scored 6 of the 11 goals with his left.
10. Ferland Mendy – Real Madrid
Ferland Mendy has been electrifying for Real Madrid since moving from Lyon in 2019.
However while the Frenchman has jumped to 1st choice left-back over veteran Marcelo, most of the fans will, funnily enough, know of his ability on both feet due to his Fifa card.
That is because over the past few years the 26-year-old has been one of the most used left-backs in the game, due to the fact he has a 5-star week foot as a left-back.
A 5-star week foot trait basically means he is as good on his left as his right, which if you check out the video below, you will see accurate.
11. Richarlison – Everton FC
A lot like Neymar, Richalison is a young Brazilian footballer with bags of ability, two great feet and the potential to hit huge heights in the game.
Despite playing for mid-table premier league side Everton FC and being only 24 years of age, he has showcased his ability to be a complete striker.
He has the pace and dribbling and can shoot well on both feet, and what’s impressive is he has showcased it in one of the most competitive leagues.
12. Edin Dzeko – Inter Milan
Known for his role in Manchester City’s premier league winning goal, Edin Dzeko has only carried on his goalscoring in Italy for clubs Roma and Inter Milan.
Edin Dzeko who is one of the players who has scored the most goals with his head since 2010, can also finish chances on both of his feet.
He may be 35 right now, however, the target man plays like he is still in his youth, playing not just a key role up front but helping his team in other areas of the field when needed.
13. Alexsander Isak – Real Sociedad
Upcoming striker Alexsander Isak has been getting plenty of attention from clubs around Europe, with many comparing him to compatriot Ibrahimovic.
Now when watching him play you can really see why, as he is a competent finisher who can score with his left and right.
Along with having a rocket of a shot, no matter the foot, he is tall and skillfully despite his statue, making him a somewhat unorthodox striker.
Saying that though, the young Swede was on fire in 2021, and with two great feet, he is destined for great things aged just 22 at the moment.
14. Jesus Corona – Sevilla FC
Jesus Corona may be known more by Mexicans and fans of Liga NOS, after 7 years spent in the league with Porto.
However, the winger/full-back has been not just a top player within Europe but a fun player to watch, with him often pulling out all the tricks with both feet.
Its not just skills that the tricky Mexican can do, as being comfortable playing many positions on the pitch, he can do it all.
15. Ivan Perisic – Inter Milan
England fans will, unfortunately, know what Ivan Perisic is capable off after he scored the equalizer in the World Cup Semis against England with a volley.
But while that is what is theoretically the Croatians strongest foot, in a game you really wouldn’t be able to tell the difference, as he is scarily on good on each foot.
As you can see from below with the collection of goals, he has pure power in his shots no matter the shot.
The tall winger who is a high earner from Croatia is just not a winger, you want to be giving time in and outside the box.
16. Christian Eriksen – Brentford FC
When it comes to attacking midfielders there aren’t too many that are as complete as Christian Eriksen.
The Dane who recently joined Brentford FC until the end of the season on a loan deal can go about his business on both feet.
Now if you watch compilations of him playing, you will notice he tends to only go with his strongest right foot when he needs to.
However, with the goals he has scored with his left foot, you can see that Eriksen doesn’t lack in power one bit.
17. Nani – Venezia
One thing Nani has become known for in his career is scoring long range goals, and the thing with the Portuguese international is he can do it on both feet.
He has the power and precision to beat any keeper from range and has still been doing it as recently with Orlando City as you can see below.
At 35 years of age, the ex-Manchester United footballer has scored 24 of 90 goals with his weak foot since 2009.