Five captains to watch out in the World Cup
June 11, 2018 5:11 pm
There are five captains that FIFA has picked up who could create history in the World Cup.
Egypt’s Essam El Hadary is ready to become a record-breaker.
Hadary will start Russia 2018 aged 45 years and 150 days and looks set to take on the mantle of the oldest player in the tournament’s history.
England’s Harry Kane is still only 24 years of age and scored over 100 goals in the last four seasons at club level, will be the tournament’s youngest captain.
Neymar is unquestionably one of world football’s biggest stars.
Having only just recovered from injury, he returned to the national team in style with a brilliant strike in a recent friendly against Croatia.
Iceland’s Aron Gunnarsson will lead the side on their World Cup debut this year.