Marcus Rashford; It would be wrong not to start with an Englishman. And Marcus Rashford, more than most, will be hugely pleased to see the competition delayed another season. And with England boasting a young, vibrant, exhilarating offensive group, of which Rashford is a crucial part, the United man could be in line for a statement tournament.
Kai Havertz; He has also attracted comparisons to the man he will replace for Germany, Mesut Ozil. “He is special,” Owen Hargreaves told Goal . “He is like a hybrid of Michael Ballack and Mesut Ozil. That says a lot in terms of his goals and elegance.”
Benjamin Pavard; It is difficult for a right-back to gain too much traction in international tournaments, but after breaking into the starting 11 during France’s run to the World Cup in 2018, Benjamin Pavard is beginning to make a name for himself.
Frenkie de Jong; One of the key cogs to the machine was Frenkie de Jong, a beautiful central midfielder with touch, guise, balance, strength, athleticism, superb skill, technique and vision. He was sublime, and, in typical fashion, Barcelona snapped him up as their heir-apparent to Sergio Busquets, another aesthetically marvellous holding midfielder.
Serge Gnabry; Ever since he left Arsenal, Serge Gnabry has been heading in one direction – up. The German has starred for Werder Bremen, Hoffenheim and now Bayern Munich. Including this current campaign. Still only 25, he has been even more impressive for Germany. He made his debut in September 2016, scoring a hat-trick against San Marino. He became the first player to score a hat-trick on their German debut since Dieter Muller in 1976.
Dayot Upamecano; he is beginning to reach his potential under Julian Nagelsmann, and although he is yet to make a senior appearance for France, that time will surely be soon. And once it is here, there will be no stopping one of the hottest young defenders on the market.
Jadon Sancho; Sancho is performing at a truly elite level. He is as productive as Messi, as creative as De Bruyne and Muller, and is the key offensive weapon in a brilliant Dortmund team that still boasts Julian Brandt, Marco Reus and the aforementioned Haaland.
Eden Hazard; Where he, and his Belgian teammates, have underwhelmed is on the biggest international stage. Across two World Cups and one Euros, Hazard has scored just four goals in 16 games. Belgium have come close, including finishing third in the 2018 World Cup, but just as Lionel Messi’s reputation has suffered as a result of Argentina not winning an international title, so might Hazard’s.
Stars Who Will Look
Timo Werner; On the international stage, Werner has shown flashes of his goal scoring potential. His 11 goals in 29 appearances prove he can be the quintessential prolific German centre-forward, but he is yet to deliver in a major tournament. Nevertheless, with Gnabry and Havertz supplying him, not only is the future of German football bright; Werner’s goal scoring exploits will surely only continue to explode.
Vuvuzela Mu Ntabwe(12:50-1pm) in Midmorning Tukoone.
Mpaka Records singer Dre Cali is grateful to God for having blessed him with Ykee Benda – a boss who later turned into a brother, and supported his music career.
The singer who is always full of praise for Ykee Benda stressed that he went to Mpaka Records to meet the boss of the company but was instead blessed to find that Ykee was totally a different boss from the rest he ever met.
The “Ekifuba” singer praised Ykee for showing him true love when he didn’t expect it and for always posting him on his social media platforms which is not the case with the rest of the local artists who sign musicians under their music camps.
Dre Cali noted how the Mpaka Records boss takes care of him by getting him contacts and links him up to different people in the music business something that would have been hard if he was to do it on his own.
Dre Cali urged upcoming artists to seek for more than just friendship whenever they meet the more established artistes.
VIDEO:Out Of Breath Patient Waves His Last Good Byes After Failing To Pull Through
Covid-19 is proving to be a serial killer and if there is any body doubting the danger this virus can pose to ones’s life then they just just need to scroll through social media and count the number of times people are typing RIP on their statuses.
Beside hospitals being full, there no stretched capacity to produce oxygen for people who are critically sick.
Because of this , a number of people are silently dying in their homes while others are helplessly loosing the battle against Covid on their Hospital beds.
To show you how severe the situation has become,Franklin Mondo a celebrated City pastor shared a horrific video of a critically Ill patient who sadly recorded his last video before loosing the battle to Covid.
In the video the said patient is seen waving his last good byes to his loved ones shortly before loosing the battle to the deadly virus