Best Young Player of the Tournament, World Cup 2010
Best Young Player of the Tournament, World Cup 2010.Germany may fail to be champions, but they have given birth to a young potential star players of the future. Thomas Mueller most favored to become the best young players in 2010 World Cup. 20-year-old player entered the list of nominated for Best Young Player of the Tournament, with Giovani dos Santos (Mexico) and Andre Ayew (Ghana). Although not yet decided who the winner, but is estimated to fall on Mueller's award because of his appearance is considered more prominent than the two rival. The assessment for this category is determined by the FIFA technical study group research Study Group (TSG), which consists of several experienced coaches and observers from various confederations. The criteria include the skills, fair play, tactical maturity, creativity and an attractive game. Mueller became the World Cup stars because it is new melakoni international the first time in March. In South Africa he instantly became the main starter Der Panzer, and of the five matches he scored four goals plus three assists. When Mueller was elected as the Best Young Player, so he followed so he followed his senior, Lukas Podolski, who was awarded a similar title at the World Cup in 2006. Another player who never received this award is Landon Donovan (2002) and Michael Owen (1998).