Top 8 debutants at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar to watch out for

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Young Players

As the greatest tournament goes underway this week, presenting to you the top 8 debutants who are most likely to stun the world with their skill and learning in Qatar.

Vinicius Junior

When it comes to the list, no one comes closer to the might of Vinicius Junior whose pace and skills alongside Benzema helped RM with the Champions League this year. He will surely be a key to Brazil’s success.

Alphonso Davies

Alphonso Davies is the main star that led Canada’s first-ever qualification for the World Cup in 36 years and holds a major prospect in leading Canada out of a complex group that includes Belgium and Croatia.

Phil Foden

A pocket dynamo, who is stealing all attention even among the footballing legends on his side, Phil Foden’s skill and adjustment on the pitch will be tested in high-voltage FIFA WC in Qatar.

Pedri

Appearing among the star-studded Spanish side Pedri has been evolving as a great star in the game today. The likes and importance that he received in Barcelona will be a treat to watch in the World Cup.

Jude Bellingham

The England international Bellingham has been on the radar of several European clubs. He is a wonderful midfielder at the age of 19 and will be undoubtedly an essential player for Southgate at the World Cup.

Antony

Antony has always been a competent player who flourishes in any environment and with his current form with Man United, Antony holds a great chance of heading into Brazil’s star-studded line-up.

Federico Valverde

The key man in Real Madrid’s successful run, Valverde has been learning among all-time center players at the club, his assistance to Suarez and Cavani will be a treat to watch in Qatar this year.

Jamal Musiala

Germany has never been shy of producing young talent and Musiala has shown signs of becoming a potential future star. The 19-year-old carries a huge prospect in turning games for Germany’s luck.