Our quest to find the worst footballer in the world deemed ‘world class’ goes on as the voting for the heats has whittled our prospective field down to just eight remaining footballers. Having mixed them up for the semi finals, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty and find our which two will make it into Sunday’s final.
Here is how semi final two shapes up:
Samir Handanovic (Inter/Slovenia)
Perhaps a shock entrant into the semis, Handanovic (26%) squeezed out Cesc Fabregas (24%) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (17%) to get out of heat one. Will he sneak his way into the final?
Blaise Matuidi (Juventus/France)
Heat two’s winner with a third of the vote, he beat out Lemar (29%), Thiago Silva (25%) and Isco (13%) to reach the semi finals. Will the Juve man win this semi final and get into the final?
Alvaro Morata (Chelsea/Spain)
Heat four’s runaway leader got 46% of the votes which was more than half than his next closest competitors, Kompany and Carvajal on 20% with Mertens on 14%. Can Morata rack up a huge share of the vote this time?
Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona/France)
The runner up in heat three with a mere 17% of the vote, Umtiti could feel hard done by here with David Luiz eating up 60% of the vote himself. Beating out Eriksen (13%) and Nainggolan (10%), will Umtiti sneak into the final?
As always you have a day to cast your votes in the Twitter poll below. Remember that you are voting for the player you think is the worst here with the top two heading into Sunday’s final.
The second semi final as we look for the worst world class footballer today.
Cast your votes now!
— ByFarTheGreatestTeam (@ByFarBlog) January 27, 2018