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Top five youngsters to watch in World Cup, Sterling, Gotze, Lukaku, Pogba and Neymar.

We have already shared top goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards to watch in the World Cup and this time it is about the youngsters, it will be the first World Cup for many of them, they might get less chance on the field but they have to prove their game in that time to become a permanent member of their respective teams.

Here are the top five youngsters to watch in the coming World Cup, do you agree?

Raheem Sterling (Winger – Liverpool and England)
Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling will be playing his first international tournament. He is only 19-year-old and has already proved himself in the Premier League. He scored 9 and assisted  6 goals in 33 appearances for Liverpool in 2013-2014 season.

Mario Gotze (Attacking Midfielder – Bayern Munich and Germany)
The 21-year-old once again will be found on the bench for Germany, but few minutes that he will probably get will be the minutes to watch this talent. He played 38 games for Munich in which he netted 13 and set up 9.

Paul Pogba (Defensive Midfielder – Juventus and France)
The heart of Juventus’ midfield, Paul Pogba will probably be in the starting eleven for France because of his impressive performances with Juventus in the recent seasons.

Romelu Lukaku (Striker – Chelsea and Belgium)
Lukaku, 21, has already scored 65 league goals in this age and it’s a long way to go, his contribution to West Brom and Everton in the last two seasons has showed everyone that he is a worthy striker. Chelsea might give him a chance in the new season.

Neymar (Striker – Barcelona and Brazil)
Brazilian wonder kid will definitely be the player to watch in the whole World Cup, his contribution in FIFA Confederation Cup last summer was exceptional. He will be the main man for Brazil this World Cup.


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