OUCH! The Premier League’s MOST FOULED player revealed

first_img 10 10 10 10 8) Stephane Sessegnon (West Brom): Fouled 53 times – click the arrow, above, to see who has been brought down more – The West Brom man is quick and his skill has been too much for some players. 2) Raheem Sterling (Liverpool): Fouled 77 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Sterling’s speed and skill have proven too much for defenders on occasion. 3) Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal): Fouled 61 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Sanchez has been superb for Arsenal following a £35m transfer from Barcelona. His strength has seen him power his way through a lot of tackles, but the forward’s skill has proven too much for the opposition at times. 5) Steven Naismith (Everton): Fouled 58 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Everton’s attackers have not shown their skill much this season, but Naismith has been one of the club’s better players. 7) Santi Cazorla (Arsenal): Fouled 54 times – cclick the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Cazorla has had a good season with Arsenal, but will it be his last given the rumoured interest from Atletico Madrid. 6) Gabriel Agbonlahor (Aston Villa): Fouled 56 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Aston Villa may not have had a good season, but Agbonlahor has been making himself busy and the forward has been fouled 56 times. 9) Connor Wickham (Sunderland): Fouled 50 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Sunderland forward Wickham has scored four goals this season and the strong 22-year-old has been targeted by the opposition, being fouled 50 times. 10 1) Eden Hazard (Chelsea): Fouled 94 times – So often Hazard is fouled, but then the Chelsea magician never lets it get to him. His displays this season has placed him as one of the favourites for the Player of the Year. 10) Remy Cabella (Newcastle): Fouled 49 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – It’s been a season where the skilful players have shone in the Premier League, with Eden Hazard and Alexis Sanchez shining for Chelsea and Arsenal. Here, talkSPORT looks at which of the league’s tricksters have been fouled more than anyone else. Cabella has had his moments since joining Newcastle in 2014 and it appears his opponents are unable to deal with his bag of tricks a lot of the time. 4) Sadio Mane (Southampton): Fouled 60 times – click the arrow above, right, to see who has been brought down more – Mane has been excellent in his debut season in the Premier League, joining Southampton from Red Bull Salzburg. There he scored 45 goals in 87 games and the attacker has been busy making a menace of himself, with John Terry including him in his Team of the Year for the 2014/15 season. 10 10 This season players like Eden Hazard, Raheem Sterling and Alexis Sanchez have dazzled with their skill.They, along with many others, have also been fouled on numerous occasions. A quick change of direction has proven to be too much for some defenders, so talkSPORT looks at the 10 most fouled players of the 2014/15 Premier League season.Click the arrow above, right, to see which player has been brought down on more occasions than anyone else.Stats courtesy of premierleague.com and correct as of 15/04/15. 10 10 10last_img read more

Mark Hamill Kidnaps Saves Himself in Hilarious Justice League Action Short

first_img Somewhere in between defeating the Empire and deciding to end the Jedi, Mark Hamill became an essential part of the DC Animated Universe. He’s easily the best onscreen Joker, but pretty much everyone knows that. Not as many people realize he pulled double duty as Flash villain, The Trickster. Oh, and in the recent series of Justice League: Action shorts, Hamill voices a hero as well: Swamp Thing.” With so many iconic characters voiced by the same dude, it was only a matter of time before something like this happened.In the newest Justice League: Action short, the Joker, played by Mark Hamill, teams up with The Trickster, played by Mark Hamill, to kidnap Mark Hamill, played by Mark Hammil. No need to worry about the fate of Star Wars: Episode IX, though. In the end, he’s saved by Swamp Thing who, again, is played by Mark Hamill. Justin Roiland’s got nothing on this guy.The great thing about this short, and the series in general, is that it’s more than just a one-off joke. The action in this cartoon is well-drawn, easy to follow and exciting. Car chases are always cool, even when they’re animated. It’s also kind of amazing that you can tell apart each character without even looking at the screen, despite all four voices coming from the same guy. As if there was any doubt before, this short proves that Mark Hamill is a fantastic voice actor.I also like how they treat voice acting like a super-power. The kidnapped Mark Hamill uses his vocal skills to start an argument between The Joker and The Trickster, directing them towards the grass where Swamp Thing can save him. It’s kind of amazing how much they were able to mine from the concept of Mark Hamill saving Mark Hamill from being kidnapped by Mark Hamill and his sidekick, Mark Hamill.Now I want to see them do this for every other actor who’s doubled or tripled up on DC superhero parts. Maybe we’ll get a short where John Stewart, Static Shock and the Young Justice version of Aquaman team up to rescue Phil LaMarr.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Amazon Baits Prime Customers With Advanced ‘Aquaman’ Screening11 Superhero Movies Still Stuck In Development Hell Stay on targetlast_img read more