The electric pace and directness of Raheem Sterling, exemplary ball control and skills of Mesut Ozil, and sustained, power-packed and unswerving intensity of N’Golo Kante.
All different qualities which have become the staple diet for players to succeed in the ever-changing Premier League.
The evaluation of what is arguably the most competitive league in world football has seen the Premier League become more physical and intense than ever.
A study produced in 2014 examined the development of the league from 2006 to 2013.
An increase of 30% in high intensity running
An increase of 80% in the number of sprints
An increase of 35% in the distance covered during sprints
An increase of 12% in the number of intense short passes