Top 5 Best Football Boots Of 2019

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Lukaku (Manchester United) PUMA ONE 19.1 “MVP Pack”
Today, a focus of the fifth round of the FA Cup this season was staged at Stamford Bridge. In the end, Manchester United 2-0 defeated Chelsea to advance to the quarterfinals. In this game, the "Red Devil" striker Lukaku, who is the PUMA spokesperson, put on the new PUMA ONE 19.1 "MVP Pack" football shoes that was just released last week.

Sene (Manchester City) Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Elite iD “Mercurial Heritage”
Another round of the FA Cup was held between Manchester City and the British team Newport County. The final "Blue Moon" won 4 to 1 and made it to the next round. In this game, the team helped the team break the deadlock and sent an assist to Sanne to put on a pair of Mercurial Vapor 12 Elite iD "Mercurial Heritage" football shoes launched by Nike last April.

Ashley Cole (Derby County) Nike Tiempo Legend 7 Elite “Game Over”
Veteran Ashley Cole finally scored his first goal in the FA Cup after joining Derby County, proving that his sword is not old and can still be a battle. In this game, Ashley Cole got a foot on Nike's new "Game Over" football shoes set in the Tiempo Legend 7 Elite football shoes, classic look with kangaroo leather upper, this is the veteran's favorite.

Bailey White (Bristol City) Nike Premier 2.0
Although it has been recognized as a "coaching shoe" by the players since its launch, there are still many professional players who choose to have a retro-looking Nike Premier series boots. For example, the Bristol City player Bailey White, who appeared in the FA Cup, the former Australian international chose Nike to release the new white/red color Premier 2.0 football shoes with SG Anti-Clog outsole. .

Gleizman (Atletico Madrid) PUMA FUTURE 19.1 NETFIT “MVP Pack”
In addition to the previously mentioned Lukaku, Gleizman, one of the PUMA spokespersons, also played in the La Liga last weekend with PUMA FUTURE 19.1 NETFIT "MVP" linked to the 2019 Charlotte NBA All-Star Game. Pack" football shoes, and also used the goal to help the team win away. It is worth noting that the sneakers on the plaid feet not only added two gold stars that symbolize the World Cup, but he also chose to wear no shoelaces.

Kevin-Prince Boateng (Barcelona) PUMA FUTURE 19.1 NETFIT
The winter window transfer to Barcelona's Ghanaian star Kevin Springs Boateng debuted in this round of La Liga away match with Valladolid. We found that he had a pair of all-black PUMA FUTURE 19.1 NETFIT football shoes. I know that he was wearing the Nike Mercurial series boots when he joined Barcelona. Is PUMA ready to sign him?

Isco (Real Madrid) adidas Nemeziz 18.1 “Archetic Pack”
Like Kevin-Prince Boateng, Real Madrid star Isco also replaced the Nike boots he had been wearing with other brands of black shoes last weekend. At the Real Madrid training ground, the midfielder got a foot on the Nemeziz 18.1 football shoes in the "Archetic Pack" suit released by Adidas at the beginning of the year. It seems that he is really ready to leave Nike?

Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid) Nike Phantom VSN Elite DF “Always Forward”
In preparation for the match with Girona's La Liga, in addition to Iso, who replaced the Adidas boots, Sergio Ramos also quietly changed shoes. The defender was replaced by a Nike Phantom VSN Elite DF "Always Forward" football shoe with a blue and silver look. For "Shui Ye", is it that the "legendary" boots are tired of wearing, so change the double "dark" to taste the fresh?

Nicholas Pepe (Lille) New Balance Furon V5 Pro
The Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe, who played for France's Lille, has attracted the attention of many European giants with his amazing performance this season. In the 25th round of the Ligue 1 match with Montpellier last weekend, the player who has been on the Nike and PUMA boots this season has put on a pair of New Balance with no brand logo and full black color. Furon V5 Pro football shoes.

Cristiano da Silva (Bai Sun God) Nike Mercurial GS360 iD
Last season's AFC Champions League, but unfortunately from the J1 League downgraded Cypress Sun God last weekend a warm-up match. Wearing the captain's armband, Cypress Sun God's foreign aid Cristiano da Silva helped the team to tie the game at the end of the game. He had a pair of white/black/gold color Nike Mercurial GS360 iD football shoes, so unique color matching. It will definitely make people forget.

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