Which is the strongest team in the FIFA World Cup 2018?

Mudassir Ali
Mar 11, 2020 11:56 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Mar 11, 2020 11:56 AM

Originally Answered: Which is the strongest team in the FIFA World Cup 2018, apparently?
My pick is Spain.

De Gea is probably the best goalkeeper in the world at this moment, given that Neuer has missed most of the season through injury and we still don’t know if he’s the same old Neuer. (Germany’s number 2, ter Stegen, is not far behind those two, though.)
Pique and Ramos is probably the best central defender pair this World Cup — the only weakness is there temperament, with both being known to have hot heads. Cavajal is one of the best right backs in the world and Alba should rival Marcello to be the best left back in the world. Behind those four, Spain have talent such as Nacho and Azpilicueta in reserve.
Xavi is gone but Iniesta is still world class and Busquet is still as classy as ever. In Xavi’s void, Spain have Thiago, David Silva, Koke and Saul to choose from. You can almost throw any 3 or 4 players from that list together and it would be a world beater midfield.
Spain’s attack doesn’t have as many big names as Argentina’s but Diego Costa is as good as the old Torres and both Isco and Asensio are capable of deciding matches on their own. Iago Aspas is an exciting wild card to watch for as well.
My second choice would be Germany. They have just a tad fewer big names than Spain do, but as a team, they’re always stronger than the sum of their individuals.

My third choice is Brazil. They have excellent players in all positions.

The wild cards would be Belgium and France. These teams have very talented squads, but they’re too young and inexperienced.

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