Young stars looking enshrined in the World Cup in Brazil (part I)
The spectacle of football is already glimpsed on the horizon and these precocious phenomena will want to surprise each and every one of those present. Many are those who are before the opportunity of their lives, but few or none will be crowned. Youth, talent, and attitude are the common factors that all have, however some stand out for their speed, others for their versatility, his physique or his opportunism in front of goal. Everyone will want to stand out in Brazil and graduate as the best future project in the world of football. Next in Hanging for football we present them to you.
Neymar (Brazil 22). The record boy in Brazil is one of the current world stars. A devastating change of pace, accompanied by an innate ability to dribble, his technique and definition make him aspire to the world throne. Will it be the championship that definitely crowns in Neymar?
Paul Pogba (France 20). The last Golden Boy is the heart and lungs in Deschamps' scheme. Undisputed at Juventus, Scudetto champion, and fundamental to the expectations of France. Strong to the cut and always omnipresent it is one of the pearls of the world. Force, speed, physique and a great strike of the leather are his credentials.
James Rodriguez (Colombia 22). The 10 coffee grower must show its full potential in Brazil. There are many virtues that he brings to the Pekerman team; talent, speed, game viewing, quality ... The coach gives him freedom and the team dances to the rhythm that he sets. Brazil can catapult him to the Olympus of football and consecrate it.
Raul Jimenez (Mexico 22). It is a pure nine with great technique and that will soon cross the pond to play in Europe. His was Mexico's vital goal against Panama that kept them with options to reach Brazil. It was key in the victory of the "Tri" at the London Olympics. In Colgados we presented it to you a while ago.
Marco Verrati (Italy 21). He took his first steps in the modest Italian Pescara, however the P.S.G. He soon became interested in his figure and already stands out in the Parisian club. He squanders sacrifice on the lawn so he'll have brides to spare this summer. Pirlo can enjoy his last World Cup calmly because this young Italian has quality and a great touch of the ball to become his relay.
Julian Draxler ( Germany 20). Despite his youth, he is a real pain for rival defenses. He has a formidable vision of the game and the cool blood of the great finishers. Very skilled with the ball at his feet and technically superior, you must become Mesut Ozil's gifted student and take advantage of the opportunities your coach is willing to give you Low. Against him appears the formidable cast of players with whom Germany counts in that area of the field as Kross or Götze.
William Carvalho ( Portugal 21). This off-roader that has dazzled the world at Sporting Lisbon debuted with Portugal in the play-off against Sweden, setting a formidable performance and being one of the best. We will see what really counts for Paulo Bento, but his powerful physique and great ball movement augur a promising future for him.. His greatest virtue is knowing how to read and understand perfectly the different approaches that can occur in the same game.
Romeu Lukaku ( Belgium 20). Since the 17 years you earn your bread shooting goalkeepers in England. This year he has become the most effective player in the Premier scoring 1 goal every 117 minutes. Can sometimes remember the great Drogba, but the Belgian has excellent mobility also away from the area and falling to any band. This physical marvel will be in charge of the goal in promising Belgium, that has other names on this list.
Xerdan Shaquiri (Switzerland 22). Without a doubt, this electric winger from Bayern Munich is the Swiss star. Its initial position will be in a band but it is also usually visible in the center. Show off an enviable physical condition, a great touch of firsts and a spatial vision reminiscent of that of players like Michael Laudrup.
Renato Ibarra ( Ecuador 22). The right wing of the Dutch Vitesse has its own name. It is none other than that of this young Ecuadorian who has innate ability and beastly speed. Little by little he begins to earn his place in the national team.
Ross Barckley (England 20). This British torpedo has proven its potential throughout the year at Everton and has not gone unnoticed by Roy Hogdson. A class of footballer who is in danger of extinction, ambidextrous and with sublime ball control. He always starts the race from the outside in to load any of the cannons that are his legs.
Some simply seek to have their place in the starting eleven, others live the experience of playing a World Cup, but the most ambitious seek to be remembered forever in football newspaper archives. All of them are facing one of the opportunities of their lives, many will return to play a World Cup but for others the train will only pass once. Get on or die, win or lose, be one more or simply the best and may your name remain written in capital letters for all eternity. In a very short time we will know and as always, we will tell you here, in Colgados for football.