Uefa Euro 2016 Player Barometer ranks Norwich City winger Robbie Brady 53rd ahead of tournament

Republic of Ireland players Jonathan Walters (left) and Robbie Brady during a training camp at Fota

Republic of Ireland players Jonathan Walters (left) and Robbie Brady during a training camp at Fota Island Resort, Cork. Picture: Brian Lawless/PA Wire - Credit: PA

Norwich City winger Robbie Brady has been ranked 53rd in the Uefa Euro 2016 Player Barometer ahead of the tournament getting under way next week.

The 24-year-old is in the Republic of Ireland squad for the tournament in France, alongside Canaries team-mate Wes Hoolahan.

Uefa has released the details of the players it considers to be the top 100 of the 552 players chosen in the 24 squads, based on form since the start of 2016.

Top of the list is Real Madrid and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo, followed by Paris Saint-Germain and Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic in second and Atletico Madrid and France forward Antoine Griezmann in third.

Fourth and fifth are two Premier League players, with West Ham and France playmaker Dimitri Payet just edging ahead of Liverpool and England midfielder James Milner.


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Another 17 Premier League players feature ahead of Brady in 53rd place, including former Canaries loanees Harry Kane (24th) and Ryan Bertrand (41st).

Hoolahan and fellow Norwich players Kyle Lafferty and Martin Olsson, chosen for Northern Ireland and Sweden respectively, do not make the top 100.

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The barometer, which 'runs official player statistics through a specially designed algorithm' is being updated daily, including information from warm-up matches.

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