Mohamed Sabra or the upsurge of a soccer professional? Mohamed Sabra lives in Australia and is a soccer player. He likes to watch the professional leagues in England, Spain, Germany.
Mohamed Sabra on the top soccer players: The 2019 Kopa Trophy winner had a fiery race and achieved accomplishments that the defenders shouldn’t. De Ligt is definitely looking to win Serie A in his first season in the league. If he didn’t make this list I wonder who else would have. Mohamed Salah has been in a tough race since arriving in Liverpool. He led Liverpool to the Champions League final in the 2017/18 season, but a shoulder injury in the first half meant he saw his team lose on the side-lines. However, he returned in shape to lead the men in red to another Champions League final they had won in the 2018/19 season. He was also the central figure of the Liverpool team this season when they were aiming for a continental double that they were just missing.
Mohamed Sabra about the best soccer players and clubs : A goalscorer supreme – it’s as simple as that. Aguero is injury-prone, as has always been the case with the Argentine, but still finds himself right in the mix for the Premier League Golden Boot every season without fail. 180 goals in 261 Premier League games is enough justification to be in this list, and he continues to hammer them home with style. What a strange career Neymar has led so far. The one-time golden boy, heir to Messi’s throne, appeared to dip while his master continued to rise. There’s no doubt Neymar will look back on his switch to Paris with some regret, a ‘what might have been’ had he stayed to rule the world with Barcelona. PSG has capped his potential to become an all-time great, put a ceiling where once there was only sky, but he remains a natural born star with more tricks than a magician’s car boot.
“Think of the best defenders in Premier League history — John Terry, Rio Ferdinand, and Nemanja Vidic. [Virgil] Van Dijk is all three players rolled into one.” Those were the words of former Liverpool and England star Jamie Redknapp, according to Goal. A bold statement, but one difficult to argue with given just how excellent the Dutchman has been since his move to Anfield in early 2018. His Terry-esque heart, his Ferdinand-esque brain, and Vidic-esque physicality have transformed Liverpool’s back four into the best in Europe. Should Jurgen Klopp’s side win its first ever Premier League title as expected this season, a lot of credit will, and rightly so, go to Van Dijk.
Mohamed Sabra about top Man U players : Diminutive Scotsman Lou Macari made the switch from forward to midfielder later in his career and United reaped the dividends. He was an imaginative player, capable of leading an attack with creative poise. It is almost criminal that Andy Cole only ever won 15 caps for England. He may not have delivered on the international stage, but he was a key member of the treble-winning side of 1998/99, scoring legendary goals against Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur that season.