ESPN’s 2018 top 100 star list, the top ten players in all positions in football today

ESPN’s 2018 top 100 star list, the top ten players in all positions in football today
December 7, 2018 News 2018 is coming to an end.In the year that is coming to an end, international football has experienced Real Madrid achieving three consecutive Champions League victories, the French national team has regained the World Cup title after 20 years, Modric broke Messi/Cristiano Ronaldo for the European Golden Globe AwardsMajor events such as a 10-year monopoly (2018 Golden Globe Awards), Mbappe’s rocket-like rise, etc.At the end of the year, ESPN named the top 100 stars/head coaches of the year.C Romesi 2018 is still the most powerful player in the entire world. Of course, any ranking will inevitably produce some controversy. Naturally, ESPN’s 2018 top 100 series is also the same.Although Modric broke the situation where Messi and Ronaldo jointly monopolized the European Golden Globe Awards for 10 years, objectively speaking, Peerless Pride is still the most outstanding football player in international football today.In 2018, Cristiano Ronaldo, together with La Liga giants Real Madrid, won the Champions League for the third time in a row. Messi took the La Liga and Spanish Kings Cup trophy into the bag.Judging from the gold content of achievements during the year, Ronaldo should be slightly higher than Messi, so ESPN will rank Ronaldo behind Messi in the top 10 striker rankings, and it will definitely cause some different voices.延伸阅读:解放者杯决赛伯纳乌球场上演 梅西C罗聚首同框现场观战卡瓦尼力压梅西C罗获2018金足奖 附历届金足奖获奖者皇马少了C罗遭5球屠杀 国家德比少了梅西C罗的对比  在10大攻击型前卫排行榜上,厄齐尔居然也挤进了榜单,这的确是非常出人意料。In the past year, Ozil’s performance was very mediocre: in the international arena, the German national team went to the World Cup in Russia with a hot posture of the defending champion. However, after the German team played 3 group matches, they were eliminated.In the final round, it was because of a 0-2 defeat by South Korea and the bottom of the group. In this cup, Ozil’s performance is very general.At the club level, Arsenal failed to score in the UEFA Champions League, and the Gunners can only play in the UEFA Cup; after Emery succeeded Wenger as the Gunners coach, Ozil couldn’t even mix his main position.With the current situation of Ezu, being among the top 100 football figures of the year is indeed difficult to convince.  Since it is an annual ranking, the candidate’s performance and achievements during the year are indispensable.In the selection of the 10 gates, De Gea topped the list, which also has some controversy.At Manchester United, De Gea’s performance is blameless, but in the past year, the Red Devils’ performance is unbelievable, and this season is a nightmare; in the national team, De Gea’s performance is extremely downturn, heLow-level mistakes continued in the World Cup.With such performance and achievements, De Gea topped the list among the 10 goalkeepers, which is debatable.梅西C罗谁第一在球迷中仍是一个争论不休的话题  此外,在10大射手榜单中,上赛季意甲联赛金靴奖得主伊卡尔迪居然仅仅排名第10,他的排名甚至还低Yulukaku (6th), Diego Costa (7th), Higuain (9th).In the list of the top 10 coaches, Deschamps, who led the French national team to win the World Cup trophy, was only ranked sixth. These rankings may cause controversy among fans.Attachment: The 2018 ESPN Top 100 Football Players List is single, and the goalkeeper:    1. David De Gea (Manchester United/Spain), 2. Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid/Slovenia), 3. Courtois (Real Madrid/Belgium), 4. Alison (Liverpool/Brazil), 5. Marco Terschgen (Barcelona/Germany), 6. Edson (Manchester City/Brazil), 7. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich/Germany), 8. Hugo Loris (Tottenham Hotspur/France), 9. Gianluigi Buffon (Paris Saint-Germain/Italy), 10. Keller Navas (Real Madrid/Costa Rica); Second, right-back:    1. Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid/Spain), 2. Joshua Kimich (Bayern Munich/Germany), 3. Keller Walker (Tottenham Hotspur/England), 4. Benjamin Paval (Stuttgart/France), 5. Dani Alves (Paris Saint-Germain/Brazil), 6. Gilland Triplip (Tottenham Hotspur/England), 7. Thomas Munier (Paris Saint-Germain/Belgium), 8. Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea/Spain), 9. Sergei Roberto (Barcelona/Spain), 10. Juan Fran Torres (Athletic Madrid/Spain); Third, central defender:    1. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid/Spain), 2. Rafael Varane (Real Madrid/France), 3. Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid/Uruguay), 4. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool/Netherlands), 5. Giogio Chiellini (Juventus/Italy), 6. Herard Pique (Barcelona/Spain), 7. Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona/France), 8. Leonardo Bonucci (Juventus/Italy), 9. Carrido Coulibaly (Naples/Senegal), 10. Jan Virtonghen (Tottenham Hotspur/Belgium); four, left back: 1. Marcelo (Real Madrid/Brazil), 2. David Arabba (Bayern Munich/Austria), 3. Yordi Alba (Barcelona/Spain), 4. Alessandro (Juventus/Brazil), 5. Benjamin Mendy (Manchester/France), 6. Lucas Hernandez (Atletico Madrid/France), 7. Marcos Alonso (Chelsea/Spain), 8. Andrew Robertson (Liverpool/Scotland), 9. Felipe Luis (Athletic Madrid/Brazil), 10. Raven-Coursava (Paris Saint-Germain/France); V. Midfielder: 1. Luca Modric (Real Madrid/Croatia), 2. Engro-Cante (Chelsea/France), 3. Tony Cross (Real Madrid/Germany), 4. Paul Pogba (Manchester United/France), 5. Sergio Busquets (Barcelona/Spain), 6. Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona/Croatia), 7. Casemiro (Real Madrid/Brazil), 8. Jorginho (Chelsea/Italy), 9. Tiago (Bayern Munich/Spain), 10. Marco Verati (Paris Saint-Germain/Italy); Six, offensive avant-garde: 1. Kevin De Braun (Manchester City/Belgium), 2. Isco (Real Madrid/Spain), 3. David Silva (Manchester City/Spain), 4. Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona/Brazil), 5. Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur/Denmark), 6. Deli Ali (Tottenham Hotspur/England), 7. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City/Portugal), 8. J Luo (Bayern Munich/Colombia), 9. Cork (Atletico Madrid/Spain), 10. Mesut-Ozil (Arsenal/Germany); VII, winger: 1. Sadio Mane (Liverpool/Senegal), 2. Leroy-Sanne (Manchester City/Germany), 3. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City/England), 4. Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan/Croatia), 5. Marco Asensio (Real Madrid/Spain), 6. William (Chelsea/Brazil), 7. Lorenzo Insigne (Naples/Italy), 8. Osmane Dembele (Barcelona/France), 9. Marco Royce (Dortmund/Germany), 10. Douglas Costa (Juventus/Brazil); eight, striker: 1. Messi (Barcelona/Argentina), 2. Ronaldo (Juventus/Portugal), 3. Killian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain/France), 4. Eden Hazard (Chelsea/Belgium), 5. Anthony Griezmann (Atletico Madrid/France), 6. Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain/Brazil), 7. Mohammed Salah (Liverpool/Egypt), 8. Gareth Bell (Real Madrid/Wales), 9. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool/Brazil), 10. Paul Dybala (Juventus/Argentina); Nine, shooter: 1. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur/England), 2. Sergio Aguero (Man City/Argentina), 3. Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain/Uruguay), 4. Luis Suarez (Barcelona/Uruguay), 5. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich/Poland), 6. Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United/Belgium), 7. Diego Costa (Atletico Madrid/Spain), 8. Mario Manjukizi (Juventus/Croatia), 9. Gonzallo Higuain (Milan/Argentina), 10. Mauro Icardi (Inter Milan/Argentina); Ten, head coach: 1. Pep Guardiola (Man City), 2. Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), 3. Diego Simeone (Atletico Madrid), 4. Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus), 5. Mauricio Sarri (Chelsea), 6. Didier Deschan (France), 7. Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur), 8. Carlo Ancelotti (Naples), 9. Tite (Brazil), 10. Thomas Tuchel (Paris Saint-Germain) original title: ESPN’s Top 100 Football Player of the Year: Messi beat C Roezier