David Villa has chosen Harry Kane as the best striker in Europe after he selected the England captain in his best XI made up of players who will feature at Euro 2020.
Trent Alexander-Arnold also got the nod as the best right-back at the tournament by the former Barcelona man, who won the competition in 2008 as a player. Villa combined a mix of youth and experience in his selections, who were lined up in 4-3-3 formation.
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In goal, Villa selected Germany and Barcelona keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who caused controversy in September when he bemoaned his lack of playing time for his country.
There's notably no place for the likes of Kevin de Bruyne and Toni Kroos, with the former Barcelona man possibly revealing his bias by selecting the precocious de Jong.
Villa's front three sees Robert Lewandowski overlooked, with Kane stealing the number nine shirt, despite the Polish international scoring a ridiculous 27 goals in just 22 games this season for Bayern Munich.
Either side of the Tottenham striker is France's Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo, whose Portugal side are the current holders of the competition having beat Les Bleus in the 2016 final.