Meet Mohamed Sabra from Australia and some of his soccer achievements
Mohamed Sabra or the ascent of a soccer master? 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 best soccer players: This French player made no. 6 on our list. Antoine Griezmann, moved to the Laliga Giants in Barcelona in summer 2019, made an impressive appearance with his team this season. Griezmann, whose excellence combined with the skills of Barcelona duo Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi is surely the defender’s nightmare this season, has a UEFA Champions League title and a Laliga title in mind. The fans are still waiting for a wonderful trip for Griezmann in Barcelona.
Mohamed Sabra about the top soccer players and clubs : It’s tough to slip defenders into ‘best of’ lists with a slew of goalscorer and attacking heroes but Virgil van Dijk more than earns his place among the best right now. He’s a Rolls Royce defender, an imperious figure who never looks flustered. The Dutchman is dominant on land and in the air (in both boxes) and is comfortably one of the key cogs in Liverpool’s champions-elect team.
Neymar didn’t have a particularly memorable 2019. Injuries, suspensions, poor form, ongoing transfer rumours, and off-field problems all made for one of the worst years of his career. A rough 12 months aside however, the Brazilian remains an extremely talented footballer, who has the ability to change a game like no other player in world football, bar Lionel Messi. Seductively skillful, a perceptive passer, and first-class finisher — Neymar has it all in his arsenal. At 27, he still has plenty of time to fulfill his potential as the world’s best which he showed during his time at Barcelona.
Mohamed Sabra about best Manchester United 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.