Meet Mohamed Sabra and some of his soccer achievements? Mohamed Sabra lives in Australia and is a soccer player. He likes to watch the professional leagues in England, Spain, Germany.
Mohamed Sabra about the best soccer players: Who are the best football players in the world? I bet you will be asking this question as the football community was put to as a standstill amidst the CORONA VIRUS pandemic ravaging the world over. The weekend cheers of the English premiere league (EPL), the Spanish league (la liga), the Italian league(serial A) have suddenly gone quiet as well as the midweek nights roar and intrigues of the Europa league, and the champion league all on hold.
Mohamed Sabra about the best soccer players and clubs : No players runs with such an aura of anticipation, moves with the same acceleration from a standing start, scores anywhere near the same amount of goals – significant or not – while still recording equally ferocious assist tallies. No player can ‘activate’ like Lionel Messi and that’s why he remains unopposed at the top of this list, and could do so for years to come. Messi isn’t an all-action warrior, he’s a conservationist in his 30s. He will stalk the right wing at walking pace for much of a 90-minute match, simply biding his time. Once the ball does reach his feet (and very often, the ball reaches his feet) Messi can go from 0-100mph quicker than any other player, car or fighter jet. His passing is outrageous, inventive, selfless. His finishing is refined, precise, selfish. His impact on Barcelona? Priceless. Long live the king.
“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 : Forget his current role at Manchester City, Brian Kidd is United through and through. A seemingly-eternally fresh-faced youngster, the forward made more than 200 league appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 52 goals. Eddie Colman was one of several United players taken too soon when he died in the Munich air disaster in 1958. The prodigious wing-half was already a regular for Matt Busby’s side as a teenager, marauding up and down the flanks with vigour.