You fail, however, to mention England's Jude Bellingham, midfielder, who also plays for Borussia Dortmund. This guy is utter class. He's one of the best - if not THE best - midfielder in the world right now and he's only 19, which is scary for England's opponents. And when he was interviewed after England's 3-0 win against Senegal on Sunday night he sounded like a really lovely guy and sounded like he was far older than he is and spoke with such clarity and intelligence.
If he doesn't win the World Cup this month then he stands a decent chance of being a future World Cup winner.
France will have to be on their guard against him in the Quarter Final on Saturday night. He'll pose a big threat to the World Champions. They'll be wary of him.
I was telling my Polish boss in work tonight how I used to have the whole of the 1966 World Cup Final on DVD, the match in which England beat West Germany 4-2.
He then started poking fun at me, basically saying England are rubbish, so I reminded him that Poland are already out of this World Cup and have never won it.
So in the unlikely event he's reading this, here are the highlights of the 1966 World Cup Final, that glorious sunny day on 30th July 1966 on which England won the World Cup. After finishing 2-2 in the 90 minutes, the match went to 30 minutes of extra time. After taking a 3-2 lead in extra time jubilant England fans ran onto the pitch - just as England scored their fourth goal (leading to a bit of commentary by commentator Kenneth Wolstenhome which has gone down in English history: "They think it's all over... it is now!"). Captain Bobby Moore, who died in 1993, was handed the World Cup by Queen Elizabeth II.