Phil Foden is the one of the recongnise star in English football right now, and he has just lifted his first Premier League title with Manchester City.

Guardiola has been nurturing the youngster over recent years, and this season he has really come into his own and nailed down regular spots for his club and country.

He is now getting ready to play in his first Champions League final at 20-years of age, and he will be facing Chelsea once again, the team they have lost twice to in the last two matches.

And Foden will have to face a player he names as his toughest ever opponent [via Sky Sports] again, in the shape of Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante.

Foden said:

“He’s probably the most obvious one, but it’s Kante.

“He’s just everywhere. You think you’ve got away from him but he’s always just by your side.

“He does everything. He runs everywhere. He’s such a great player. I’d probably say he’s my toughest opponent I’ve played against.”

I’m pretty sure that Foden will be in mass company with holding that opinion, after all, Kante is an absolute beast and plays as if he is two players on the pitch, so it is no surprise to see him name the French World Cup winner.