The 5 yellow cards accrued by the Everton vice-captain and EPL veteran go well with the 24 fouls he has inflicted on innocent opponents this term.
Barry could as well be topping this list given his knack of setting records. Currently, 3rd on the EPL all-time appearances list, this Guinness World Record holder for most EPL starts (580) is also the most cautioned player in Premier League history (116).
Gareth will as well sure do well to go down in history as the most dirtiest EPL player of all time, and is currently 2nd on the list with 581 fouls committed.
What is this blacklist without the name of Kenya national team captain on it?
Wanyama is a tough and reckless tackler as they come, and has committed 24 fouls thus far. Unsurprisingly, he is just 3 yellow cards away from getting his usual 1-match bans.
It’s definitely one of many of such to come.
Last season’s highest goalscorer in the Eredivisie hasn’t been able to hit the ground running since arriving White Hart Lane in the summer.
However, he made this list with 23 fouls committed, but the Spurs faithful would appreciate if he can channel his unique ability of rough handling defenders to finding the back of the net having scored just once – a spot kick in 11 EPL appearances.
Surprisingly, the Dutch international has kept it clean on the official’s report sheets, and managed to evade getting into the referees’ book as he hasn’t been booked at all.