Young Stars Who Could Shine in Qatar World Cup 2022
There is now less than a year until the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar on Nov. The World Cup often gives young players the chance to shine on the biggest stage and Qatar will be no different. Here Is Some Young Player Who Could Shine in Qatar.
- Karim Adeyemi, 19, FC Salzburg / Germany
Born in Munich to Nigerian and Romanian parents, the 19-year-old is one of the most exciting young strikers in European football. Adeyemi possesses fine balance, finishing skills, and the ability to position himself well for rebounds, but it’s his remarkable pace and directness which inevitably attracts the most attention.
- Julian Alvarez, 21, River Plate / Argentina
Alvarez has been seen as Argentina’s top attacking prospect for some time, but now the River Plate forward is just starting to generate the numbers that could see a European giant have a chance with him. A member of Argentina’s Copa America-winning side, he came on as a substitute against Brazil in last week’s World Cup qualifiers and should soon have plenty of opportunities to shine.
- Antony, 21, Ajax / Brazil
Called up to the Brazil senior side for the first time in October following a decent showing in the Olympics and a great start to the season with Ajax, Antony is going from strength to strength. Brazil has plenty of attacking options, but Anthony can be a great impact player from the bench.
- Yeremi Pino, 19, Villarreal / Spain
One of many young prospects like Ansu Fati, Gavi, and Pedal As the future of the Spanish national Team, Yeremi was given the chance to shine for Spain when several of their senior players were forced to leave the team due to COVID-19 in June and made their debut in Nations League semi-final against Italy last month.