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So far, the story of Owen's dramatic rise has been one of sheer nervelessness.
What makes Messi stand apart, for many, is his sheer nervelessness, his courage on the ball, his willingness to put his frail-looking body on the line time and time again.
And once the excellent Frank Lampard showed the same nervelessness from the spot he did under McClaren on that horrible Wembley night in November 2007 as England flopped again, Capello was able to look forward with real conviction.
MICHAEL OWEN: Had announced himself on the planet with his wonder goal against Argentina in the 1998 World Cup but it was under Eriksson that he began to flourish as an international predator, making a reputation that stuck with the dead-eyed nervelessness he displayed in front of goal.
What was even more magnetic was the sheer nervelessness of a man who scored 17 out of 19 penalties, the talismanic properties that meant United lost just 11 per cent of the 184 games he played for the club.
Yet the sheer effrontery and nervelessness of the pounds 30million Manchester United striker is reason enough for Old Trafford expectation levels to go through the roof, with the test of Mark Hughes' Welsh side dismissed by the vast majority who will be coming to pay homage to the boy wonder.
Before the defender could move, Defoe had twisted and gone, the goal in front of him and there was a clinical nervelessness as, right-footed, low and unstoppable, he found the back of the net.