FIFA World Cup 2022: Players who are ruled out with injuries

Many top players will be missing the tournament, damaging the hopes of their nations significantly in the FIFA World Cup.

The French midfielder was pivotal in France's title-winning campaign in Russia. Pogba underwent surgery in September for a knee issue and his recovery period will take longer

Paul Pogba (France)

It was utter disbelief in the Morocco squad when they got the news that Amine Harit had injured himself.

Amine Harit (Morocco)

Argentina will be missing midfielder Giovani Lo Celso who had a muscle tear last month. He managed to rupture his hamstring in a match for Villarreal in La Liga and will be out of the World Cup.

Giovani Lo Celso (Argentina)

The Borussia Dortmund forward fails to get his name in the Die Mannschaft roster for Qatar. He is out with an ankle injury and will be missed.

Marco Reus (Germany)

France have many issues in their squad in terms of injuries, and none maybe bigger than the injury of N'Golo Kante.

N'Golo Kante (France)

Jota was regarded as one of the starters for Portugal in Qatar. But he suffered a calf injury in October and that will rule him out of the World Cup.

Diogo Jota (Portugal)

Senegal will be missing their biggest star Sadio Mane who was ruled out of the tournament a couple of days ago. Mane suffered a leg injury in Bayern Munich's last game before the World Cup break

Sadio Mane (Senegal)

Arthur Melo was certain to be a part of the Brazil roster in Qatar. But the on-loan Liverpool midfielder injured his thigh during a training session in October

Arthur Melo (Brazil)