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Announcement of the top 50 players of the World Cup From the absence of Iranians to the authority of Brazil; There is a huge difference between Messi and Ronaldo

According to Fars news agency, the famous ESPN website reviewed the top 50 players in this competition in a report 3 days before the World Cup and identified Mbappe, Benzema and De Bruyne as the 3 most important players of this World Cup.

Kylian Mbappé, who was one of the main factors in France’s championship in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, is still known as the most important player of the Roosters in Qatar. By shining in France, he and Benzema are trying to break the spell of elimination of the champion team of the World Cup in the group stages and after the 1962 World Cup and the Brazilian national team, they will be named the champions of the most important national competition for 2 consecutive times.

ESPN magazine unveiled the top 50 players of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which does not include a face from Iran. From Asia, only Son Heung-min from South Korea stands out by placing in the 13th place.

Among Iran’s rivals in the World Cup, only England has a representative in this list. Seshir with 4 representatives is the fifth best team in this report.

Announcement of the top 50 players of the World Cup From the absence of Iranians to the authority of Brazil; There is a huge difference between Messi and Ronaldo

Brazil is at the top with 7 representatives and Portugal and Germany teams with 6 representatives, France with 5 representatives, England with 4 representatives, Spain and Belgium with 3 representatives and Argentina with 2 representatives are in the next ranks.

The list of the top 50 players of the 2022 World Cup is as follows:

1- Kylian Mbappé – France

2- Karim Benzema – France

3- Kevin de Brunier – Belgium

4- Lionel Messi – Argentina

5- Robert Lewandowski – Poland

6- Neymar – Brazil

7- Luka Modric – Croatia

8- Vinicius Jr. – Brazil

9- Thibaut Courtois – Belgium

10- Sadio Mane – Senegal

11- Harry Kane – England

12- Virgil Van Dijk – Netherlands

13- Son Heung Min – South Korea

14- Fede Valverde – Uruguay

15- Yoshua Kimmish – Germany

16- Bernardo Silva – Portugal

17- Joao Cancelo – Portugal

18- Phil Foden – England

19- Paternity – Spain

20- Cristiano Ronaldo – Portugal

21- Alison Becker – Brazil

22- Jude Bellingham – England

23- Ruben Diaz – Portugal

24- Manuel Neuer – Germany

25- Casmiro – Brazil

26- Alphonso Davis – Canada

27- Bruno Fernandez – Portugal

28- Rafael Liao – Portugal

29- Marquinhos – Brazil

30- Anthony Rudiger – Germany

31- Thomas Muller – Germany

32- Frankie De Jong – Netherlands

33- Ilkai Gundogan – Germany

34- Lautaro Martinez – Argentina

35- Trent Alexander Arnold – England

36- Ashraf Hakimi – Morocco

37- Antoine Griezmann – France

38- Ousmane Dembele – France

39- Gabriel Jesus – Brazil

40- Dusan Vlahovic – Serbia

41- Jamal Musyala – Germany

42- Rodri – Spain

43- Romelu Lukaku – Belgium

44- Orlin Schwamany – France

45- Gabi – Spain

46- Christian Eriksen – Denmark

47- Ederson – Brazil

48- Bokayo Saka – England

49- Kalidou Coulibaly – Senegal

50- Andre Onana – Cameroon

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