N’golo Kante was likened to Claude Makelele due to his excellent ball-winning and ever-presence abilities.
He plays number 4 role but even supports number 10 as he stamps his feet in every position to assist all 11 players.
One hypothetical example of his remarks was given by his former boss Claudio Ranieri when he said:
“This player Kanté, he was running so hard that I thought he must have a pack full of batteries hidden in his shorts. He never stopped running in training.”
He is a high-powered, teeny-weeny player that is so hard-working.
His vigor and intelligence appears like the “Messi of a defense”.
Kante is so humble and quiet but always prefer practical challenges on the pitch.
He’s become the first thought to every mistake that can be corrected.
He came into the English premier league and adapted so quickly with English football as he later became the powerhouse for Ranieri’s defensive tactics.
He helped Leicester City win their first ever Premier League title before joining Chelsea for £32 million to win yet another premier league title under then manager Antonio Conte.
He stamped his name in the first team line-up with Deschamps men at the World Cup in Russia. He was everything the coach wanted in a player as he helped his team win the World Cup successfully.
Kante is a player who appears like he doesn’t need instructions as he delivers more than 100 per cent on the pitch.
Below is a twitter video of his welcome victory before the UNC match against Netherland.
— N'Golo Kanté (@nglkante) September 10, 2018
NGolo Kante! What a player we have.