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THU 17.11.2022 | NEWS

LaLiga aces land in Qatar

Many of the brightest stars in LaLiga are set to strut their stuff at the World Cup in Qatar, where not only will they be flying the flag for their countries, but the club sides they have represented in the early part of the 2022/23 campaign.

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THU 17.11.2022

Over 80 LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank players will line up on Arab soil, with Spain (18) and Argentina (ten) the nations featuring the most LaLiga representatives. With the kick-off of the global showpiece now just around the corner, we take a look at the LaLiga superstars bidding to taste glory on the biggest stage:

Group A (6 players)

Ecuador (1)

Gonzalo Plata (Real Valladolid)

Senegal (3)

Youssouf Sabaly (Real Betis), Pathé Ciss (Rayo Vallecano) and Nico Jackson (Villarreal)

Netherlands (2)

Frenkie de Jong (FC Barcelona) and Memphis Depay (FC Barcelona)

Group B (3)

IR Iran (1)

Amir Abedzadeh (SD Ponferradina)

USA (2)

Luca de la Torre (RC Celta) and Yunus Musah (Valencia CF)

Group C (11)

Argentina (10)

Gerónimo Rulli (Villarreal CF), Nahuel Molina (Atlético de Madrid), Gonzalo Montiel (Sevilla FC), Germán Pezzella (Real Betis), Marcos Acuña (Sevilla FC), Juan Foyth (Villarreal CF), Rodrigo de Paul (Atlético de Madrid), Guido Rodríguez (Real Betis), Alejandro Gómez (Sevilla FC) and Angel Correa (Atletico de Madrid)

Mexico (1)

Andrés Guardado (Real Betis)

Poland (1)

Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelona)

Group D (11)

France (6)

Jules Koundé (FC Barcelona), Eduardo Camavinga (Real Madrid), Aurélien Tchouaméni (Real Madrid), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Ousmane Dembélé (FC Barcelona) and Antoine Griezmann (Atlético de Madrid)

Australia (1)

Awer Mabil (Cádiz CF)

Denmark (4)

Andreas Christensen (FC Barcelona), Thomas Delaney (Sevilla FC), Kasper Dolberg (Sevilla FC) and Martin Braithwaite (RCD Espanyol)

Group E (23)

Spain (18)

Unai Simón (Athletic Club), Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Eric García (FC Barcelona), Hugo Guillamón (Valencia CF), Pau Torres (Villarreal CF), Jordi Alba (FC Barcelona), Alejandro Balde (FC Barcelona), Sergio Busquets (FC Barcelona), Gavi (FC Barcelona), Pedri (FC Barcelona), Marcos Llorente (Atlético de Madrid), Koke (Atlético de Madrid), Ferrán Torres (FC Barcelona), Ansu Fati (FC Barcelona), Yeremy Pino (Villarreal CF), Nico Williams (Athletic Club), Marco Asensio (Real Madrid), Álvaro Morata (Atlético de Madrid)

Costa Rica (1)

Patrick Sequeira (CD Lugo)

Germany (2)

Marc-André ter Stegen (FC Barcelona) and Antonio Rüdiger (Real Madrid)

Japan (2)

Gaku Shibasaki (CD Leganés) and Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad)

Group F (11)

Belgium (4)

Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid), Axel Witsel (Atlético de Madrid), Yannick Carrasco (Atlético de Madrid) and Eden Hazard (Real Madrid)

Morocco (4)

Yassine Bono (Sevilla FC), Jawad El Yamiq (Real Valladolid), Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla FC) and Abde Ezzalzouli (CA Osasuna)

Croatia (3)

Ivo Grbic (Atlético de Madrid), Luka Modric (Real Madrid) and Ante Budimir (CA Osasuna)

Group G (12)

Brazil (5)

Alex Telles (Sevilla FC), Éder Militao (Real Madrid), Raphinha (FC Barcelona), Rodrygo (Real Madrid) and Vini Jr. (Real Madrid)

Serbia (6)

Marko Dmitrović (Sevilla FC), Predrag Rajković (RCD Mallorca), Stefan Mitrović (Getafe CF), Srdan Babić (UD Almería), Nemanja Gudelj (Sevilla FC) and Nemanja Maksimović (Getafe CF)

Switzerland (1)

Ceray Cömert (Valencia CF)

Group H (9)

Portugal (2)

William Carvalho (Real Betis ) and João Félix (Atlético de Madrid)

Ghana (2)

Joseph Aidoo (RC Celta) and Iñaki Williams (Athletic Club)

Uruguay (4)

Ronald Araujo (FC Barcelona), José María Giménez (Atlético de Madrid), Federico Valverde (Real Madrid) and Edinson Cavani (Valencia CF)

Korea Republic (1)

Lee Kang-In (RCD Mallorca)

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