Blue Lock is the soccer manga of 2021. It has revolutionized the concept of sports by adding the notion of survival games. After Captain Tsubasa and Inazuma eleven, here is a mastodon in this field! That’s why a question arises which are the best characters in Blue Lock ? Here’s Our Top 10 Blue Lock Characters
Synopsis Blue Lock
“The story begins with Japan’s elimination from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which prompts the Japanese Football Union to start a programme scouting high school players who will begin training in preparation for the 2022 Cup. Isagi Youichi, a forward, receives an invitation to this programme soon after his team loses the chance to go to Nationals because he passed to his less-skilled teammate —who missed— without trying to make the game-changing goal by himself.
Their coach will be Ego Jinpachi, who intends to “destroy Japanese loser football” by introducing a radical new training regimen: isolate 300 young strikers in a prison-like institution called “Blue Lock” and put them through rigorous training aimed at creating “the world’s greatest egotist striker.”
Blue Lock Characters Ranked
45. Yudai Imamura
I see very little difference between Imamura and Naruhaya. Imamura felt WAY weaker than most players in his team. He never scored a goal, neither did he played any important role in a match.
And when the selection got pretty intense he got eliminated. We didn’t even get to see how he got eliminated unfortunately.
44. Okuhito Lemon
Okuhito Lemon played as a goalie and was a member of Team Z. He was later eliminated in the Second Selection.
43. Keisuke & Junichi Wanima – The Best Duo Among Blue Lock Characters
Keisuke & Junichi Wanima also known as the “Wanima Brothers” were the member of Team W.
Team W heavily rellies on cordination plays between the ‘Wanima Brothers.’ Their team weapon is pass-and-go playstyle which is very difficult to stop, evern if the adversary is aware of it.
42. Wataru Kuon (Skills: Headers+ Vertical Jump)
Wataru Kuon was the main strategist of Team Z. However, he betrayed his team for his own benefit during the First Selection. Although, later on he realized his mistake and gave up his selfishness in order to make his team win.
Kuon has an amazing vertical jumping ability which is 68 cm. This allows him to finish nicely with amazing headers.
41. Gurimu Igarashi
Gurimu Igarashi is the player member of Team Z wearing the #13 jersey in the team. He specialized in Malice.
40. Jingo Raichi (Skills: Marking+ Immense Stamina)
Jingo Raichi was a member of Team Z in the First Selection matches. He played the forward position in the team. Later, after passing the Second Selection he became the part of 6th clear team. He was on the verse of facing off against the Japan U-20 playing for the Blue Lock Eleven.
Raichi’s stamina seems limitless and was shown in the match against Team Z. At the beginning, Reo only thought of Raichi’s man-marking as a nuisance but as the game went on, his stamina started to show and Reo’s playmaking ability started to weaken.
Raichi’s stamina enables him to continue playing at optimal capacity, which combined with his Man-Marking ability makes him a constant threat in both defensive and offensive phases of play.
39. Ryosuke Kira
Kira is a young forward who plays for Matsukaze Kokuō High School football team, he was invited to participate in the Blue Lock Project, alongside Yoichi Isagi.
Kira is the first to be eliminated from Blue Lock. To be honest, his way to elimination was quite sad. He was unable to deal with the consequences.
This also exposed his negative side and revealed what he thought about Isagi. He was quickly forgotten as a character in the series after his expulsion.
38. Itsuki Wakatsuki
Itsuki Wakatski is the Defensive Midfielder in the team Japan U-20.
37. Nijiro Nanase
Nijiro Nanase is a substitute player for the team Blue Lock Eleven facing off against Japan U-20.
Out of the 300 forwards chosen for the Blue Lock Project, Nanase is ranked #99 and is currently a substitute player for the Blue Lock Eleven against the Japan U-20.
36. Asahi Naruhuya (Skills: Off- Ball Movement)
Asahi Naruhuya is the former member/player of Team Z. He was formerly the center-forward player in the team.
Like Yoichi Isagi, Asahi uses off-ball movement. However, Asahi seems to be much more experienced and skilled with this ability.
He uses this skill to break defensive formation and has keen analytical ability, using the skill in the right place at the right time. He is also good at moving in other player’s blind spots and can get past even Isagi with the skill.
35. Aoshi Tokimitsu (Skills: Quickness + Physical Power)
Aoshi Tokimitsu is a forward player ranked 3rd in the Second Selection. He was on the verse of facing off against the Japan U-20 playing for the Blue Lock Eleven.
