Who says you exclusively need fancy NFT collectible and highly-ranked cards to perform well in FootballCoin contests? Here is a look at 11 free cards of great Champions League performers ahead of the Quarter-Finals of the competition.
Augustin Marchesin (FC Porto)
The veteran Argentinian goalkeeper put in one of the great performances of his career, last time around that Porto were involved in the Champions League. It took his bravery and safe hands to kick Juventus, one of the competition’s favorites out of the UCL. This time he will look to do the same against a shakey Chelsea attack. Besides all of this, he is free to use in FootballCoin.
Niklas Sule (Bayern Munchen)
Bayern’s dominance in the Bundesliga remains fairly unchallenged. Getting a spot in the first team for the previous Champions League winners is no easy feat though. Sule has played for most of the season, should start against PSG, and is a free card in FootballCoin to boot.
Andreas Christensen (Chelsea)
Yes, anyone who witnessed Chelsea’s display against West Brom Albion at the weekend, will have left wondering about Christensen’s ability. However, prior to this, the Londonners’ defense seemed waterproof. Tuchel has a soft spot for players trying to redeem themselves.
Presnel Kimpembe (Paris Saint-Germain)
Kimpembe is a free player in FootballCoin and he’s quite a catch. He’s been playing for one of the biggest clubs in world football, he’s won the World Cup with France, and he’s only 25-years-old. It goes without saying that he’s a safe bet for this fantasy football contest.
Chancel Mbemba (FC Porto)
Mbemba has been courting greatness for a while, we think. Sure, his three-year spell in the Premier League, playing for Newcastle, didn’t quite work out. Since then, however, the Congolese has announced himself as one of the most reliable defenders in Europe. How long can Porto hold on to him and how you could possibly not choose him?
Jude Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund)
Bellingham is one of the great hopes of English football. He’s also found the right place to nurture his talent. Dortmund is a team that consistently over the past decade has helped developed future world-class players.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea)
Thomas Tuchel has made it no secret that he has made Hudson-Odoi something of a personal project. With several absences, and a poor result last weekend to contend with, there’s a high likelihood that the Englishman will start on Wednesday evening.
Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea)
Ziyech may have arrived at Chelsea during one of the club’s biggest spending sprees, and he has had to wait his turn. Now, however, Thomas Tuchel is investing trust in the player and and he could make a big splash against Porto.
Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munchen)
Alphonso Davies is not just the fastest player in Bundesliga history and a terrific wing-back. According to our data provider, he is also a forward. That is at least if you judge him on the numerous attacking in which he gets involved. The Canadian is starting against PSG and you should consider him as well.
Diogo Jota (Liverpool)
With fewer injuries to contend with, Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, faces a novel issue. Will he be fielding a starting-11 featuring Salah, Mane, Firmino AND Jota. Either way, it looks unlikely that the former Wolves striker will go missing, making him a great bet for this week’s fantasy football contest.
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