Manchester City has been absolutely sensational this season, under Pep Guardiola the “Citizens” have looked effortless, attractive and Clinical. Their Title winning season has been rewarding and the Blue side of Manchester has 16 players going to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the most from any club.
England: Kyle Walker, Raheem Sterling, Fabian Delph and John Stones.
Walker, Stones, and Delph were key men in Pep Guardiola’s Defence and were rock solid for Manchester City while Raheem Sterling has had a dream season scoring 23 Goals and 12 assists. Gareth Southgate will be hoping for more of the same from his Man City contingent.
Brazil: Ederson Moraes, Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus, Danilo
Gabriel Jesus has been a goal machine since arriving at the Etihad Stadium in 2016 and has even been giving City all-time top scorer Sergio Aguero a tough time. Ederson Moraes certainly fits the ‘Sweeper Keeper’ role for Man City but may fail to make the team for Brazil courtesy Alisson Becker’s amazing form. Fernandinho executes his plans so well in the CDM role and Right-Back Danilo has been in good form at the fag end of the season.
Belgium: Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne
The Belgian Duo of Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne could be important players for Roberto Martinez, the experience Vincent Kompany brings to the table will be priceless and everyone knows Kevin De Bruyne’s abilities as Creator-in-Chief.
Argentina: Nicolas Otamendi and Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero has now become Man City’s all-time top scorer while Nicolas Otamendi has reasserted his position as the team’s top Center-Back despite the arrival of Laporte in the Winter Transfer Window, Good time to be Argentine at the Etihad,
Germany: Ilkay Gundogan
The Fans of the Premier League are shocked that Premier League Young Player of the Year, Leroy Sane wasn’t included in the German Squad. But Man City player Ilkay Gundogan seems to have recovered from that horrific ACL injury and the comeback is complete. Good to see the lad’s a fighter!
Spain: David Silva
The Man City Midfielder has been a class act since he signed for Manchester City in 2010. 8 years later, he’s still a class act. Some things never change.
France: Benjamin Mendy
The former Monaco man endured an injury-hit season, but his determination has born fruit and the comeback is complete.
Portugal: Bernardo Silva
Bernardo Silva hasn’t been a regular starter under Pep Guardiola but the Portuguese Attacking Midfielder has been impressive in the opportunities he’s had.