Sorare: Global Cup Position Leaders Heading Into Quarterfinals

We’re down to the final eight teams of the world’s biggest sporting event, and the last few Matchdays of Sorare: Global Cup ’22.

Though another wave of talent left the Global Cup player pool following the Round of 16 (e.g. Jordi Alba, Christian Pulisic, etc), a bounty of world-class players remain heading into the Quarterfinals and Matchday 5. (Remember: You can add four extra players to your squad before lineups lock Friday at 3pm CET / 9am ET.)

Which players still in the tournament should be on your radar? Here’s a look at Global Cup leaders at each position through Matchday 4 in terms of points per match (players have competed in all four matches, unless otherwise denoted):

Goalkeepers (eight starters remaining)

  1. Andries Noppert (Netherlands): 63 ppm
  2. Jordan Pickford (England): 59 ppm
  3. Alisson (Brazil): 59 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  4. Dominik Livakovic (Croatia): 57 ppm
  5. Emiliano Martínez (Argentina): 48 ppm
  6. Diogo Costa (Portugal): 47 ppm
  7. Yassine Bounou (Morocco): 41 ppm
  8. Hugo Lloris (France): 34 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)

Defenders

  1. Theo Hernandez (France): 82 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  2. Harry Maguire (England): 73 ppm
  3. Achraf Hakimi (Morocco): 73 ppm
  4. Nicolas Otamendi (Argentina): 68 ppm
  5. Daley Blind (Netherlands): 67 ppm
  6. Dejan Lovren (Croatia): 64 ppm
  7. Marquinhos (Brazil): 62 ppm
  8. Josko Gvardiol (Croatia): 61 ppm
  9. Luke Shaw (England): 61 ppm
  10. Romain Saiss (Morocco): 61 ppm
Frenkie de Jong of the Netherlands ranks third among Global Cup midfielders heading into Matchday 5.

Midfielders

  1. Bruno Fernandes (Portugal): 89 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  2. Jude Bellingham (England): 74 ppm
  3. Frenkie de Jong (Netherlands): 69 ppm
  4. Mateo Kovacic (Croatia): 61 ppm
  5. Adrien Rabiot (France): 60 ppm
  6. Enzo Fernandez (Argentina): 59 ppm
  7. Davy Klaassen (Netherlands): 59 ppm
  8. Aurelien Tchouameni (France): 59 ppm
  9. Luka Modric (Croatia): 57 ppm
  10. Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco): 56 ppm

Forwards

  1. Lionel Messi (Argentina): 79 ppm
  2. Kylian Mbappe (France): 75 ppm
  3. Cody Gakpo (Netherlands): 73 ppm
  4. Antoine Griezmann (France): 67 ppm
  5. Vinícius Júnior (Brazil): 65 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  6. Richarlison (Brazil): 64 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  7. Harry Kane (England): 64 ppm
  8. João Félix (Portugal): 64 ppm — Represents average in the three matches he’s played (one DNP)
  9. Ousmane Dembele (France): 59 ppm
  10. Marcus Rashford (England): 50 ppm

Looking for more tips to set your Matchday 5 lineup? Football scouting expert Fabrizio Romano highlighted his Sorare player targets here.


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