Tokimitsu’s greatest weapon is his physical strength, which is among the top in Blue Lock. He has been compared to a “muscle bullet” by Yoichi Isagi and even someone as strong as Shoei Baro can barely budge him in a direct contest of physical strength.
This level of strength allows Tokimitsu to use his shoulder to charge past an opponent, or to block them off from the ball, making him a good target to hold the ball and set up further plays.
Another notable weapon Tokimitsu has is his unlimited stamina. During a high-level match, whereas most players would sooner or later begin to feel the burn of the endgame, Tokimitsu is an exception in that his stamina allows him to continue to operate at almost full capacity.
It was during the second selection where Rin took advantage of this weapon to break through the White team’s formation, with Tokimitsu only being stopped by desperate and illegal tackles from both Hyoma Chigiri and Barou. Tokimitsu’s unlimited stamina makes him a formidable opponent especially in the late stages of a match.
34. Yo Hiori (Skills: Key Passes + Ball Control)
Yo Hiori ranked 27 out of the 300 chosen players for the Blue Lock Project. Currently, he is a substitute player for the team Blue Lock Eleven facing off against Japan U-20. He was formerly the member of Team A and the 5th Clear Team. He plays forward, winger and sideback positions in the team.
Hiori’s strong suit is his ability to remain level-headed and reserved during the game, being able to calmly line up other players for a perfect pass. His combination of vision and ball control led Isagi to refer to him as a “Technician of ‘Stillness'”, as he serves the role of an anchor for the attack, synchronising the other attackers movements with accurate passes. This makes him a strong playmaker, who can consistently put the ball in a good position for other attackers to score.
Hiori’s vision enables him to envision the best pass to make in any given situation. Hiori constantly looks around himself during a game to assess the positions of the players around him, as well as the situation of the field, so he can both receive the ball in space and pass the ball into space. It is through this vision that he was able to form an almost telepathic link-up with Rin, trading calm passes and avoiding other players.
He also considers the positions of his teammates in and around the goal area, before deciding on right pass. His vision enables him to see plays that his opponent’s do not expect, such as his combination with Karasu to get around the U-20.
33. Gagamaru Gin (Skills: Like Body + Acrobatic Display) – Our Favorite Gk Among Blue Lock Characters
During the First Selection, Gagamaru Gin was the member of Team Z initially when arrived. He was ranked #88 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be part of the Blue Lock Project and started as goalie for the Blue Lock Eleven team against the Japan U-20. He currently plays as goalie for Bastard München during the Neo Egoist League.
Gagamaru is Goal Poacher. Goal poachers are forwards who wait in the six-yard box or the penalty area for a cross, pass or loose ball and pounce to try to score a goal. The “poaching” refers to the fact that they will often score a goal out of the slightest of opportunities i.e. steal a goal. Goal poachers usually play as centre forwards or second strikers.
Gagamaru has excellent body control and reflex, able to adapt to nearly any pass or downright any play. He has a springlike body which he uses for all types of shots and even tackles. His adaptive playstyle has allowed him to score goals for Team Z and last to the 3rd Selection.
32. Zantetsu Tsurugi (Skills: Explosive Acceleration + Left Foot Shooting Power)
Zantetsu Tsurugi is a forward player ranked 53 in the Second Selection. He was on the verse of facing off against the Japan U-20 playing for the Blue Lock Eleven. Initially he was the member of Team V during the First Selection.
Zantetsu’s acceleration is a key weapon in his arsenal. With his quick reactions and incredible acceleration, he can react to any movement his opponent makes and intercept them.
Chigiri noted that within 10 meters, even he could not overcome Zantetsu’s acceleration, indicating that Zantetsu’s speed is most dangerous over short distances.
31. Teru Kitsunezato
Teru Kitsunezato is the current forward player of Japan U-20 team.
30. Kento Chou
Kento Chou is a member of Japan U-20 playing the forward position in the team .
29. Haru Hayate
Haru Hayate is the Denfensive Midfeilder in the Japan U-20 team playing the forward position against the Blue Lock Eleven .
He seems to be a calm and collected person when it comes to football. He seems to notice the quirks of other players easily and comments on them.
28. Teppei Neru (Skill: Speed)
Teppei Neru is the sideback player in the Japan U-20 team.
Neru is considered to be a speed-type defender, who uses his incredible speed to physically outpace attackers and steal from the ball from them. Isagi went to so far as to describe him as “lightning fast”, although it is his high reaction speed that enables him to instantly be able to tell the direction the attacker is going, allowing him to use his physical speed to catch up.
