Moving from the right side of the attack, to the left, today's position in the MLS 11, is left wing. So, who are the top five left wingers in Major League Soccer? Let's take a look.

1. Darlington Nagbe, Portland Timbers

The final part of Portland's trio of attacking midfielders, Darlington Nagbe is a having a fantastic year out on the left wing. If you are looking for a 30 second clip that accurately and adequately defines Nagbe's season, here it is. The American international is almost always looking to cut inside towards the box and create in a more central position. Nagbe is an extremely skilled player, consistently pulling off wonderful chips, like the one above, clever dribbles, and solid passes. Bruce Arena has certainly taken note of Darlington Nagbe's dominance and he has now become a guaranteed inclusion in every United States Men's National Team starting eleven.

2. David Accam, Chicago Fire

Although there were reports that David Accam had been pushing for a transfer that would move him overseas to Europe, the Ghanaian is still in Chicaco, and he is definitely a must start for Chicago Fire manager Veljko Paunović. Bastian Schweinsteiger and Dax McCarty are currently stabilizing the midfield for the Fire, freeing up Accam to terrorize opposing defenses by running at them and pulling off one of a number of extremely impressive moves. David Accam is banging in goals, he is creating opportunities for his teammates, and he is making Chicago Fire must see TV.

3. Justin Meram, Columbus Crew

Justin Meram is a beast. He is strong, fast, and very skilled. Meram has consistently been bagging goals for Columbus since being drafted 15th overa;l by the Crew in 2011. Now, in his seventh year with the club, Meram has already scored more goals (11) than ever. JM is also on pace to record more Major League Soccer appearances this year, than in any prior season. While the Crew have struggled this year, there is always a reason to tune into their games: Justin Meram.

4. Joao Plata, Real Salt Lake

At five foot, three inches, Joao Plata has to work just a little bit harder than everyone else. At 134 pounds, Joao Plata has to push just a little bit more than everyone else. Despite his diminutive stature, Plata has been a Real Salt Lake mainstay since joining the team in 2013. Plata has a number of creative finishes in his arsenal: from left and right footed half volleys, to strikes from the top off the box, Joao Plata can shoot from anywhere. While Giovinco is undoubtedly the best "inch for inch" player in Major League Soccer, Joao Plata is not far behind.

5. Diego Fagundez, New England Revolution

At 22, Diego Fagundez is the youngest player on this list. Make no mistake, however; he deserves to be here. Fagundez is a (nearly) complete winger. First, he has great shot power, which allows him to shoot from well outside the box with either foot. Diego also has a variety of terrific skill moves. He can deke out any and every defender on the way to goal. Lastly, Fagundez has great speed; he is constantly using his pace to beat slower defenders to the ball. Unfortunately for Diego Fagundez, the New England Revolution are having a terrible year, meaning that his name is not nearly as well know as the others on this list. Nevertheless, Fagundez is a clearly a name to remember.

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Published by Joseph Lowery