Top Goalkeepers and Defenders of FIFA World Cup 2010
A question: Which is the only player in football that can touch the ball?
Of course it is the goalkeeper. No matter how much the strikers, defenders, or midfielders prevent the opponents from scoring, ultimately it is the goalkeeper that needs to stop the ball from entering into goal. Goalkeeper, generally abbreviated as GK, is also referred to as goalie or custodian. In the FIFA World Cup 2010, a few of the very talented and extremely popular goalkeepers are going to play. Top notch goalkeepers of this World Cup are:
• From Spain: Iker Casillas
• From Italy: Gianluigi Buffon
• From Brazil: Julio Cesar
• From France: Hugo Lloris
• From England: David James
• From Australia: Mark Schwarzer
• From USA: Tim Howard
• From Denmark: Thomas Sorensen
• From Slovenia: Samir Handanovic
• From Argentina: Sergio Romero
“You don’t want to be giving away free kicks in the penalty area.” Ron Atkinson
Do you want to know how to win the football match? Follow one thing: defend the “D.” Along with mid-fielders and strikers, defenders are supposed to prevent the attack of the opponent. A defender is usually located in the outfield and he acts like a shield against the opponent.
In FIFA World Cup 2010, the following classic center backs, sweepers, full backs, and wingbacks defenders are going to shine:
- Dani Alves
- Maicon Lucio
- Gerard Pique
- Carles Puyol
- John Terry
- Ashley Cole
- Giorgio Chiellini
- Fabio Cannavaro
- Patrica Evra
- Philipp Lahm
A striking list isn’t it? Imagine all these defenders in one match. What results you would expect?
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