Using this combination of reaction and physical speed, he was able to lock down Kenyu Yukimiya (known for his 1-on-1 dribbling skills) without much effort. However, he is succeptable to being overcome if he is approached by more than one attacker, as he can react to late to their play.
27. Shuto Sendo
Shuto Sendo is a forward player/member in Japan U-20.
He felt insulted by those questioning his position as the ace striker of the U-20 team and during the match against Blue Lock he pushes himself and wants to become better, deciding to aim higher and marry a Hollywood actress, instead of a Japanese idol that he previously settled for.
26. Kazuma Niou
Kazuma Niou is the member/player in Japan U-20 currently playing as centerback in the team.
25. Jyubei Aryu (Skills: Jumping Power + Long Reach)
Jyubei Aryu was ranked 2nd in the Second Selection out of 300 players. Currently, he is centerback in the Blue Lock Eleven team facing off against Japan U-20.
Aryu has incredible jumping ability which, compounded with his height, enable to him reach aerial balls from a higher position than most other players in Blue Lock.
Aryu has used his jumping ability to intercept long balls and score from long balls, making him an ideal target for a cross or as a centerback who physically overwhelms the opposing player.
24. Ikki Niko (Skills: Spatial Awareness) – The Most Underrated Among Blue Lock Characters
During the First Selection, Ikki Niko was the member of Team Y. He was ranked 63 out of the 300 chosen players with currently playing as a centerback in Blue Lock Eleven against Japan U-20.
Niko analyzes the entire field, taking account of both his allies and opponent’s weapons, positions and actions to be able to determine the next play and respond accordingly. Niko’s ability to read the field was rivalling by Isagi’s during their match, who is himself one of the most tactically aware players in Blue Lock.
Indeed, Isagi himself has on occasion been impressed with the sheer scope of Niko’s vision and ability to read the state of play. With his tactical ability, Niko organised Team Y’s defensive playstyle, as well as their offensive strategy, acting as the core of the team, breaking up the opponent’s attacks and initiating his own team’s. Niko has also demonstrated that he can read the way a pass was made and its flight path, to determine the best way to intercept it.
23. Miroku Darai
Miroku Darai is the sideback player in the Japan U-20 team.
Darai’s off the ball movements are used defensively, through anticipation and quick movement he is able to decipher where the opponent is moving, before reaching there first to shut them down. He talks about the “smell” of his opponent’s movements, which may indicate an intuitive instinct for the off the ball movements of his mark.
His off the ball movements were so good that he could prevent Eita Otoya from moving past him, despite Otoya’s speed. His movements also enabled him to extensively man mark Shoei Baro, although he was eventually overcome through sheer physical ability.
22. “Princess” Hyoma Chigiri (Skills: Top Speed) – Our Prefer Speedster Among Blue Lock Characters
Hyoma Chigiri also known as “Princess” was a member of Team Z when arrived. Out of 300 chosen player for Blue Lock Eleven, he ranked 44. In the first half match of the Japan National Representative Match, he played as the right sideback for the Blue Lock Eleven against Japan U-20.
Chigiri has naturally strong leg muscles and expert footwork, which enables him to run down the field at incredible speeds. Chigiri is generally considered to be the fastest player in Blue Lock and only players with immense speed, like Ryusei Shidou, Eita Otoya, and Zantetsu Tsurugi can compete with him.
While his speed is rivaled by a handful of players, as of yet, nobody has been able to beat him in a direct contest of speed. Chigiri has even sped past Oliver Aiku, the #1 defender of the Japan U-20. This speed, combined with his perception and awareness of positioning enables him to choose the appropriate breakthrough point in an opponent’s defence and to speed through.
21. “King” Shoei Barou (Skills: Powerful Middle Shot + Charging) – The Most Stupid Among Blue Lock Characters
Baro is a very selfish and arrogant type of forward who strives to be the star of the field at all times. When first arriving at Blue Lock, he was a member of Team X during First Selection and tied for top scorer in his designated stratum. After the Blue Lock Eleven played against the Japan U-20, Baro is ranked as one of the top players in Blue Lock.
Baro’s physique enables him to hold up the ball and physically contest other players. His charging ability allows him to dribble and create chances for himself. His shooting and villainous style enable him to finish off team moves, by devouring his teammates. Baro has one of the best physiques in Blue Lock, as well as having one of the best techniques at his age in Japan, as stated by Anri Teieri.
