Group F World Cup Russia 2018 Most Important players21/05/2018 03:05
Group F World Cup Russia 2018 Most Important players
Heavily touted to win Group F are the current world champions Germany. Few can argue otherwise because the second spot is about to be played on the match between Sweden and Mexico. Son Heung-Min will play relentlessly in front of goal so he can help South Korea in this tough Group, Group F World Cup Russia.
These are the names that might just decide this group in the Cup.
#1 Toni Kroos – Germany
Already trying to pick the best among the talented players that Germany has in the national team.
Names like Ozil, Muller, Hummels, Neuer and yet we had to pick Toni Croos. We can obviously notice that the 2014 World Cup champions are spoilt for choice among their players.
Castrol Performance Index (statistical analyzer) rated Croos the best player of the competition at the previous Cup with a rating of 9.79 out of 10. The best midfielder has the ability to move into space and score the odd belter unparalleled. Kroos will be one of the most important players if Germany wants to retain Russia.
#2 Emil Forsberg – Sweden
Forsberg is a player who has the ability to always find the ball at the time, also is a pacey winger with the rare ability to deliver or to find a key pass. After Ibrahimovic’s retirement from international football, Forsberg came to the forefront and will be leading the Swedes.
The serious threat comes from his ability to strike a dead ball from midfield. If the Swedes want to progress he has to be on top of his game when it comes facing the tough Group they’re in. Facing the current world champions Germany, Mexico, and South Korea.
#3 Hirving Lozano – Mexico
The vital player that Mexico has is Lozano. He might change the trend of Mexico not passing the round of 16 the past six consecutive tournaments.
Lozano’s pace and unbridled style of playing on the field. His debut season at PSV Eindhoven was explosive. The young winger can play essentially from either wing, creating a chance or crack a shot.
#4 Son Heung-Min – South Korea
Forming the fearsome trio of attacks with Dele Alli and Harry Kane at Tottenham Hotspur is definitely having a good season. He is probably the best Asian player and is considered to be the new Park Ji-Sung, but yet to have the same impact for South Korea at major tournaments.
Son Heung-Min has the goal scoring ability, and also makes a great winger but to be compared to Ji-Sung he must constantly deliver at the world stage.