Qatar World Cup kick off officially on Sunday when the hosting nation Qatar met Ecuador. The match did go as many had expected as the visitors went on and won the match 2-0.
Before that match, Shearer identified Ecuador and Brighton Hove midfielder Moises Caicedo as one of the standout players to watch during the world Cup.
Caicedo went on and played an integral role in the Ecuador win over Qatar. Caicedo moved to Brighton Hove two season ago but had to wait until towards the end of last season to make his debut under his former manager Graham Potter.
Caicedo was linked with a move to Manchester United during the reign of the former manager Ole before he moved to Brighton Hove for £4m.This was after the club legend Antonio Valencia advised the club to move for the midfielder.
His performance at Brighton has caught the eyes of various club in England such as Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea. It won't be too long before the midfielder make sure move to one of the big clubs in Europe if he continue with his staller performance.
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