Often Baro is given the freedom to play and devour who he wishes on the field, as shown during the Second Selection, as well as by Ego telling Baro to disregard the team’s plan and focus on devouring Isagi against the Japan U-20.
He could have not been in this ranking especially since Ryusei Shidou seems to be a better version of him but after have thought for this 10th place and Ikki Nikko seems much more useful but why not?
20. “Ninja” Eita Otoya (Skills: Off the Ball Movement + Swiftness)
Eita Otoya is a sideback player in the Blue Block Eleven who initially was a winger in the team. He ranks 4th out the chosen 300 player for the Blue Lock Project.
Otoya is incredibly quick on his feet, reacting quickly to opposing players and using his speed to intercept them. He is swift enough to intercept Shidou’s Aggressive Dribbles, as well as stop Rin in his tracks.
His speed is at such a level that Ego positioned him in the Blue Lock Eleven with the express purpose of using his speed to get in behind the opposing defenders.
19. Kenyu Yukimiya (Skills: Rigid Dribbling + Gyro Shot) – The Most Classy Among Blue Lock Characters
Ranked 5th out of the 300 forward chosen players, he currently is the winger in the Blue Lock Eleven facing off Japan U-20.
In contrast with Bachira’s technical dribbling, Yukimiya’s dribbling relies on his own physique, to push past opponents with power and speed.
Yukimiya’s core style involves bringing a confrontation to the individual level, where he can use his rigid dribbling to get past his opponents in succession. He has shown that he can overcome Rin and then Shidou whilst doing this, proclaiming that in a 1v1 he is the strongest player in Japan (although this was likely a boast).
In contrast to his usual 1-on-1 style, when Yukimiya accesses the flow state, he can dribble with more precise movements, cutting into the spaces between both friends and foe. Through focus and analysis, Yukimiya can determine the best route to take in order to penetrate the defense, yet still ad
In addition he has Gyro-Shot. This is a higvh shot, with incredible spin, allowing it to drop sharply in mid-air, while moving to the outside. When Yukimiya used this shot, it was very nearly going to score, if not for Aryu and Nagi reading its path. Based on what Reo said, its range is at least 30 meters.
18. “The Assassin” Tabito Karasu (Skills: Analytical Ability + Ball Control + Feint)
Also known as “The Assassin”, Tabito Karasu is currently the defensive midfielder in the Blue Lock Eleven. Amongst 300 chosen forwards, he ranked 3rd.
He is currently ranked #3 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be apart of the Blue Lock Project and is currently starting as a defensive midfielder for the Blue Lock Eleven against the Japan U-20.
Karasu has the best ball-keeping sense in Blue Lock, due to his spatial and tactical awareness and his unique ability to control space with his hands. By gauging the distance between himself and his opponent, Karasu uses his body (and more specifically his arms) to block them off from the ball, controlling the space and enabling him to either steal the ball from them or dribble past.
17. Rensuke Kunigami (Skills: Finesse Shot + Knucle Shot)
He was ranked #50 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be a part of the Blue Lock Project but was later eliminated from Blue Lock during the final games of Second Selection by Ryusei Shidou but instead of leaving the facility he walked into a mysterious “Wild Card” door that was open to him. After the U-20 match ended, Kunigami finally returned from the “Wild Card” door.
Being a high powered left footed shooter, Kunigami is rare type of striker. Kunigami was tied for top scorer on Team Z during the First Selection, and only because another teammate cheated to get their goals to tie with him. When left unmarked he is guaranteed to make an easy goal.
After emerging from his time in the Wild Card door, Kunigami’s physical abilities had been noted to skyrocket since his last appearance in Second Selection. While the rest of the Germany Stratum Blue Lock players struggled to compare to the Germany U-20 players, Kunigami easily kept up with them during training and ranked amongst the top 3 players in the entire stratum.
16. Nagi Seishiro (Skills: Perfect Ball Control + Trapping) – The Highest Potential Among Blue Lock Characters
When he first arrived to Blue Lock he was a member of Team V and was the best player in his designated stratum. After the Blue Lock Eleven played against the Japan U-20, Nagi is ranked as one of the top players in Blue Lock.
With Nagi’s, perfect ball control, flexible movements, and technical ability he is able to breathe life into even the most difficult or hopeless plays. He alone has made the most outrageous goals in Blue Lock due to this skill and he continues to evolve into a creative playmaker.
Even if he showed great ability to finish and control the ball he can not rank higher because unable to change the course of a game by himself.
