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Portugal Squad For World Cup 2022 Has Been Confirmed

Portugal Squad For World Cup 2022

As Portugal gears up for the 2022 World Cup, head coach Fernando Santos has given the go-ahead to these men. When Portugal competes in their eighth World Cup in Qatar, coach Fernando Santos will be hopeful that his team can meet the high standards. They have never won the coveted trophy; their best finish was third in 1966.

They are in Group H with Uruguay, Ghana, and South Korea. Despite being in a complex group, they stand a solid chance of progressing to the knockout rounds, assuming a stunning upset.

Portugal Squad For World Cup 2022

Player Club Position
Diogo Costa FC Porto GK
Rui Patrício Roma GK
Jose Sa Wolves GK
Raphael Guerreiro Borussia Dortmund Defender
Danilo Pereira Paris Saint-Germain Defender
Rúben Dias Manchester City Defender
Pepe FC Porto Defender
Diogo Dalot Manchester United Defender
Nuno Mendes PSG Defender
João Cancelo Manchester City Defender
William Carvalho Real Betis Midfielder
Joao Palhinha Fulham Midfielder
João Mário Benfica Midfielder
Bruno Fernandes Manchester United Midfielder
Bernardo Silva Manchester City Midfielder
Matheus Nunes Wolverhampton Midfielder
Rúben Neves Wolverhampton Midfielder
Otavio Porto Midfielder
Gonçalo Guedes Valencia Forward
Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus Forward
Jao Felix Atletico Madrid Forward
Rafael Leao AC Milan Forward
Diogo Jota Wolverhampton Forward
Pedro Neto Wolverhampton Forward
Ricardo Horta SC Braga Forward

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Portugal suffered a severe setback as Liverpool striker Diogo Jota was forced to withdraw from the Qatar tournament due to a calf injury sustained during the 1-0 Premier League victory over Manchester City.

The dynamic attacker would have likely started in the front three alongside Bernardo Silva and Cristiano Ronaldo but now has to observe from a distance.

Name Club Reason
Diogo Jota Liverpool Injury
Renato Sanches PSG Manager’s decision
Joao Moutinho Wolves Manager’s decision

Portugal National Team Coach

Several hundred more lines would have been added to Fernando Santos’ face if it could fit them after a challenging qualifying campaign in which Portugal messed up a relatively easy group. Nevertheless, the 68-year-old still has the full backing of the players and the FA despite calls for reform from the public and the media.

Portugal 2022 World Cup Matches Schedule

Matches Date
Portugal vs. Ghana 24-Nov
Portugal vs. Uruguay 29-Nov
Portugal vs. South Korea 2-Dec

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