Friday, June 11, 2010

FIFA World Cup 2010 Stars

FIFA World Cup 2010 Stars

Soccer mania is at its peak with FIFA world cup 2010 on the cards. The grand celebration of world's most popular game – football is about to commence, for the first time on African soil. Republic of South Africa is the proud host of FIFA world cup's 19th edition and the country is geared up for this mega sporting event. Around 900 players from 32 different football playing nations are participating in this world cup to prove their supremacy. Nurtured talents, extraordinary skills, spectacular goals, formidable defense and a passion for football, FIFA world cup 2010 will offer a power pack of excitement.

Here is a list of top football players to watch out for in this world cup.


Country - Brazil

Position - Midfielder

The Brazilian football star Kaka is the most outstanding player to be watched out for in FIFA world cup 2010. The talent of this phenomenal soccer player has fitted into the boots of legends like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Adriano etc. This speaks out of tremendous skills he has got. Having played in last two world cups, Kaka has tons of experience up his sleeve and his flamboyant soccer skills make him the most dangerous player of FIFA world cup 2010.

Wayne Rooney

Country - England

Position - Striker

Rooney is the key to England' success in FIFA world cup 2010. He whistled into the England side at a minor of 17 and has the potential to decide a game on his own. His exceptional soccer skills featuring powerful and strong ball possession, ability to pick a pass, shoot from distance and unselfishly work for the team is unparalleled in world football. The level he attained at FIFA world cup 2006 takes him to the class of elite players. England's hopes ride on Rooney's form in such a way that, "If Rooney is at his best, England will be too."

Lionel Messi

Country - Argentina

Position - Midfielder

Young sensation of Italy and widely regarded as the best player in the world, Messi is the current FIFA World Player of the Year. He has a splendid career which includes the honor of being the youngest player to score a world cup goal for Argentina. At tender age of 19 in 2006, he scored a goal against Serbia during FIFA world cup 2006 in Germany. Messi was also part of the Argentina gold medal winning team in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Coach Diego Maradona has already declared Messi as his successor and Argentina's chances in this world cup heavily depend on his performance.

Christiano Ronaldo

Country - Portugal

Position - Striker

Rated as world's costliest soccer player, Christiano Ronaldo is the backbone of Portugal team. The celebrity footballer holds recognition as world's most destructive strikers in the game of soccer. Portuguese team is very well balanced for this campaign with tons of experience under their sleeves as well as fresh legs to take hem through. Their group schedule includes teams like Brazil. Christiano Ronaldo seems to be the leader of Portugal brigade in their shot at the world title.

Miroslav Klose

Country - Germany

Position - Striker

This striker of Germany has been a real revelation in goal scoring. Whenever Germany needs a goal, Klose is the man to watch out for. In the absence of captain Michael Ballack, his role becomes more important. Klose made his international debut in 2001 and played a key role in 2002 world cup where Germany were runner ups. In world cup 2006, Klose bagged the golden boot award. At the moment, he is in prime form and seems to take Germany all the way through final results.

By : Saranjeet Singh

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