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FIFA World Cup 2018: The Best Of The Rest

Ronaldo and Messi have won it five times each in the last 10 years, but a host of younger stars are being tipped to be the first Ballon d’Or winner after the decadal reign of the ‘big two’. Here are the front-runners…

FIFA World Cup 2018: The Best Of The Rest
FIFA World Cup 2018: The Best Of The Rest
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2018-06-16T14:33:36+05:30

Neymar Jr

  • Age: 26
  • Club: Paris Saint-Germain
  • Country: Brazil

Neymar has long been regarded as the heir ­apparent to Messi and Ronaldo. He shocked the world when he left Barcelona for PSG last summer in a rec­ord-breaking £200m deal. Technical, strong and quick, Neymar att­empted more dribbles per game than any other player in Europe’s top five league’s last season.


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