Greece Football World Cup: Greece Performance Shows Why Tsimikas Should Start Over Andy Robertson

Tsimikas is a Greek certified footballer who plays as a left-back for Premier League club Liverpool and the Greece Football World Cup team. Kostas Tsimikas has been outstanding in Liverpool colors so far this season, but his performance in his international team has wedged the attention of Reds supporters.

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The Greece Football World Cup side drew 1-1 with Kosovo, but exclusively the left-back put in an impressive man-of-the-match display. Giorgos Masouras opened the scoring for Greece before Amir Rahmani poised in the 76th minute.

He set up Masouras’ goal and put up some very good figures. The Greek Scouser completed 82 touches, had 83% pass accuracy, seven key passes and seven chances shaped, and five recoveries showing his skills both offensively and defensively.

Discussions have been having recently about the choice between Tsimikas and Andy Robertson, with the Scot widely regarded as being the best in the world before this campaign. His form has been inconsistent, with the cleanness of Tsimikas creating a new challenge.

As seen in the defender’s performance for the Greece Football World Cup side, he’s in red hot form and should start against Arsenal this coming Saturday. Tsimikas has been excellent after a difficult start on Merseyside and will continue to get better if given playing time.

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Tsimikas sustained his good club form on the international stage across the past week too, putting in two strong performances for the Greece Football World Cup team in matches against Spain and Kosovo. To know more about FIFA World Cup Tickets click here.

Across both clashes, he won 64% of his apologetic duels and made 14 seizures. Whilst going forward he registered six progressive runs and five passes that led directly to a shot on goal.

Klopp’s errand might still side in the camp of Robertson given the reliable level he has functioned at across these past years at Anfield. However, the gap between him and Tsimikas has never been smaller since the Greece Football World Cup star arrived at the club.

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