Potent attacking African threats teams need to be wary of
The World Cup commences in under 3 weeks time and the players will be raring to go. From Africa, 5 teams have qualified for the finals. With some talented African players on show, it will be interesting to see how far the teams will go.
With a number of African stars plying their trade in Europe, viewers from the African continent have steadily grown and increased. The European leagues still boast some of the world’s finest goal scorers from Africa.
The likes of Mane, Salah and Musa have all lit up PL audiences but will face another kind of pressure at the World Cup, playing for their countries.
Here we take a look at the top five Africans players headed to the World Cup in Russia.
Anice Badri, the 27-year-old Tunisian striker, is hopeful of an excellent showing from his country at the World Cup. Going into the tournament beaming with confidence, Badri is sure that his country could be a revelation in the upcoming tournament.
Having scored an invaluable goal to help guide the country to the World Cup, Badri has been in good touch this season domestically that earned him a place in the provisional squad for the World Cup in Russia.
A sharp striker, with a knack to score the important goal, Badri is also a hard worker off the ball to help his team in transitions. The Tunisian player is confident of a good showing and the team are currently ranked 14th in the world and could be the surprise packages of the 2018 Russia World Cup.