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The towering Belgian centre-back is always pumped for the big games and is never afraid to be cynical when he needs to be. Last season for Man City he picked up seven bookings – five of these coming against teams finishing in the top half of the Premier League – including one in the EFL Cup final.
After being brought into the starting XI in the quarter-final against Brazil, Fellaini is likely to keep his place as he was a constant nuisance to the Selecao midfield. His main job is to break up play and his remit will be to stop his Man Utd teammate Pogba from finding space. He picked up three bookings in six games in qualifying.
It may be the added pressure he feels, but Pogba has shown himself to be a real hot head for his country. He was one booking away from being suspended for the semi-final and Deschamps and a few team mates had to have a word with him when the Uruguayans were getting heated. Not to mention he was booked in 4 of 7 games in qualifying.