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FIFA WORLD CUP 2022: Players missing the tournament

The much awaited FIFA World Cup 2022 is all set to begin in Qatar on November 20, which is eagerly awaited by football fans. This is the first edition to start in winter. The World Cup is usually held in the summer season. But this is the first time that this mega tournament is being held in winter.

FIFA WORLD CUP 2022: Players missing the tournament
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The players along with the coaches and all the support staff are busy in their practice for this mega tournament. In this case some players are missing this tournament due to injuries.
Let’s take a look at what these players will miss in 2022.

Argentina:As five players from Argentina are affected by injuries, there are high chances of them missing this tournament, including Paulo Dybala, defender Juan Foyth, Stricker Angel DC Maria, Palacio us, Goal keeper Juan Mussao.

Australia: Defender Kye Rowles will miss the tournament due to injury
Brazil Made Fielder: Midfielder Arthur Melo is out of the tournament due to treatment
Belgium: Midfielder Alexis Saelemaekers has been ruled out of the mega tournament due to a knee injury.

Denmark: Defender Andreas Christensen is suffering from a calf injury. The possibility of playing in the tournament is not yet clear.

ENGLAND: Midfielder Kalvin Phillips was injured in a friendly match in Barcelona. He is not available until 2023. Midfielder Emile Smith Rowe is out of the tournament due to injury. It is expected to come for training in December.

France: Regarding France, Midfielder N’Golo Kante, Midfielder Paul Pogba, Defender Lucas Hernandez, Goalkeeper Mike Maignan, Defender Boubacar Kamara, Defender Lucas Digne, these players are missing the tournament.

Germany: Striker Marco Reus is missing this tournament due to injuries
Some players from Iran, Japan, Mexico, Moroco, Netherlands, Portugal, Qatar are also missing this tournament due to injuries.

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