Manuel Lanzini

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Manuel Lanzini

Manuel Lanzini (American Spanish: [maˈnwel lanˈsini]; born 15 February 1993) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for English club West Ham United and the Argentina national team. He has previously played for River Plate and Fluminense. He is described as possessing phenomenal dribbling ability, as well as fantastic acceleration and vision and the ability to ghost past defenders. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Manuel Lanzini has received more than 1,152,540 page views. His biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 5,435th most popular soccer player.

Memorability Metrics

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  • 33.31

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 32

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.01

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.10

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Manuel Lanzini ranks 5,431 out of 13,233Before him are Marquinhos Paraná, Ali Adnan Kadhim, Geert De Vlieger, Segundo Castillo, Lucas Bernardi, and Ricardo Goulart. After him are Federico Fernández, Emil Hallfreðsson, Julian de Guzman, Bjørn Helge Riise, Jannik Vestergaard, and Robert Almer.

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Among people born in 1993, Manuel Lanzini ranks 130Before him are Sergio Rico, Matteo Politano, Stefano Sturaro, Luan Vieira, Stefan Kraft, and Ali Adnan Kadhim. After him are Laura Dahlmeier, Letitia Wright, Zakaria Labyad, Alice Merton, Andreas Cornelius, and Emiliano Rigoni.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Manuel Lanzini ranks 523 out of 659Before him are Cata Díaz (1979), Néstor Lorenzo (1966), Aldo Duscher (1979), Facundo Ferreyra (1991), Raúl Bobadilla (1987), and Lucas Bernardi (1977). After him are Federico Fernández (1989), Diego Buonanotte (1988), Paulo Gazzaniga (1992), Mauricio Pineda (1975), Emiliano Rigoni (1993), and Fernando Meligeni (1971).