The ‘Generation Z’ revolution


A World Cup where so many emerging talents emerged is not to be remembered. There is no team in the quarterfinals without at least one footballer from the so-called ‘generation Z’, which consists of those born after 2000. They are still considered young players, but they are writing their name on the radar of the general public, which some of them are essential to the proper functioning of the group to which they belong.

From what we will see this Friday, we must remember that if Croatia defends well it is because it has Josko Guardiolthat in Brazil there are many attackers but Vinicius Jr. has a special air, that Argentina started to work when they appeared on the scene Enzo Fernandez Y Alexis McAllister and the goal is something by Julian Alvarezand that Jurrien Timber He is Louis van Gaal’s favorite defender in the Netherlands. Yes, Modric, Neymar, Leo Messi and Van Dijk are the stars of the aforementioned teams, but they all need the aforementioned.

Looking forward to Saturday, history is repeating itself. It is impossible to understand Southgate’s England without it Jude Bellinghamgame equipment in France is protected by Aurelien Tchouameniin Portugal Goncalo Ramos sent Cristiano Ronaldo himself to the bench, and if Morocco is in the quarterfinals it will be largely thanks to the work of Azzedine Ounahi (‘8’ for Luis Enrique) in his engine room.

In other words, we are facing the revolution of ‘generation Z’, a remarkable promotion of soccer players who play video games in their free time and when they leave the virtual world they are the main soccer stars of the flesh and blood. And for them it’s just beginning.

Source: La Verdad


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