The 11-star squad that won’t attend the 2022 World Cup

30 Mar 2022 | 12:35

 The biggest football festival on the planet taking place in Qatar will be absent many famous stars.

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Thủ môn – Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)

“The best player at EURO 2020” was not able to join the Italian team to win tickets to the 2022 World Cup finals. This is really a disaster for the Thien Thanh shirt team, because less than a year before they had just been crowned the title. European Championship.

Right back – Juan Cuadrado (Colombia)

Regarded as one of the best right-backs/midfielders in Serie A for many years, Cuadrado was unable to join the Colombian team in winning tickets to Qatar at the end of this year.

Trung vệ – Giorgio Chiellini (Italy)

The veteran Juventus and Italy midfielder was unable to attend the last World Cup of his career. Chiellini will also bid farewell to the Azzurri after this gathering.
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 Tragedy happened to Italy.

Center-back – Leonardo Bonucci (Italy)

It is a tragedy for Bonucci and his teammates, when they have just won EURO 2020 less than a year. Another World Cup that Italy had to watch at home on TV.

Left-back – David Alaba (Austria)

Austria won tickets to the play-off round based on performance in the UEFA Nations League. However, in the semi-final, David Alaba and his teammates could not overcome the Wales team led by Gareth Bale.

Defensive midfielder – Jorginho (Italy)

Jorginho was the criminal of Italy’s team when he missed two penalties in two decisive matches against Switzerland in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Just being successful once, the Azzurri won a direct ticket to Qatar, instead of playing play. -off.

Central Midfielder – Marco Verratti (Italy)

Many people must regret for Verratti, because he always plays at the highest level in the club and national team colors.

Attacking midfielder – Martin Odegaard (Norway)
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 Odegaard is at home watching the 2022 World Cup on TV.

Arsenal’s “conductor” was unable to lead the Norwegian team through the qualifying campaign.

Left striker – Luis Diaz (Colombia)

The rookie in the winter transfer window of Liverpool was unable to join the Colombian team to win tickets to the 2022 World Cup finals taking place later this year.

Right striker – Mohamed Salah (Egypt)

Mohamed Salah received a bitter fruit when he lost to Sadio Mane’s Senegal team after two play-off matches. Salah is one of three names to miss a penalty in the penalty shootout.

Striker – Erling Haaland (Norway)

Despite scoring 5 goals after 6 matches in qualifying, Haaland could not help Norway get a ticket to the biggest football festival on the planet. However, “Loven” with the golden generation of talented young players is expected to explode more in the future.