Top players likely to feature in their last World Cup in Qatar

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Portuguese goal machine Cristiano Ronaldo the leading goal scorer across the circuit has turned 37 ready to feature in his 5th World Cup and will look forward to earning what he has dreamt of all these years.

Lionel Messi

The god-gifted man and a true legend of the game have also featured in the greatest tournament on the earth as many times as his rival CR7, Messi, 35 services for the national team might end in Qatar.

Luca Modric

The 2018 Ballon d’Or winner after leading Croatia to the finals, Luka Modric has been among the all-time great midfielders of the game. The 37-year-old Modric will look forward to finishing it big.

Robert Lewandowski

The 34-year-old Polish all-time great Lewandowski perhaps never got the credit he deserved in the shadow cast by Messi and Ronaldo. A legend for Bayern, although yet to score for the national side in the WC.

Dani Alves

Among the best right-back attacks in the world, 39-year-old Dani Alves will give it all he has to finish up the best ever in his last run to the pinnacle with the highly stable Brazilian side.

Luis Suarez

Uruguay’s all-time leading scorer the 35-year-old Suárez is set to play in his fourth World Cup tournament and certainly last will look to provide what will matter the most for his team.

Manuel Neuer

The German wall and 2014 World Cup winner Manuel Neuer have consistently been great for his club and the country, however, the 36-year-old’s service might be up in Qatar.

Sergio Ramos

The 36-years-old legendary Center Back Sergio Ramos has been among the best defenders on the trot over the years, winning the 2010 World Cup, can he repeat something same in his last run?

Hugo Lloris

2018 FIFA WC champion captain Lloris has been a stalwart for the French team. Representing the senior national side since 2008, can the veteran goalie pull off something special the last time?