Spurs defender Kyle Walker could come crashing down to earth following his nitrogen oxide rush when he comes up against these two tricky Ukraine wingers.
England fans will remember Konoplyanka as the man who silenced Wembley with this wonder goal (below) to give Ukraine the lead in September 2012. A constant menace going forward, the Dnipro winger outshone all of England's forward players on a night when Roy Hodgson was lucky to escape with a draw. Konoplyanka enjoys an impressive habit of scoring when faced with quality opposition, adding goals against Germany and Uruguay to the one he curled in delightfully at Wembley. The 23 year-old impressed Dnipro manager Juande Ramos so much the ex-Spurs boss recently placed a €60 million price tag on his head.
The 23 year-old left footed winger has an impressive goal tally for club and country, bagging 11 goals in 27 appearances at Dynamo Kyiv last term and boasting 11 in 33 outings for his country. The last two of those arrived in Ukraine's World Cup qualifying double header against Poland and Moldova in March, helping to secure crucial victories which have left Ukraine just one point behind England heading in this week's showdown. In 2012, he was voted Ukraine's best player by Komanda newspaper, an award decided by the votes of Premier League footballers and coaches in Ukraine. The boy loves a step-over, too, as you'll notice from his highlights reel, below.