3 strikers nominated for world class

 3 strikers nominated for world class

Rasmus Hojlund

Manchester United striker Hoylund started the season very weakly, despite the hopes placed on him by Red Devils fans after he joined from Atalanta last summer.

In the second round, Hoylund rose up and scored many goals before his injury last February, and after his return, he lost much of his luster and was no longer what he was.

But Hoylund is expected to become the winning card during the coming rounds, especially since Manchester United has 4 easy consecutive matches on paper against Bournemouth, Sheffield, Burnley and Crystal Palace.

Alexander Isaac

Isaac has become an important option in the coming rounds in light of his brilliance and scoring goals with Newcastle during the past matches.

In the last 5 Premier League matches, Isaac scored 5 goals, confirming his strong return after being absent for a long period due to injury.

Isaac has the opportunity to increase his goal tally during the next stage, especially since Newcastle will face, in order, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Sheffield, Burnley and Brighton, noting that he is the first taker of his team’s penalty kicks.

Evan Tony

Despite his avoidance of scoring in past matches, Brentford striker Ivan Toney remains an important offensive element during the next stage due to his ability to score at any moment during matches.

Perhaps Brentford's match schedule will facilitate Tony's task of scoring goals during the coming rounds, as his team plays against Sheffield, Luton, Everton, and Fulham, in order.

Tony comes in first place as Brentford's most dangerous striker, but the "Rotation" remains the biggest threat to the English striker in light of the presence of the duo Yoan Wesa and Brian Mbwemo.

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