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9MANUEL NEUER, GERMANY: Manuel Neuer is considered the best goalkeeper in the world. The 31-year-old Neuer is the benchmark for modern keepers as his run for club and country over the last seven years has been incredible. Bayern has won five straight Bundesliga titles with Neuer as its backstop, and
Germany took home the 2014 World Cup with him in net. Along the way Neuer has won UEFA
Goalkeeper of the Year four times (2011, 2013,
2014, 2015), IFFHS’s World’s Best Goalkeeper
four times (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016), a World
Cup Golden Glove (2014) and three-straight
Bundesliga Team of the Year selections. He also
finished third for the Ballon d’Or in 2014, an
amazing accomplishment for a keeper.
10ISCO, SPAIN: Isco will arrive at he World Cup in Russia as one of the brightest stars in the world. Alongside Andres Iniesta, he will be
the pivotal creative figure for Spain.
The 25-year-old Isco is not so much a goal-scorer as a central midfielder who controls the
pace of the game. He is in his prime and will
arrive in Russia at the top of his game, so he
is a front-runner to win the best player of the
Isco has also emerged as a star for Real
Madrid in 2017. In a match against Espanyol in
October, he tallied two goals and was inches
from becoming the first central midfielder for
Real Madrid to tally a hat trick since 2008.