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🇸🇦 I’ve been impressed by the profile of Mohamed Kanno: • high level of ball control/1st touch • over 190cm tall, aerial prowess • long legs to cut passing lanes • confident, almost flawless • impressive passing range Relevant to some EU clubs who look for a double pivot.
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If you go so high, no wonder you would concede from a counter attack. Could turn into history for Socceroos, beautiful goal by Leckie. Taken by the tactical camera.
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Holy shit.
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There’s only one midfielder in Argentina who fits this profile: • dictating tempo with ball retention • constant penetrating passes • giving Messi the space he needs And his name is Enzo Fernandez. Hope to see a masterclass against Poland.
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Beautiful, beautiful, just beautiful. I can’t name just one key player in this goal, as they’re all relied on each other. But, McKennie's vision here was brilliant.
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*young talent breakouts* Brighton scouting department: hold my beer. Really good player.
Excl: Brighton have opened talks with Molde to sign Ivorian talented striker David Datro Fofana. Negotiations are ongoing, deal not easy as many clubs are tracking him 🚨🔵🇨🇮 #BHAFC Understand Molde want more than €10m to sell Fofana, who has 21 total goals this year - he’s 19.
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When watching the Portuguese National Team, something feels missing to me. Miguel Crespo.
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Casemiro is the ultimate clutch player. No matter what stage, UCL final, a World Cup game, or a league game in the Premier League, he’ll be there. Such an all-round player, who gives it all in the biggest stages exist. Will be remembered as one of the greatest in his position.
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Dinamo Tbilisi's Data Analyst, Mikha Gabechava, scouted Gue-Sung Cho back in the year of 2020. Today, he scored 2 goals within three minutes in a World Cup game against Ghana. At 24 years of age, Cho is still playing in the South of Korea. Would be interesting to see him in EU.
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The hero. The saviour. The superstar. Mohammed Kudus has just led Ghana to a huge 3:2 win over South Korea, in an absolutely amazing thriller. Also, a lot of respect to all of the players, from both sides. Great tempo. Btw, I’m afraid that Ati Zigi will be underestimated.
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Focus on Pedri for 45 seconds, you won’t be disappointed. Trust me.
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Just to clarify, this is Pedri.
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As promised, I’m just re-watching the Germany-Spain masterclass from the eye of a tactical camera. In the early stages of the game, there’s a repetitive pattern from Spain to leave the left side of Germany open. If Neuer passes him the ball, Spain makes 2v1 press —> turnover.
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Yesterday, Pedri attempted 20 line-breaking passes. Out of them, he succeeded in 19 times (95%). Moreover, he had 6 ball progressions, which was the 2nd most among Spain. Great carrier, passing mastery, exceptional. World Class midfielder at 20 years of age. Phenomenon. 🇪🇸
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Pedri made 58/60 (~97%) successful passes against Germany. 🇪🇸
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Legendary picture right there.
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I’ll divide this tweet into 2 parts. First, congratulations to Morocco. Especially, I really liked Aguerd, Ziyech the maestro, and a little prince named Aboukhlal. Second, Belgium has future. Their upcoming generation is TOP, alongside more “experienced” players like Tielemans.
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Unavoidably, many are going to blame the manager. And, to be honest, I can’t stop them from doing so, as he could’ve done much better. But, there’s one thing that has to be taken into account: hunger. Morocco came to bleed on the pitch, to fight. It isn’t the same with Belgium.
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When Kevin De Bruyne, one of the greatest Belgian footballers ever and the best in this team, publicly states that the team isn’t going to win, it says a lot about the mentality in this team. There’s a difference between coming to war and coming to fight. Belgium came to war.
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Wataru Endo is a massive number ‘6’. His spatial awareness and reading of the game are at a top level. In possession, he scans the space around and moves forward/backwards/sideways to open passing angles. Out of possession, smart tackle & an immediate pass forward. Maestro.
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Have you checked Enzo Fernandez on Fbref recently? 🇦🇷🪄
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