Best Reds in Brazil?

Poll results
Spain: 43%
Netherlands: 19%
Belgium: 12%
England: 10%
Portugal: 6%
Mexico: 4%
France: 3%
Japan: 2%
Ecuador: 1%

12/06/2014 13:30, Report by Mark Froggatt

Poll result: Spain reign

Manchester United fans around the world believe Juan Mata and David De Gea will enjoy a more successful World Cup than any of their Reds team-mates, according to the results of our poll.

All this week, we have been asking which of our 14 players on international duty will progress furthest at Brazil 2014. We have also fuelled the debate by blogging on the individual chances of Belgium, England, France, Japan, Spain and the Netherlands.

The response from visitors to was fantastic and we are pleased to announce Spain as the winners with 43 per cent of over 7,000 votes cast. While it is not too much of a surprise to see the reigning world champions crowned victorious, the other results make for interesting reading.

The Netherlands, managed by incoming United boss Louis van Gaal and captained by Robin van Persie, finished second in the poll, while widely tipped dark horses Belgium, who have Reds midfielders Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini among their ranks, finished in third place.

Thank you for voting and make sure to revisit us throughout the tournament for all the latest news and views involving United’s World Cup contingent. 

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