Is the Qatar FIFA World Cup the final competition for these players?

Lionel Messi

Messi’s sixth World Cup will take place in Qatar in 2022. The 35-year-old attacker of French club Paris St Germain will be trying to build on Argentina’s Copa America victory last year and win the one title that he has yet to achieve in his illustrious career.

Christiano Ronaldo

The Portuguese superstar’s mission to bring Portugal its first World Cup should have taken center stage in the story around him. Cristiano Ronaldo, though, enters the campaign with the cloud of a controversial interview where he berated Manchester United hovering over him.

Luka Modric

The 37-year-old Modric can no longer defy time, despite the fact that his age contradicts his performances. The Golden Ball winner for the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be looking to advance his nation higher than they did the previous time around, when Croatia lost to France in the championship game.

Luiz Suarez

The goal-line save against Ghana in 2010, the brace against England in 2014, and the infamous Leonardo Bonucci biting are all notable moments in the Luis Suarez mythos that occurred at the World Cup. As they go ready to play South Korea, Portugal, and, as luck would have it, Ghana, Uruguay, at the age of 35, will be aiming for one more triumph.

Thiago Silva

Thiago Silva was expected to retire after the World Cup in Russia. However, the Chelsea center back has shown no signs of slowing down and is still among the top defenders in the world at the age of 38.

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