No one would dare to put out Mohamed Salah on the list of the best stars in the world right now. He is one of the best players in the English league this season for Liverpool. All the big clubs in Europe are looking to recruit 21-year-old Norwegian star Arling Holland. Gianluigi Donnaruma was named the best player of the Euro Championship. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Jurginho, Martin Odegaard, Luis Diaz, Jan Oblak, Riyad Mahrez; Each of them is one of the best stars in the world in their respective places. Football sometimes becomes very ruthless. For example, these stars will not be seen in the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

Egypt’s Mohamed Salah is arguably the most failed star to make it to the World Cup in November-December. His form for Liverpool adds to that frustration. However, he is not the only one on this list. On the contrary, if you look at the list of stars who did not qualify to play in the World Cup, your eyes are bound to rise.

1. Gianluigi Donnaruma (Italy): If someone had been told a few months ago that Italy would not be able to qualify for the World Cup this time around, everyone would have thought you were crazy. But that is the reality. Euro-winning Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar after Russia. That is why Italian goalkeeper Donnaruma, who was selected as the best in the Euro 2020 tournament, will not be seen in the World Cup.

2. Jan Ablak (Slovenia): Atletico Madrid’s Slovenian goalkeeper is one of the best of his generation. However, his luck in the national team is not very good. Slovenia is not a football superpower in Europe. They have played in the World Cup twice since Yugoslavia broke up and became independent. Slovenia finished fourth in their group at the World Cup qualifiers in Qatar. However, the 29-year-old may get another chance to test the fate of the World Cup. He will have to wait until 2026 for that.

3. Alessandro Florenzi (Italy): Euro-winning Italy was considered one of the favorites for the Qatar World Cup. The well-balanced team has some of the best players of all time. One of the best performers of 2020 Euro will not be seen in Qatar.

4. David Alaba (Austria): David Alaba, who played for Real Madrid, is also out of the World Cup. The Austrian star has won everything possible for Bayern Munich and is now playing for Real Madrid. Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bale has shattered Alaba’s World Cup dream in the play-off semifinals. Real Madrid’s Bratya Bell has dismissed Serbia with a pair of goals.

5. Giorgio Chiellini (Italy): One of the most iconic scenes of Euro 2020 was created by Chiellini, the last representative of Italy’s defensive football industry. The way he stopped Bakayoko Saka, who wanted to sprint with the ball in the final against England, was a sight to behold. One of the best defenders of the generation will not be seen in Qatar. Of course, there is no possibility of seeing him in the World Cup again. With the 2026 World Cup approaching, this defender will be 41 years old!

. Jর্গrgenho (Italy): Last year, Jর্গrgenho is sure to want to wrap it in gold. He first won the Champions League for Chelsea. Then Italy won the Euro. Due to which he was also in the fight of Ballon d’Or. However, Jurginho, of Brazilian descent, may feel unlucky whether he turns the year around or not. Jorginho is responsible for the exclusion of Italy in the World Cup qualifiers. Italy would not have had to play in the play-offs if they had not missed the penalty against Switzerland.

. Marco Verratti (Italy): Marco Verratti, one of the best midfielders of all time, will not be seen on the World Cup stage after Italy was eliminated. This infinitely talented midfielder has played in only one World Cup. In that 2014 World Cup, Italy was eliminated in the group stage.

. Arturo Vidal (Chile): Chile failed to qualify for the second time in a row. So the midfielder who played for Bayern Munich, Juventus, Barcelona and Inter Milan will not be seen again. The Qatar World Cup will undoubtedly miss Vidal and his varied haircuts.

9. Riyadh Mahrez (Algeria): After the 2019 AFCN winners Algeria failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup after 2016. So the ‘Desert Fox’ star who played in the English Premier League champions Manchester City will not be seen in the World Cup.

10. Arling Holland (Norway): Nordic star Arling Holland, currently playing for Borussia Dortmund, one of the best young talents in the world. The 20-year-old star rose to prominence in 2019 with a flood of goals in the Champions League for Red Bull Salzburg. Since then, the giant clubs of Europe have been lined up behind him. However, his team Norway failed to qualify.

11. Martin Odegaard (Norway): Real Madrid bought Odegaard with high hopes; But not being able to give playing time, he moved to England. Norwegian captain Odegard, who has become one of the key players in Mikel Arteta’s team, can sit in front of the TV with his teammate Holland during the World Cup with popcorn in his hand.

12. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden): The proverb ‘No more roaring, no more rain’ is true for Ibrahimovic. Ibrahimovic is as good at rhetoric as he is at failing at the moment the team needs him. So Sweden lost again in the play-off final. There is no one better than him in the World Cup, Ibra may not see the World Cup in this frustration.

13. Mohamed Salah (Egypt): After Afkan, Mohamed Salah lost to his friend and teammate Sadio Mann in the World Cup qualifiers. Salah had to retire from the World Cup qualifiers with a penalty miss against Senegal. In his absence, the World Cup will fade. Last time last minute goal took Egypt to the World Cup. But he could not play in the World Cup due to injury in the Champions League final. This year’s World Cup in Qatar could have been an occasion to forget his grief. But this time Salah himself is a villain.

a goal and many more stars will not be seen in the World Cup this time. Hakan Chalhanugulu of Turkey, Burak Ilmaz, Genghis Wonder, Lorenzo Insignia of Italy, Frederico Chiessa, Lucatelli, Bastani, Victor Osimen of Nigeria, Frank Casey of Ivory Coast, Wilfred Jaeger, Mbabane of Gabriel, Many will miss the World Cup, including Japan, Serbia’s Sergey Milankovic-Savic, Czech Republic’s Patrick Sachik. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *