A probable line up of world eleven has emerged which excludes some players who are labeled as a force to reckon with in world football currently. The list is made up of active footballers and those who have called it a quit in their football career.
Manuel Neuer has been selected in the probable line up as the goalkeeper. The German gets the opportunity to man the post ahead of innumerable competitors.
The defense for the world eleven is made up of Brazilian Dani Alves at the right full back, his fellow countryman Marcelo at the left full back, while Spanish Sergio Ramos and Thiago Silva come on board as central defenders.
In midfield, Sergio Busquets plays as the base of the center, with Xavi and Iniesta playing ahead of him. They will be linking up play and feed the attacking trident with all that is needed to fetch goals.
The trio for attack are Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo on the right side, Paris Saint Germain marksman Lionel Messi on the left while Luiz Suares comes in as the middleman.
Neymar, Mbapped, Benzema, Lewandowski did not have a place in the probable line up. Those in the probable line up have made giant contributions to the world of football.
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