Raheem Sterling Bookies Favorite to Win Best Player of the Euros 2021

Raheem Sterling Bookies Favorite to Win Best Player of the Euros 2021

Euro 2020 has moved on quickly to the final four. Several players have thrown their hat in the ring for UEFA’s Best Player of the Tournament award as well as the Best Young Player of the Tournament. Here is a look at the Euro 2020 player award odds along with a detailed analysis of the contenders and their chances.

# 1: Raheem Sterling

Sterling entered the Euros with several questions around him. In the second part of the season, the Manchester City midfielder played fewer games than he would have wanted. Since the beginning of the Euros, he has seemed hungry and determined to prove himself. Currently, he has scored three goals and has one assist to his name, which has shut up all of the people criticizing his inclusion in the team.

# 2: Simon Kjaer

This backline has excelled thus far under the leadership of Denmark captain Simon Kjær. He would realize that to stop the great English attackers, he and his colleagues would have to execute almost flawlessly. To watch who starts on the right-wing for England will be fascinating. Jadon Sancho showed glimpses of brilliance in the matches against Ukraine, and he may retain his starting role. The best bookmaker’s odds em is offering the best odds but those will change if Demark beat England so now is the time to place a wager if you think the Danes will come out on top.

Harry Kane
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# 3: Harry Kane

The opportunity is there for England captain Harry Kane to surpass Cristiano Ronaldo as the top scorer at Euro 2020. Kane received a lot of criticism for his group stage performances, in which he failed to score three times. He is getting back to his best form after scoring three goals in the knockout round victories against Germany and Ukraine.

#4: Lorenzo Insigne

In the first half of Italy’s victory against Albania, Napoli winger Lorenzo Insigne was their finest player. There have been reports linking the Napoli man with a transfer this summer. Now that Italy is in the final of the Euros, he will certainly be one of the contenders to win the best player of the tournament.

# 5: Jorginho

To make it 3-2, the Italians had to score to make it into the Euros final and Jorginho was ready to take Italy’s fifth kick, which would give them a chance to face the victors of the England-Denmark semi-final. Goalkeepers know that Jorginho’s technique hasn’t changed, but they make the initial move against him every time and it was a very cool penalty in one of the most stressful situations a footballer can find themselves in. 

# 6: Sergio Busquets

When asked whether he would retire after the European Championship when his team was eliminated in the round of 16 on penalties, midfielder Sergio Busquets answered no. He will be 33 next Monday, has previously said that this was his last European Championship and that he may not appear for his country again. After excellent performances for Spain, he will be pushed to remain in the international game for a further 18 months, leading up to the next World Cup.


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