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The 10 Most Trolled Premier League Players On Twitter Have Been Revealed

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The 10 Most Trolled Premier League Players On Twitter Have Been Revealed

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is shockingly the most trolled Premier League player on Twitter, according to Compare.bet.

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Compare.bet found that Rashford had the most negative tweets directed at him between the period of 6th August to 15th September.

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According to the statistics, the Red Devils star received 28.5 per cent of negative tweets.

Behind Rashford was Manchester City duo Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus on 24.7 per cent and 22 per cent respectively.

Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the players who are trolled the most on the social media platform.

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"Why would Marcus Rashford get the highest % negative tweets, while he's doing so much to help people. Can't get it," one fan posted.

While another said: "Why would anyone wanna troll [Harry] Kane. People just hate that he is too good. Sigh."

A third added: "His slander is so unnecessary. Exceptional player [Rashford] and a generous human."

And a fourth tweeted: "No [Paul] Pogba, [Harry] Maguire or [Anthony] Martial? This isn't right."

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Posted below are the 10 Premier League players who have been trolled the most on Twitter.

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10. David de Gea (Manchester United)

Percentage of negative tweets: 15.2

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9. Thiago Silva (Chelsea)

Percentage of negative tweets: 15.8

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8. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)

Percentage of negative tweets: 16

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7. David Luiz (Arsenal)

Percentage of negative tweets: 18.5

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6. Mesut Ozil (Arsenal)

Percentage of negative tweets: 18.9

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5. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur)

Percentage of negative tweets: 20.9

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4. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

Percentage of negative tweets: 21.4

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3. Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City)

Percentage of negative tweets: 22

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2. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)

Percentage of negative tweets: 24.7

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1. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)

Percentage of negative tweets: 28.5

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Topics: Gabriel Jesus, Football News, David De Gea, Football, Mesut Ozil, Thiago Silva, david luiz, Premier League, Marcus Rashford, Dele Alli, Virgil Van Dijk, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling

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