As the beautiful game of football is evolving, so is the role that fullbacks play. With the traditional 4 defenders at the back, left and right backs used to have the same objective as the center backs: to stay at the back line and defend. But over the years, fullbacks have been leaning more towards the opposite half of the pitch where they can help with the attack and then track back if they lose possession. In fact, some fullbacks in the modern era are known more for their tendency to go up the pitch try knocking in a few goals themselves rather than for their actual defending ability. However, keep in mind that the list is not about who the best left backs are, but who tend to be involved in the attack force more frequently. So, here are the top 10 players who best represent that Roberto Carlos-like playing style.