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The World Cup doesn’t only allow the best players to showcase their talents, but also offers the more unknown entities to claim some of the limelight – youngsters or the proverbial ‘late-bloomers’. One player who has impressed many is Belgium’s Divock Origi. But what’s all the hype about?
Origi is a 19-year old striker, standing at 1.85m tall. He began his career at Genk, before moving to Lille as a teenager. He only made his competitive debut as recently as 2 February 2013, which puts his achievements thus far into context; the kid has some talent.

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Serie A, often stereotyped as a defence-only competition, saw an influx of world class strikers this season. The likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Carlos Tevez and Mario Gomez joined the talents of Antonio di Natale, Rodrigo Palacio and Mario Balotelli as the goal-scoring stars of Serie A in 2013-14. Yet despite this noteworthy competition, it was the inconspicuous Ciro Immobile that has risen to the top of the pile, as he looks set to claim this season’s Capocannoniere with 22 goals.

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Thank you to everyone who came along to the event at Meltdown! Check out pictures and videos from the evening here soon and spot yourself, or think about why you didn't go! 

The Prizes Were:

•1st Place - CASH MONEY!!!

•2nd Place - A Mini World Cup football, signed by Arsenal and England legend Ian Wright.

•3rd Place - £25 Sports Direct Voucher.

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