Player's ability to get the ball from a opponent.

When is players tries to take the ball from a opposite player, his tackling is compared with opponent's dribble.

There are two tackles - normal and sliding. With sliding tackle the chance to push the ball from opponent is bigger, but the player can't get the control of the ball immediately - the ball is just pushed forward.

Tackling is very important skill for defenders, as their main duty is to stop opponent's attackers and to prevent shots at the goal.

But this is useful skill for the other players too. If the opponent players have low dribble, our players could stop the enemy's attacks early and far from the goal. This means lower probability for fouls and free kicks (and for penalty cards too).