Raphael Guerreiro was part of a left side that caused chaos at UEFA EURO 2016 last year along with Cristiano Ronaldo. The 23-year-old full-back came away from the tournament with a winner’s medal and having also been chosen in the All-Star team. His move from French club Lorient to Borussia Dortmund had already been sealed before the tournament, and he immediately became a regular for the German outfit.

The only thing up for debate was his position. His technique made him an obvious choice for centre midfield, and he now switches between left-back, central midfield and left wing. Regardless of where he lines up, Guerreiro is always a goal threat. In France, his all-action style of play earned him the nickname 'the battery'. "I used to get called that already when I was a kid," he says. "I was always so full of energy out on the pitch."