Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) 10 7.


” Joe Root has signed a contract extension with Yorkshire which will keep him there until 2022. The England Test captain, who was born in Sheffield and made his Yorkshire debut in 2009, says he has no intention of leaving and is intent on remaining an integral part of the club’s development. ?? Pen to paper! [email protected] signs for White Rose until 2022.#YourYorkshire — Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) December 7, 2018 /**/ /**/ Root told Yorkshire’s official website: “I love playing for Yorkshire.

It’s my county. It’s where I’ve grown up and what I know. “It’s the White Rose and what it’s about. For me, I don’t really see myself playing anywhere else. “I’m passionate about us as a county being successful.

If I’ve got any opportunity to try and add to that and be a part of something, that’s really exciting for me. “I’m looking forward to this new adventure for the club – new ground, young side, it should be a really exciting time.” 1 Root was made England’s Test captain in February 2017 Root first came onto Yorkshire’s radar as a 12-year-old and progressed through the ranks, scoring 66 on his Championship debut against Worcestershire at New Road in 2011. The 27-year-old was made England’s Test captain in February 2017 and is currently fourth in the ICC’s Test Batsman rankings.

Yorkshire’s Director of Cricket Martyn Moxon said: “Everybody at the club is delighted that Joe has agreed to extend until the end of 2022 and we’re pleased to have signed him up for that length of time.1xbet accumulator “Clearly, at the moment he’s not playing a great deal for us, but I think it’s great that we’ve got Joe’s affiliation with us and when he does play he has a massive impact coming back into the dressing room. “The influence he has on our players is huge and the younger players aspire to reach the levels that Joe has achieved – we’ve got that role model within the club.”   ” ” Most people are gearing up to name their Player of the Season in Europe’s top leagues as campaigns come to a close. Some stars have been sensational all year, leading their respective teams up their divisions.

But other players often take time to spring into life with many improving massively since the beginning of 2018. The CIES Football observatory are always monitoring player performance and have announced who they believe have been the top stars in each position since Boxing Day. Click the right arrow above to find out who, according to their findings, have been the best forwards… *To find out the methodology behind how the CIES Football Observatory have rated these players, click here.

10 10. Josip Ilicic (Atalanta) – Click the right arrow above to find out who the CIES Football Observatory believes has been the best forward since Boxing Day… 10 9. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) 10 8. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) 10 7. Dries Mertens (Napoli) 10 6. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) 10 5. Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) 10 4. Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid) 10 3. Harry Kane (Tottenham) 10 2. Gonzalo Higuain (Juventus) 10 1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) “