- Team comparison by a UEFA technical observers: Packie Bonner (Republic of Ireland), Ruud Dokter (Netherlands), Jarmo Matikainen (Finland), Miran Pavlin (Slovenia), John Peacock (England), Dany Ryser (Switzerland)
Calvin Raatsie (Netherlands Ajax)
Ki-Jana Hoever (Netherlands Liverpool)
Lorenzo Pirola (Italy Internazionale Milano)
Melayro Bogarde (Netherlands Hoffenheim)
Timothée Pembele (France Paris Saint-Germain)
Simone Panada (Italy Atalanta)
Lucien Agoumé (France Sochaux)
Adil Aouchiche (France Paris Saint-Gerrmain)
Enzo Millot (France Monaco)
Sontje Hansen (Netherlands Ajax)
Sebastiano Esposito (Italy Internazionale Milano)
With so many clever midfielders on show, picking fewer than 5 valid too good a challenge, so ensuing in a 4-5-1 formation. France shaped a core of a group with their midfield trio Lucien Agoumé, Enzo Millot and nine-goal top-scorer Adil Aouchiche selected unequivocally.
This meant several eye-catching players such as Belgium’s Jéremy Doku and Spain’s Roberto Navarro usually usually missed out. Up front, Italy’s Sebastiano Esposito tender a technical observers not usually with his set-piece prowess, while Netherland’s Brian Brobbey usually usually missed a cut with his team-mate Sontje Hansen elite in midfield.
Full-back Ki-Jana Hoever was another of 3 Dutch players to make a side with above all his aggressive qualities, generally in a contest that saw so many goals, earning him a curtsy over France’s Melih Altikulac.
Meanwhile, a observers were assured that Melayro Bogarde and Lorenzo Pirola supposing a strongest executive defensive pairing, with both players ancillary their particular nation’s impetus to a final, and Belgium’s Maarten Vandevoordt offering a safest hands – and feet – during a back.
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