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Top 10 Players To Watch At World Cup 2018

The 2018 World Cup, kicks off June 14 in Russia. As part of our lead-up including the full tournament schedule, group previews and more, here is a look at the players you need to watch.

  • Lionel Messi, Argentina

2018 World Cup PlayersMessi greatness can not be validated by World Cup trophy. Lionel Messi is a multiyear winner of FIFA’s Player of the Year Award, Lionel Messi is generally considered to be the best soccer player of all time

  • Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

2018 World Cup PlayersRonaldo is stronger and taller than the Argentine, and his goals-to-games ratio is similar. Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player who soccer fans say could be considered Messi’s equal. In 2016, Ronaldo was named FIFA’s Player of the Year, his fourth such honor.

  • Neymar, Brazil

Neymar has scored more goals than Messi and Ronaldo at the same stage of their careers and has the capacity to be the very best once Messi’s career begins to wind down. Alongside the Argentine and Suarez, he forms one of the best-attacking ​lineups in the history of the sport. In 2016, Neymar was named the captain of Brazil’s soccer team at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Neymar has been playing pro soccer since he was 17, and he quickly established his bona fides in the sport.

  • Mohamed Salah, Egypt

Mohamed Salah, also called the Egyptian King who lit up the Premier League in the 2017-18 season scoring an unbelievable 46 goals in all competitions for Liverpool also assisting his team-mates 14 times in the process.

The 25-year-old plays with English giants, Liverpool, the finalist of the 2018 European Championship. The striker is renowned for his pace, direct attacking style and scoring ability.

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  • David de Gea, Spain

David De Gea is a player who is without any doubts the best goalkeeper in the world. David De Gea is currently one of the top 10 best players in the world and probably the best goalkeeper in the world at the moment. He is one of our Top 10 Best Top Performing Footballers in the world as of 2018.

  • Eden Hazard, Belgium

Eden Hazard has been in form for Chelsea this season despite the Blues struggling. Eden Hazard is compared to the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo by some.

He has scored 11 goals and made three assists in the Premier League so far this season. Eden Hazard has been one of the Top 10 Best Top Performing Footballers in the world for a few years now.

  • Antoine Griezmann, France

Griezmann comes from an organization rich in tradition but lighter in aura. Atletico Madrid has been a wonderful platform for the left-footed attacker, who has averaged 20 goals over four seasons since arriving from Real Sociedad.

Three months later, he was starting in the World Cup. At the 2016 European Championship, he won the Golden Boot by scoring six goals and was named player of the tournament.

  • James Rodriguez, Colombia

James Rodriguez had played with joy and zest traits appreciated by audiences on site and around the world.

The sterling World Cup performance led to a mega-transfer to Real Madrid from Monaco, but after a quality first season in Spain, he labored to earn regular starts.

  • Thomas Mueller, Germany

Thomas Mueller is not technically or physically imposing; he simply knows how to pocket goals.

Mueller scored five times at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and five more four years ago in Brazil, including a hat trick against Portugal.

His total (which has come in 13 matches) ties him for eighth on the all-time list. (Pele posted 12 goals in 14 games; the all-time leader, Miroslav Klose of Germany, scored 16 in 24.) Mueller has also scored nine times in World Cup qualifying and 12 in European Championship qualifying.

  • Gabriel Jesus, Brazil

Four years ago, he was painting World Cup themes in the streets of his favela in Sao Paulo. These days, the residents of Jardim Peri have honored him with a 112-foot-tall mural depicting his goal celebration.

In his second season in England, Jesus scored 13 goals in 29 league appearances (19 starts) and four in nine Champions League matches.

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