Top 5 best football player in europe on fire this season
2019/20 season has been quite entertaining for us as we got to learn and witness so many things new things. From Liverpool being unstoppable to teams like Arsenal and AC Milan going down day by day… In between all this, we got to see some players making a good impact on this beautiful game…
As per my view, these top 5 football players in Europe that are on fire this season and making an impact on the game...
- Erling Håland
He’s theat the moment. Since joining Dortmund, he’s already scored 9 goals in 7 matches. And he’s also the main target of top teams like Barcelona, Real Madrid, Man U, etc in the upcoming transfer window.
Casemiro is probably having the best season of his career with Real Madrid. He’s been the key player this season for Real Madrid. He’s making an impact on every game with his tackles, passing ability, goal scoring and bossing the whole midfield. His stats are insane.
3. Kevin De Bruyne
Even the rival fans will accept that Kevin De Bruyne is the best midfielder in the world at the moment. He’s a more than a midfielder. His vision, set-pieces, through balls, long shots, scoring ability makes him the best midfielder on the planet. His stats don’t lie. He’s already provided more than 15 assists in the premier league and many more to go. And in the last match vs Real Madrid, he was the one to change the whole game.
4. Robert Lewandowski
Mr. consistent is here. He always delivers when his team needed the most. I think he’s the most consistent and clinical Number 9 on the planet at the moment. He’s 11 goals in Champions League(Top Scorer) and 25 Goals in Bundesliga(Top Scorer). I think he’ll end up winning European golden boot this season.
5. Lionel Messi
The Barcelona superstar continues his top form with some of the mesmerizing display in big games. He's already bagged 19 goals and 12 assists in 22 matches in La Liga this season. Messi already got his 6th European golden boot last season and he is on the race for 7th golden boot as well.
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