Qatar World Cup 2022: the sad farewells that the World Cup could leave

Qatar World Cup 2022: the sad farewells that the World Cup could leave


The Qatar World Cup 2022 It is being a very special cup for different ingredients. The date, the place, but you can also mark the end of an era of glory for football lovers. Great legends like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo they could play their last World Cup. We could be facing the last participation of some footballers in a World Cup.

After the Qatar 2022 World Cup is over, The new countdown to the World Cup in Mexico, the United States and Canada will begin once and for all. However, they will have to spend four years and a long elimination process for that moment to arrive.

Under these circumstancesthere are several players who will arrive at the right age or even their participation could be made unlikely due to the physical condition of these stars. A couple of very handy cases are those of Guillermo Ochoa and Andres Guardadotwo footballers who have recently reached their fifth World Cup in Qatar 2022.

The stars that could be in their last World Cup in Qatar 2022

Andrés Guardado (36 years old).

Guillermo Ochoa (37 years old).

Gareth Bale (33 years old).

Cristiano Ronaldo (37 years old).

Lionel Messi (35 years old).

Luka Modric (37 years old).

Keylor Navas (35 years old).

Edison Cavani (35 years old).

Luis Suarez (35 years old).

Diego Godín (36 years old).

Robert Lewandowski (34 years old).

Thomas Muller (33 years old).

Manuel Neuer (36 years old).

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