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15. Meguru Bachira (Skills: Elastic Dribbling + Key Passes)
Bachira is a whimsical forward who plays following his instincts and when first arriving at Blue Lock he was a member of Team Z during First Selection. His main goal was to find soccer rivals to play with, who also have a “monster” inside of them but that later changes to becoming the best striker in the world when he overcomes his childhood trauma.
He is currently ranked #7 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be part of the Blue Lock Project and is starting as a sideback for the Blue Lock Eleven against the Japan U-20.
Bachira deserves this place and in front of Nagi because very versatile and can adapt to any system of play.
Despite the size and class of Nagi, Bachira remains a much more complete player than the latter.
Nagi remains a better finisher but Bachira remains a better player in 1 v 1 capable also of finishing actions
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14. Yoichi Isagi (Skills: Spatial Awareness + Direct Shot) (Flow State) – The One that Has Evolved The Most Among Blue Lock Characters
Isagi Yoichi is a Playmaker. A player who controls the flow of the team’s offensive play, and is often involved in passing moves which lead to goals, through their vision, technique, ball control, creativity, and passing ability.
Isagi creates ideals plays and chance opportunities by using his spatial awareness to view the field as a whole and the players on it. With his understanding of all the players he uses his pristine passing skills, footwork, and teamwork to create ideal plays for his teammates, chance opportunities using his teammates, and to score high level goals for himself.
Due to his relationships and game time with most of the prominent Blue Lock players, Isagi is able to bring the best out of his teammates by either forcing them to perform plays so he can attack or by them pushing themselves to exceed Isagi’s evolving skill. He has been noted to be the heart of Blue Lock by Sae Itoshi and implied to be that by Ego.
His playmaker skills are highly recognized and respected by a majority of Blue Lock, even Jinpachi Ego comments publicly on his ability.
It is true that individually he does not have the weight. However, with his visualization of the field, Isagi is a much more dangerous opponent than Nagi or Bachira in a match.
Besides, Isagi’s team has always won against Nagi’s or Bachira’s team in matches. Even Rin preferred to take him in the 3rd round in his team instead of taking Baro and Nagi
13. Reo Mikage (Skills: Jack of All Trades + The Chameleon) – The Most Polyvalent Among Blue Lock Characters
When he first arrived at Blue Lock, Reo was a member of Team V and arguably the second best player in his designated stratum. He is currently ranked #10 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be part of the Blue Lock Project and is currently a centerback for the Blue Lock Eleven against the Japan U-20.
For most teams he plays with Reo is an anchor and starting point for all plays his team performs and is a great player who is good at organizing plays based on knowledge of his teammates.
However its high place in the ranking is due to its ability to cheat Cameleon. Using his all-rounder skills, excellent soccer abilities and sense, and his 99/100 stats across all his various skills, Reo is able to emulate the abilities that other players have demonstrated. Reo uses his nearly perfect skills to be able to understand how others, who are specialized in certain areas, are able to produce certain abilities. Using this understanding, he is able to recreate these abilities on his own.
Reo is ahead of Nagi, Isagi and Bachira because he can replicate enough of their technique and talent. So he is a much more complete player or if you want a much better player of the 3 and not necessarily a better striker among the 3 … There is a nuance
12. “Joker” Ryusei Shidou (Skills: Physical Dominance) (Flow State)
He is currently ranked #2 out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be a part of the Blue Lock Project.
Out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be apart of the Blue Lock Project, Ryusei is an ideal candidate for the type of striker Ego strives to create. After the Japan U-20 match, Shidou is ranked as one of the top players in Blue Lock.
Sae is regarded as a genius player in the professional world of football. He plays football in Europe and is considered to be on the level of a pro but has not gone fully pro only because of the age requirements in Spain, at the start of the series. He is regarded as the best player in Japan and can easily fill a stadium with his name alone, due to his immense reputation. Even high level players like Rin Itoshi and Ryusei Shidou are a league below him.
11. Oliver Aiku – The Best Defenders Among Blue Lock Characters
The key to the Japan U-20’s defense is Aiku being more versatile than the other defenders and being able to sweep up the ball or shut down the opposing offense altogether with his iron clad defense.
Aiku is considered to be one of Japan’s brightest talents, being the captain of the U-20, as well as already having an offer to play for an unspecified Italian professional club, in the Serie A. A testament to his professional technique is the fact that he went from being a respected centre-forward, to a talented defender almost seamlessly. The entire U-20 team is built with him at its centre, being referred to as the ‘Diamond Generation’.
