Young stars, to impress in the World Cup

Young stars, to impress in the World Cup

Young stars are one of the most anticipated players in the World Cup. Veterans and legends‘ output in the tournament is no longer surprising because it is what is expected from them. However, when it comes to the young stars, it is always amazing to see how well they can play at a young age. As a new World Cup edition starts, a new breed of young stars are set to impress everyone. Coming into the World Cup, many are excited to see how well can they compete in the international stage. Who knows? They could be the future of their own countries.

Garang Kuol- Australia

World Cup: Garang Kuol
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Expectations actually pressures this young guy after his heavily publicized shift to the Premier League. His shift will take effect on January 2023, but with this shift, many are expecting so much from him. 18 months ago, he join Central Coast Mariners Academy, and it took him less than a year to make his senior debut. On his debut, he scored just after seven minutes, helping his team get that 6-0 victory. He proves that although young, he can play just like his seniors, or even better. Last month, he was selected for the national team which is a huge boost for him. His debut in the World Cup however might be more challenging as their first opponent was France.

Jude Bellingham- England

World Cup: Jude Bellingham
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For the person who became the most expensive 17-year-old in history upon signing, what can you expect? Actually, at a such a young age, this lad have already proved a lot. When he was first called-up for England in 2020, he is one of the key contributor off the bench for England. Unfortunately, they failed to claim the Euro 2020 title, but he became the youngest player to ever start in the Champions League. With such experience, it is very clear that he can be remarkable for the World Cup. At a such a young age, he already became Dortmund’s captain, on his 101st appearance. It is no longer surprising to see if he will easily defeat those older than him for the World Cup.

Rafael Leao- Portugal

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For someone who was compared to the legendary, Cristiano Ronaldo, you know that this guy really got something. At the age of 18, he already made his Primeira Liga debut, but he quickly moved on to the Ligue 1 side during the 2918-19 season. Despite being impressive, his career is full of dramas, but it does not stop him from being productive. When he opened his Serie A campaign, he already succeeded in being a surprise to everyone. Across his seven matches, he already scored four goals, and it is only a matter of time for him to be one of the top players in Portugal.

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