The best football boots of the week – Episode 45

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Every week, our eyes roam the fields around the world in search of the most beautiful pairs of football boots. It’s Monday and it’s time to bring you our best finds.

Anton Nedyalkov (Ludogorets)

Nike Magista Obra 2

Here is a pair that we are always happy to see on the courts. The Nike Magista Obra was present in the feet of Ludogorets player Anton Nedyalkov during the Europa League game against Tottenham. This is the low version of the Magista 2 from the Euro 2016 Spark Brilliance pack.

Claudiu Keșerü

Nike Magista Obra DF

Better twice than one. During the same match, the well-known Romanian striker of our Ligue 1, Claudiu Keșerü also appeared with a pair of Nike Magista Obra, but a first generation Magista this time.

Daniel Chesters (West Ham U23)

adidas X 15.1

The West Ham U23 team won 2-0 against Manchester United U23 this weekend. In addition to the three points, the Hammers walked away with the prize for the best shoe of the game thanks to their striker Daniel Chesters and his adidas X 15.1. Super Light.

Joseph Lopy (Sochaux)

Nike Mercurial Superfly IV

Let’s take a trip to Ligue 2 where we spotted the shoes of Sochaux player Joseph Lopy during his 4-0 victory against Le Havre. The defensive midfielder showed off with a pair of 2016 Nike Mercurial Superfly IVs.

Serge Aurier (Tottenham)

Nike Mercurial Vapor V

A new appearance for former Parisian Serge Aurier in our weekly article on the shoes of the week. The Ivorian is a player to watch closely for his penchant for vintage shoes. This week, he wore a Nike Mercurial Vapor V from the 2009/2010 season.

Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)

adidas Copa 20.1

Sergio Ramos continues to make us lose our minds. After his signature Tiempo in 2017 and a New Balance Tekela, the Real Madrid defender appeared this week with the adidas Copa 20.1 Precision to Blur. Real #BootsMercato or strategy to extend at Nike? Case to be continued.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)

adidas X Ghosted .1

Much like Sergio Ramos, Dominic Calvert-Lewin had been spotted with a masked model appearing to be a New Balance model recently. And like Sergio Ramos, the player who was under contract with Nike showed up last week with adidas crampons. Sponsorship is moving a lot at the moment.

Raheem Sterling (Man City)

Nike Phantom Venom

Never two without three. After Ramos and Calvert-Lewin, Sterling is the third player seen in New Balance recently to switch & for another brand last week. In his case, he put on the Nike Phantom Venom he wore when he was still under contract with Nike. One of the most exciting #BootsMercato files around.

Nemanja Matic (Man Utd)

Puma Future 6.1

We first thought of a masked shoe, but Matic joined Puma recently and zooming in on his pair, we noticed that it was more of a custom with his personal logo.

Landry N’Gala (ACCS Futsal)

Nike Lunar Gato II

Custom shoes are coming to futsal. The French international and ACCS Futsal player is the first player we see with a shoe of this type on a futsal pitch. This is a Nike Lunar Gato II customized in the colors of Dragon Ball Z.

Inigo Martinez (Athletic Club)

adidas Predator Adipower

We close this 45th episode of the shoes of the week with a nine-year-back voucher offered by Inigo Martinez who played the match against Getafe with this adidas Predator Adipower from 2011.

Crédits photos : Nedyalkov (Twitter – @iF2is) – Keșerü (Instagram – @claudiukeseru) – Aurier (Twitter – @iF2is) – Calvert-Lewin (Instagram – @everton) – Sterling (Instagram – @sterling7) – Lopy (Instagram – @fcsm_officiel) – Matic (Twitter @D_DeGea) – N’gala (Instagram – @ln11_futsal) – Martinez (Instagram – @inigomartinez)

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