In every age grade competition, new stars are born. These stars go on to lead their generation into the next level of footballing achievements. The 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup like every other competition, has provided its own share of talents.
Pedro González López commonly known as Pedri, who plays as a central midfielder for Barcelona and the Spain national team seems to be the only standout star of the competition so far. It is quite understandable because the tournament was held just two years ago.
Pedri plays in a free roam position, he likes to occupy central areas and even drops down to the defence to pick the ball up. He situates himself on the left, right, or as a number 8. Many fans refer to him as a winger, but just like Andrés Iniesta, this gives a wrong impression of where he actually plays. He is a current squad rotation player at the Spanish club where he is learning under the tutelage of senior players like Antoine Griezmann and Lionel Messi and
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