Manchester United shot-stopper David De Gea and Marc-Andre Ter Stegen will star in an intense battle at the Esprit Arena in Dusseldorf, the two goalkeepers will be competing to prove who is the best man between the stick going into the World Cup.
The greatest sporting event of the year is practically around the corner and most national teams have just started their preparations with a host of international friendlies set to be played over the coming days.
Brazil, Germany, Argentina and a couple of others will go in as the top choice to lift the prestigious World Cup trophy and will want to inspire in the warm-up matches heading into the Mundial.
A crunchy tie will be between the defending champions, Germany, and Spain’, today and one of the key duels will be in the goalkeeping position.
Barcelona goalkeeper Ter Stegen and De Gea will both want to prove that they are the best on the planet so will be keen to secure a win at the Esprit Arena.
The German, who is unchallenged given Germany’s number 1 Manuel Neuer’s injury this season, has been impressive in a Barcelona team going undefeated in both Champions League and in LaLiga.
With respect to De Gea, in spite of the fact that Manchester United’s season has been to a great extent frustrating, he has been their one sparkling light, saving nearly everything that has been fired his direction.
The clash for the best goalkeeper will be firmly challenged and no doubt will be a huge confidence boost for whoever wins the clash on this evening going into the forthcoming World Cup in Russia.
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