Who are the most prominent stars of the teams participating in the World Cup in Qatar?

London – Al-Quds Al-Arabi: With the countdown to the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar accelerating, the press is increasingly talking about the 32 teams that have booked a place in the best football scenes. And looking at the lists of teams, the names of many stars come to mind. Each player’s personality may differ, but he must have wisdom and intelligence in difficult situations to be able to carry the concerns of his team and burden his teammates with determination and determination to achieve the desired goal.

Brazil has traditionally been a star factory. Despite the threat of Vinicius Junior to take the position of Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar, the latter is still the best player in his country, but he urgently needs to maintain his physical fitness, which he has not been able to do recently not. In Portugal, there is no dispute that the country is full of warriors and veterans. But none of them are more important than Cristiano Ronaldo. His extensive record speaks for itself. In Uruguay, despite the arrival of new Liverpool star Darwin Nunez, Luis Suarez’s experience on the scoresheet and on the big stage will give him the usual advantage in his final World Cup with his country. In South Korea, the South Korean players cannot be compared to the Spurs star Son Heung-min. As well as being very polite, ethical and professional, the Spurs man is a true world class striker as he has proven time and time again in recent seasons.
In Croatia, the immortal Luka Modric shows no signs of fatigue, but this will certainly be his last tournament. Modric led his teammates to the 2018 World Cup finals and was awarded the Ballon d’Or for his efforts. In Belgium: Kevin De Bruyne’s selection will not be surprising. The Manchester City star has been regarded as the best midfielder in the world during the latter years of the past decade. And leading Argentina, Lionel Messi, at the end of his legendary career. No two people agree that he is the most important player in his country’s squad, which is aiming to be the year he adds the three star to his logo. We can’t estimate how long former Real Madrid star Gareth Bale will continue to play after this World Cup, but he is definitely Wales’ lucky charm. If the Dragons can excel in their group, the golf fan needs to be more decisive. Inner Valencia, a former West Ham player, continues to push in the race for the title of best player in Ecuador, but Moises Caicedo may be more important for the Latin side, who returned to compete at the World Cup for the first time taking part after 2002. The Brighton fighting midfielder played more than 20 international matches before his twenty-first birthday.
Sadio Mane hopes to lead Senegal to the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in World Cup history. If anyone can get there, it’s the former Liverpool star. In the Netherlands, defensive linemen are not usually known for their ability to change the rules and the flow of the game, but Virgil van Dijk is no ordinary centre-back. No one in world football comes close to Van Dijk, who will be interesting to see, having missed his country’s last three continental tournaments.
In England, Harry Kane won the Golden Boot at the last World Cup. Where he aims to do the same in the World Cup in Qatar. But question marks still hover over Gareth Southgate’s options before he enters the tournament, particularly in the forward line. In Mexico, Hirving Lozano, despite the fans’ love for the famous goalkeeper Ochoa, who at the age of 36 was and still is doing wonders, is the brightest star and Mexico’s only hope in the tournament. The Napoli striker is a capable ball carrier but sometimes lacks the finishing touch.
Few Polish players have left such a legacy as Robert Lewandowski. And perhaps the only thing missing from his career is leading Poland to a continental championship. It is an option on the table at the end of 2022. In France today, Kylian Mbappe, the nemesis of Florentino Perez and Meringue fans, is the only and most prominent, but he is the darling of the first roosters. Despite the disappointing European Championship 2020, Mbappe is taking it upon himself to take his country to the farthest point in the tournament. For Australia, substitute goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne’s dance after saving a World Cup qualifying penalty may have stolen the spotlight in the crucial World Cup qualifier against Peru. But Matthew Ryan remains Australia’s number one goalkeeper. He has the most experience on the big football stages among his teammates. And with Denmark, Christian Eriksen has shown remarkable determination to return to his best health after suffering a heart attack at Euro 2020. He was excellent for Brentford in the second half of last season.
About Spain, some may say it is too early to consider Pedri the best player in his country. But the charming teenager plays with the maturity of a 30-year-old. For Costa Rica, famous goalkeeper Keylor Navas is likely to play the last World Cup as he hopes to make his country proud at the end of this year. The current Paris Saint-Germain star will be put to the test when he faces Spain and Germany in the group stage. With Germany there is no prominent player in the German national team group, they are strong in all positions. However, Bavarian star Joshua Kimmich has the ability to make the difference in the World Cup through his ability to control the rhythm of the game.
And in the Arab world, and at the end of it, he caught the Qatari national team, which had not previously participated in the World Cup, with the hosts. And Akram Afifi, the tricky winger and former Villarreal player, will need to show his abilities if he is to take his country to the advanced stages of the tournament. And with Morocco, despite Hakim Ziyech being called up for his country, the best player in Morocco is still Paris Saint-Germain star Achraf Hakimi. Since his start with Real Madrid, he has shown his golden metal and his creative quality on the pitch, and he has continued his gift with Inter and now with Paris Saint-Germain.
Speaking of the Arab teams in the World Cup, we cannot overlook the potential of Salem Al-Dosari, who is one of the most important players in the Saudi team, who previously reached European stadiums with his club Villarreal. In Tunisia, with his brilliance and the appearance of his name on the English scene through the gate of Manchester United, Wahbi Khazri may soon have to hand over his crown to Hannibal Al-Majbri, but for now, Khazri remains Tunisia’s attacking talisman. The striker spent most of his career in France.

Leave a Comment