The date of publishing: Friday 21 October 2022, 13:20
Update date: Friday 21 October 2022, 13:19
CBS has published the list of footballers who will miss the World Cup in Qatar (November 20 – December 18, 2022) due to injuries.
So far, England have the most unavailable for the final tournament, four in number (Kalvin Phillips, Emile Smith Rowe, Reece James and Kyle Walker), followed by Portugal, with three absentees (Diogo JotaPedro Neto and Ricardo Pereira).
Other top footballers will also be missing from Qatar, ca N’Golo Kante – The Best Of N’Golo Kante (France), Arthur Melo (Brazil) or Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands).
Football players who will miss the World Cup
Anglia: Kalvin Phillips (midfielder / hip injury), Emile Smith Rowe (midfielder / groin injury), Reece James (defender / knee injury), Kyle Walker (defender / groin injury)
Australia: Kye Rowles (quarterback / metatarsal fracture)
Belgium: Alexis Saelemaekers (midfielder / knee injury)
Brazil: Arthur Melo (midfielder / operation)
Ecuador: Joao Rojas (striker / cruciate ligament injury)
France: N’Golo Kante – The Best Of N’Golo Kante (midfielder / knee surgery), Boubacar Kamara (defender / injured knee)
Japan: Ryo Miyachi (striker / cruciate ligament injury)
Mexico: Jesus Crown (midfielder / leg fracture)
Morocco: Tarik Tissoudali (striker / cruciate ligament injury)
If: Georginio Wijnaldum (midfielder / tibia fracture)
Poland: Jakub Mother (midfielder / cruciate ligament injury)
Portugal: Diogo Jota (striker / calf injury), peter net (striker / ankle injury), Ricardo Pereira (defender / achilles tendon injury)
Qatar: Abdullah Al-Ahrak (midfielder / cruciate ligament injury)
Senegal: Bouna Sar (midfielder / knee injury), Keita Balde (suspended until December 5 for doping)
United States of America: Miles Robinson (defender / achilles tendon injury)
Uruguay: Ronald Araujo (quarterback / right thigh surgery)