Five First-Round Surprising Stars...

You would have expected Thomas Muller and Neymar to have impressive stats, but Joel Campbell? Marouane Fellaini? WhoScored look at the surprise packages...

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jericho (Leeds United) says...

Surely its "First game surprising stars" and while you are at it............, I go for Chiellini at left full...........cracking challenge on Sturridge

Posted 2:19pm 19th June 2014

iai (Middlesbrough) says...

Kyle Beckerman has been my surprise of the tournament so far. He was immense in the Ghana game, caught my eye more than Cameron (though Cameron also looked very good).

Posted 10:45am 19th June 2014

il_birbone says...

Tbh, I've come to the conclusion 'WhoScored' ratings are a crock after they gave Messi a 9.2 rating for the Bosnia game in which notwithstanding a sublime goal he was unquestionably average.

Posted 10:13am 19th June 2014

bicks says...

"Candreva may lack in technical ability..." - wow

Posted 8:52am 19th June 2014

magico gonzalez says...

What about the Italian rightback Darmian? Who had ever seen anything of him

Posted 10:31pm 18th June 2014

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