These are the attackers who cannot be stopped by the opposition defenders lest they are brought down to the ground in an unorderly fashion.
The sight was a familiar one to the Wolves faithful who see their side in action every weekend. Adama Traore had the ball at his feet and was running down the wing against a hapless Andy Robertson of Liverpool who knew that the only way he could stop the muscular winger was to bring him down.
What followed next surprised nobody. Correctly adjudging that Traore was through on goal but for that foul by the Reds left-back, referee Michael Oliver flashed a yellow card in the face of Robertson, making him the 20th player to be booked for fouling the ex-Barcelona man this season alone.
That made Traore, who finished the game with the man-of-the-match award, the most fouled player in the top tier of English football. He has been fouled by players from 14 teams in the Premier League so far this season.
Hence the reason why Jurgen Klopp was going lyrical about the 24-year-old long after the match had ended. The Liverpool manager was convinced, as he spoke to the press, that Traore can be unplayable on any given day.