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England starting XI for FIFA 2018 World Cup World Football 

England starting XI for FIFA 2018 World Cup

England starting XI for FIFA 2018 World Cup 4) Goalkeepers and Defenders Given Joe Hart’s decline in recent seasons, there is little surprise that in Russia, Gareth Southgate might finally unleash England’s new no 1. The most obvious choice should be Jack Butland. The Stoke City shotstopper has been in sensational form, despite Stoke’s travails this season. Statistically too, Butland has bettered Hart with his distribution. He has a commanding position and is surely one for the future. Gary Cahill might be the first name on the teamsheet. Despite being antagonised by the Chelsea…

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Argentina starting XI for FIFA 2018 World Cup World Football 

Argentina starting XI for FIFA 2018 World Cup

Defence and Goalkeeper: In goal, Argentina boss Sampaoli should not have much trouble given the limited options on table. Sergio Romero, the Manchester United goalkeeper, and Geronimo Rulli, the Real Sociedad shotstopper, are the only real contenders for the position. Romero hasn’t played much for United, but his experience will be valuable, given that he held the position in the last world cup as well. Rulli, on the other hand, is enjoying an impressive time at San Sebastian, barring the recent debacle against Real Madrid. A three-man defence in front…

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Best Defenders in World football 2018 World Football 

Best Defenders in World Football 2018

  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United): The Ecuadorian started as a winger but has revamped himself as a right back especially under Jose Mourinho. His defensive side was always strong but this season we have seen him get way more effective in the attack. The Manchester United captain surely is one of the best right backs in the Premier League and deserves to be in his list.   Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich): The German is not much in the news now as he used to be when he played for Dortmund….

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s records that Lionel Messi may never break La Liga World Football 

Cristiano Ronaldo’s records that Lionel Messi may never break

  Score more than 50 goals for six seasons in a row: There’s certainly no point comparing two of the best players in the world but some records and stats are going to be unbreakable. Ever since his move to the Galacticos in 2009, Ronaldo has been ruthless in front of the goal. Barring his first season, Ronaldo has managed to score 50+ goals for six consecutive seasons while Messi has been able to do for five seasons in a row. This is something very unlikely that Messi can compete…

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