1. Kylian Mbappe (France, PSG)
The French football prodigy continues to have sublime performance in Ligue 1. After 445 minutes of putting on his shoes in the domestic championship, Mbappe owns 5 goals and 3 assists. The injury at the beginning of the 2019/2020 season was invisible, making the world champion not have much acting space.
Mbappe is the French player in the best form at the moment (excluding Karim Benzema due to not being called up since 2015). Les Bleus fans hope that the former AS Monaco player helps the home team win all 3 points against Moldova and Albania in the upcoming EURO 2020 qualifiers.
2. Tammy Abraham (England, Chelsea)
The 22-year-old striker is spending happy days in the Blues shirt. Under Frank Lampard’s reign, Abraham gradually showed great progress in the position of a striker. The ideal height, long stride, the ability to sniff out goals, occupy the space around 16m50 well help the 22-year-old player to be the main goalscorer of the London team.
At the national team level, Abraham is expected to bring a new breath to the Three Lions in the context of Harry Kane’s decline, Raheem Sterling is not present due to an internal penalty. The 1966 world champion will have 2 important encounters in the final 2 matches of EURO 2020 qualifying: Montenegro and Kosovo. If Abraham shines, the Three Lions will confidently go on.
3. Roberto Firmino (Brazil, Liverpool)
Selecao owns two outstanding strikers, Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino. However, Jesus often comes off the bench at Man City; while Firmino is a key factor in Liverpool’s attack. Obviously, in terms of performance, The Kop star is better than his teammate.
In the colors of the Anfield team, the 28-year-old striker combined with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane to form a scary trio in the Premier League. He contributed 3 goals, 3 assists after 1004 minutes of play. The ability to play deep, connected to 2 “satellites” around where Firmino makes The Kop very useful in situations of transitioning from defense to attack.
4. Timo Werner (Germany, RB Leipzig)
Werner brings great hope to Germany fans with his brilliant performance in the Bundesliga. The 23-year-old is considered the second-class goalscorer in the German championship after super striker Robert Lewandowski. He owns 11 goals, 4 assists after 11 rounds.
Werner’s sublime performance sparked the belief of the 2014 world champions in the context of their lack of a top-class striker over the years. The star born in 1996 will have the opportunity to assert his worth when Germany encounters Belarus and Northern Ireland in the final two series of Euro 2020 qualifying matches.
5. Alvaro Morata (Spain, Atletico Madrid)
Gerard Moreno and Morata are considered the two most remarkable strikers of the former world champion at the moment. However, Morata is slightly better by scoring performance with 5 goals, 1 assist after 617 minutes of playing in La Liga.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid star is expected to shine on the upcoming La Roja attack. The Spanish team has the last 2 matches in the EURO 2020 qualifying round against rivals Malta and Romania.
Mbappe’s class in PSG shirt
Mr. Nguyen | 06:30 11/14/2019