Kevin De Bruyne names his dream 11 comprised of current and former teammates both at the club level and international front.
Kevin De Bruyne is arguably the best midfielder in the world right now. But who does he think are the best players he has shared a dressing room with? Well the Belgian ace answered the question recently while live on Instagram along with compatriots Romelu Lukaku and Axel Witsel.
During the live stream, De Bruyne discussed his dream 11 comprised of the best players he has ever played with. He chose players from his international team as well as current club Manchester City and former club Chelsea.
Kevin De Bruyne names his dream 11 comprised of current and former teammates
Speaking on Instagram, De Bruyne said of his selections:
‘For me, in goal, you have to choose between Thibaut (Courtois), Edersen and Cech. How can you choose? I’m going to say Cech based on his whole career and playing 15 to 20 years. The others can do the same after.
‘Right back I would take Kyle Walker; unbelievable, powerful and speed.
‘Centre back I would take Vinny (Vincent Kompany). He still counts as a player, or is he a manager? I could choose (Aymeric) Laporte or John Terry, Jan Vertonghen or Toby Alderweireld. If you go on career, probably John Terry.
‘Left back, the best and the craziest is probably (Benjamin) Mendy.
‘The most underrated player is Fernandinho. A lot of people don’t know what he does unless you play with him. He’s also 35 (actually 34) and you see what he does – it’s crazy.
‘I would take David Silva and Lampard, two guys I played with for a few minutes. Offensive players.
‘I have to choose Eden (Hazard), Kun (Sergio Aguero) and Raheem (Sterling).’
Kevin De Bruyne’s Dream 11
Peter Cech, Kyle Walker, Vincent Kompany, John Terry, Benjamin Mendy, Fernandinho, David Silva, Frank Lampard, Eden Hazard, Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.
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