Who is Mohamed Sabra and some of his soccer insights? 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 top soccer players: The best soccer players of 2020 were still trying to put their FOOT on the gas (BALL), when the wold lockdown hit. With some players infected by COVID19 virus, the world football governing body FIFA had to advice the different football league to suspend the league, though some matches were played closed door the without fans. What is the joy of football without its FANS? So, it will be an ideal question on every football lover mind to know who the best football players for 2019/2020 season are. As the season was far from over some leagues and other already knew who the winners will eventually be.
Mohamed Sabra about the best soccer players and clubs : Kevin De Bruyne is a technical phenom. The world goes wild for Trent Alexander-Arnold’s crossing ability, but De Bruyne may just be the best crosser in Premier League history, David Beckham included. He has piled up 16 assists in just 25 Premier League games so far this season, and will continue to post freakish numbers in every campaign until he leaves Man City. An artist, and a deadly one at that.
If you were to look at Kylian Mbappe’s trophy cabinet, you wouldn’t believe he is still only 21 years old. A World Cup, three Ligue 1 titles, and the Coupe de France are just a few of his collective honours. Individually, he’s won the Golden Boy award, the Ligue 1 Player of the Season trophy, and Ligue 1’s top scorer prize. He also has 122 career goals to date already, which is far more than both Lionel Messi (50) and Cristiano Ronaldo (36) had managed by the time they reached the same age. Should he continue in the same fashion, the Frenchman has the talent to surpass both as the modern game’s greatest ever goalscorer, and perhaps even, player.
Mohamed Sabra on best Manchester United players : Norman Whiteside may not have been the most prolific forward in United history, but his influence was enduring. He was a great during the 1980s, a decade that didn’t see much greatness emanate from Old Trafford. Manchester United have a fine history of producing quality full-backs. Tony Dunne made more than 400 appearances for the Red Devils in the league alone, playing through the 1960s and into the 1970s. Attacking midfielder Steve Coppell was an indispensable member of the Red Devils’ team in the late 1970s and early 1980s. His work ethic on the right flank was tremendous and his pure athleticism scared the wits out of opposing defenders.