There are many different ways to play soccer but by far the most pleasing on the eye is keeping the ball.
As the league has developed, MLS has gained a particular taste for possession soccer, with players now far more technically capable of playing out of the back and scoring team goals.
To play this way, you need technicians. In Europe, these are the likes of Jorginho, Sergio Busquets, and Luka Modric, as well as center-backs like Ruben Dias and David Alaba. But who are the Major League Soccer equivalents?
Keep track of who has completed the most passes in MLS throughout the 2022 season below:
Who has completed the most passes in MLS this season?
Players with the same number of passes completed are separated by minutes played.
- Marky Delgado, LA Galaxy - 941 (1,293 mins)
- Carles Gil, New England Revolution - 938 (1,560 mins)
- Alexander Callens, NYCFC - 937 (1,440 mins)
- Andrew Farrell, New England Revolution - 935 (1,507 mins)
- Michael Bradley, Toronto FC - 934 (1,610 mins)
- Rudy Camacho, CF Montreal - 845 (1,350 mins)
- Guzman Corujo, Charlotte FC - 839 (1,710 mins)
- Andreu Fontas, Sporting Kansas City - 838 (1,180 mins)
- Julio Cascante, Austin FC - 837 (1,440 mins)
- Darlington Nagbe, Columbus Crew - 834 (1,517 mins)