France superstar Antoine Griezmann was recently asked to compile his five-a-side dream team, and it features a Manchester United legend and no goalkeeper.
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The Atletico Madrid talisman sat down with Oh My Goal to put together a five-man team, and his selection ended up comprising club and country teammates of his, as well as an Old Trafford legend.
The first two names Griezmann picked were 2018 FIFA World Cup-winning duo N'Golo Kante and Ousmane Dembele.
"I'd go with Ousmane Dembele and I would say NG, N'Golo Kante, because you never lose when he's on your team," he told Oh My Goal.
Indicative of his attacking outlook as an individual, the 27-year-old opted against having a goalkeeper in his side and picked Atletico defender Diego Godin as his only defensive player.
"I would take Godin because he always finds a way to cheat and win!" Griezmann added.
With Griezmann opting to select himself in his team, the final player he chose might come as a bit of a surprise to some, with the other spot being taken by six-time Premier League champion David Beckham, who enjoyed an illustrious career playing for the likes of United, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and LA Galaxy.
"I've picked three, right? With me, that's four," he continued.
"And the last person, David Beckham. No goalkeeper. An open goal!"
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