Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

The world football has honed many talented football stars both in Europe and South Africa. Today, selected two teams of the best football star of the two continents with the world’s top will be shown to have developed the football background.

Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

1. Goalkeepers: Oblak, Alisson Becker

Goalkeepers: In Europe, while David de Gea and Manuel Neuer have fallen, Jan Oblak has maintained consistent performance for many seasons under Atletico Madrid. In South America, the two football star goalkeepers are currently playing for the Brazilian national team. Alisson Becker with influence and class is hard to replace in Liverpool’s Premier League lineup this season, still more appreciated than Ederson Moraes of Man City.

Bonus up to 1000 usd cmd368

2. Defenders: Anorld, Alves 

Defender: In Europe, Trent Alexander-Anorld possesses the ability to join the top attack with 12 assists in the Premier League this season. Impressive form helped the 21-year-old Englishman to Transfermarkt valuation of 110 million euros. Meanwhile, South American football has not appeared any right defender really stands out. At the age of 36, Dani Alves regularly plays for Sao Paulo and captains the Brazil captaincy.

Banner Promotion From TT128
Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

3. Center-back: Virgil van Dijk, Marquinhos 

Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

Center-back: Virgil van Dijk is a center-back owning the highest level of performance in the world. Marquinhos has not been able to match his Liverpool counterpart, but it is still the most reliable blocking of PSG and the Brazilian football stars  national team.

4. Center-back: Felipe Monteiro, Sergio Ramos 

Center-back: Felipe Monteiro has become the mainstay of the Atletico Madrid defense, though he just moved from Porto in the summer of 2019. The Brazilian center-back started 20 games this season, culminating with 2 wins against Liverpool in the round of 16 Champions League team. Meanwhile, the experience and core filtering of Sergio Ramos is something that many central defenders in Europe still need to learn.

5. Defenders: Robertson, Alex Sandro 

Defender: Andrew Robertson is not as impressive as Arnold but still has pocketed 7 assists in the Premier League this season. Meanwhile, the decline in form in the last 2 seasons can cause Marcelo to lose his position on the national team. Alex Sandro is still regularly playing at Juventus and waiting for the opportunity to shine with Brazil.

6. Midfielder: Milinkovic-Savic, Casemiro 

Midfielder: N’Golo Kante’s performance this season has been seriously deteriorated due to injuries. Meanwhile, Serbian midfielder Milinkovic-Savic is playing one of the best seasons of his career, helping Lazio take second place in the Serie A rankings. On the South American side, Casemiro is still an important card, a midfield of the Real Madrid royal team.

7. Midfield: Bruno Fernandes, Fabinho

Midfield: Bruno Fernandes is one of the most effective midfielders in Europe this season with impressive statistics (16 goals, 14 assists for both MU and Sporting). On the side of Fabinho, the Brazilian is a pillar of the middle line that brings Liverpool to the first Premier League title in club history.

8. Midfielder: Kevin De Bruyne, Federico Valverde

Midfielder: Kevin De Bruyne is the best pass in the world today with a very high ability to create mutations. Meanwhile, Federico Valverde is an emerging player but still knocked Luka Modric from Real Madrid’s main lineup this season.

9. Striker:  Neymar and Kylian Mbappe 

Striker: PSG with the bottomless pockets of oil billionaires owns 2 of the most talented football star strikers in world football today. Neymar and Kylian Mbappe are both considered candidates for the Golden Ball award in the future.

Banner Promotion From TT128

10. Striker: Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero

Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

Striker: Luis Suarez is going through a tough season with a knee injury. The striker of Barcelona must give way to his high-performing colleague Sergio Aguero. “El Kun” is aiming for a record of more than 20 goals in 6 consecutive Premier League seasons. In Europe, Robert Lewandowski is still too big a shadow and no striker can surpass him.

11. Striker: Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi 

Striker: At 35, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 25 goals for Juventus this season, while Lionel Messi at 33 has not shown signs of wanting to stop with 24 goals in all competitions with Barca.

Compare the best football star lineups in Europe and South America

Read more: