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Team left-footed vs Team right-footed: Who will win?

In this section, we try to build two entire lineups comprised of players who like to use their left foot and players who prefer to use their right. Check out the video below:

Left-footed XI

In this group, we'll start Thibaut Courtois as the goalie since he's one of the few great goalkeepers who relies on his left foot.

The three guys in the rear should be David Alaba, Aymeric Laporte, and Andrew Robertson.

Bernardo Silva should form a midfield combination with his former Manchester City colleague David Silva, with Bale and Angel Di Maria occupying the wings.

Lionel Messi, the world's finest left-footed player, should play as an offensive midfielder, with Mo Salah and Antoine Griezmann playing forward.

Right-footed XI

Marc Andre Ter Stegen will be the goalkeeper for the side of right-footed players.

Van Dijk and Sergio Ramos should play in the center of defense, with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Cesar Azpilicueta at fullback.

In the middle, Neymar may play as an offensive midfielder, with Kevin De Bruyne and Casemiro filling the other two spots.

Robert Lewandowski should start up front, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappe operating from the sides.

Below is an example of the XI:

Though both rosters seem to be highly powerful on paper, Dozz believes that if these two teams meet, team left-footed would come out on top.

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