2 Turks among 60 best young footballers in 2019
Two Turkish young stars are among world's 60 best young footballers for the current year, according to British daily The Guardian.
The 2019 list features young footballers who were born in 2002.
The 17-year-old Mustafa Kapı "currently holds the record as the youngest player ever to play for Galatasaray's first team and has already been capped numerous times for Turkey at youth level," The Guardian said.
Muhammed Emin Sarıkaya "will be hoping to follow in Cengiz Ünder's footsteps by making a move from Başakşehir to a top club in Europe (Cengiz Ünder went to Roma in 2017)," it said.
"Sarıkaya has already been capped 22 times for the Turkey Under-17 side and is expected to see first-team action for Başakşehir this campaign," it said.
Barcelona's Ansu Fati is also in the list.
There are also five Asian players in the list -- including Luqman Hakim Shamsuddin (Malaysia), Jun Nishikawa (Japan), Noah Botic (Australia), Khasanov Mukhriddin (Tajikistan), Suphanat Mueanta (Thailand) and Jasurbek Jaloliddinov (Uzbekistan).