10. Michael Kaiser (Skills: Meta Vision + Kaiser Impact)
Kaiser is a prodigy forward from Germany who arrives at Blue Lock in order to participate in the Neo Egoist League as a member of Bastard München. Kaiser is regarded as a genius and is recognized as a member of the New Generation World 11 and is the main striker and ace for Bastard München during the Neo Egoist League.
With an omnipotent vision, high football IQ, the fastest kick speed in the world and a powerful shot to match, Kaiser is the ace scorer for Bastard München. Kaiser is easily able to get into an ideal scoring position, receive any kind of pass, and create space for himself when pressured by the opposition to score effortless and illogical goals.
9. Rin Itoshi (Skills: Spatial Awareness + Kick Accuracy + Puppet-Controlling) – The Best Striker Among Blue Lock Characters
In Blue Lock, Rin Itoshi is the deuteragonist of the Blue Lock (Manga).
Also, Rin is regarded as the best player until he is officially confirmed to be the #1 player by Jinpachi Ego at the end of Third Selection.
Rin’s main goal is to become the world’s best striker. He use to be fixated on defeating his brother in soccer and in turn getting revenge on him for abandoning their shared dream but after the Blue Lock Eleven played against the Japan U-20 he let go of his revenge and decided to change so that he may become the world’s best striker, defeating anybody in his path.
Out of the original 300 forwards chosen to be apart of the Blue Lock Project, Rin is an ideal candidate for the type of striker Ego strives to create and thus Rin was the captain and center forward of the Blue Lock Eleven. After the Japan U-20 match, Rin is ranked as one of the top players in Blue Lock.
8. “Boy Genius” Itoshi Sae (Skills: Expert Spatial Awareness + Perfect Kick Ability) – The Best Japan Player Among Blue Lock Characters
Itoshi Sae is a prodigy football player who is regarded as the best player in Japan and is the older brother of Rin Itoshi. Sae is also a member of the Men’s World 11 and is a member of the Real Madrid Youth team, regarded as one of the best youth players in the world.
7. “Heavy Tank” Dada Silva
Dada Silva is the member of the Team World 5 and currently plays for the National Football Team of Brazil.
6. “Goal Junkie” Adam Blake
Currently playing for the National Football Team of England, he is also the member of the Team World 5.
5. “Freckled Baby” Pablo Cavasoz
Currently playing for the National Football Team of Argentina, he is also the member of the Team World 5.
4. “The Scion of Real Madrid” Leonardo Luna
Also known as “The Scion of Real Madrid”, Leonardo Luna is currently playing for the National Football Team of Argentina and is also the member of the Team World 5.
At first glance, he looks like a refreshing young man, but he has a bad mouth and a big smile, and he is sarcastic and swearing at others.
3. “The Prodigy” Julien Loki/Rocky (Godspeed)
Being already chosen for the National Football Team of France, Julien Rocky is also known as “The Prodigy” in the French League. Despite being 17 year old, he is a member of the Team World 5.
Also, Julien is considered one of the best strikers in the world, being handpicked by Ego to play as one of the World Select. Despite being 17, he is already a rising star and is considered a prodigy in the world of football, having been selected for France’s National Team already and playing professional-level football in the French League.
His skill was demonstrated in the Third Selection, where he was able to easily bypass the First Clear Team’s defense, scoring on Team Blue Lock with little effort.
2. Lavinho (Skills: Elastic Dribbling + Shot)
Lavinho is an eccentric forward from Brazil who plays on Spain’s FC Barcha. He arrives at Blue Lock during the Neo Egoist League as the master striker/coach of the Spain Stratum.
Lavinho’s skills are not to be doubted. Based on Neymar Prime, he is very good at dribbling. He showed his dribbling skills in his match against Noel Noa where he was able to pass all the Blue Lock players without them touching the ball. Only Noel Noa can defend against him.
1. Noel Noa (Skills: Ambidextery + Extra Powerful Shot) – The Best Japan Player Among Blue Lock Characters
He is a 31-year old forward from France who plays on France’s Nation Team and on Germany’s Bastard München. Noa is known as the best striker in the world and he is Yoichi Isagi’s idol.
He is initially introduced at the beginning of the series but he officially makes his debut in the Neo Egoist League when he comes to Blue Lock as the master striker/coach of the Germany Stratum.
Noa is completely and evenly ambidextrous with his feet allowing him to dribble, trap, pass, feint, and shoot the ball with either foot at any angle with the same level of power and accuracy on either side.
If you have any suggestions or disagree with the ranking please make yours in the comments and we will modify if needed. We stopped at the Blue Lock vs U-20 Arc.
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