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Football Players Who Will Play Their Last World Cup in 2022

FIFA world cup is conducted after every four years. Last competition was 2018 which was held in Moscow Russia where France becomes the champions after overwhelming Croatia in finals. The next competition will be in 2022 planned to be held in Qatar.

1. Sergio Ramos

Spanish defender is currently thirty six years playing for Paris Saint Germain, the defender has been playing for Spain for many years.

2. Ngolo Kante

Kante who has been the key midfielder in combination with Poul Pogba has showed his impressive results enabling bro win 2018 FIFA world cup.

Giorgio Chiellini

Italian captain in his thirty eight years becomes the key defender that aided Italy to overcome England in Euro 20 finals.

4. Sergio Aguero

Since 2019 the Argentina striker has been in poor form due to series of injuries that he faced that course him alot making even him to leave Man City for Barcelona.

5. Karim Benzema

Since Oliver Giruod left the blues Real Madrid striker has been starting for the past games with a great impact of scoring st least in a game.

6.Leonardo Bonucci

Bunucci combination with Chelin have brings great impact to the team evening winning the world cup.

7. Kevin De Bruyne

Manchester City world class midfielder career is almost coming to an end as he continues to shine everytime he played.

8. Edison Cavani

Cavani has spent much of his time in bench since he joins Manchester United, the striker is expected to take international duty for the last times in 2022.

9. Virgil Van dajik

Being one of the key defenders for Liverpool and Dutch captain his age might allow him to play upto 2025 thus missing 2026 world cup.

10. Antoine Griezmann

France winger is currently thirty one years old and have signed only three years contract with Atletico Madrid enabling him to play only Qatar FIFA world cup.

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