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Ligue 1 Uber Eats players at the World Cup

Ligue 1 Uber Eats players at the World Cup

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Publish on 11/16 at 12:00

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Messi, Neymar, Mbappé... yeah we know. But which other Ligue 1 Uber Eats star will be shooting for football's biggest prize? Here's a full list of current - and past! - stars from France's top flight who will been show in Qatar in November-December.

It's time for the World Cup! With Round 15 - the final round of Ligue 1 Uber Eats action before the World Cup - now in the rear-view mirror, check out all the top players selected to take part in the World Cup in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December.

On top of the world

Following the announcement of the 32 competing nations' squads, there are 55 players from the French championship called up to represent their respective countries. Paris Saint-Germain are the club with the most representatives for this competition (11), ahead of Stade Rennais FC (8). Behind France (6), Morocco, Senegal and Ghana (5) are the three countries with the most Ligue 1 Uber Eats talent in their ranks.

Ligue 1 Uber Eats players selected:

Angers SCO (2):

Azzedine Ounahi (Morocco)
Sofiane Boufal (Morocco)

AJ Auxerre (1):
Gideon Mensah (Ghana)

Stade Brestois 29 (1):
Achraf Dari (Morocco)

Clermont Foot 63 (2):
Mateusz Wieteska (Poland)
Alidu Seidu (Ghana)

RC Lens (3):
Loïs Openda (Belgium)
Przemysław Frankowski (Poland)
Salis Abdul Samed (Ghana)

LOSC (2):
Timothy Weah (USA)
Jonathan David (Canada)

FC Lorient (1):
Montassar Talbi (Tunisia)

Olympique Lyonnais (2):
Nicolás Tagliafico (Argentina)
Karl Toko Ekambi (Cameroon)

Olympique de Marseille (5):
Simon Ngapandouetnbu (Cameroon)
Jordan Veretout (France)
Mattéo Guendouzi (France)
Bamba Dieng (Senegal)
Pape Gueye (Senegal)

AS Monaco (6):
Youssouf Fofana (France)
Axel Disasi (France)
Takumi Minamino (Japan)
Krépin Diatta (Senegal)
Ismail Jakobs (Senegal)
Breel Embolo (Switzerland)

Montpellier Hérault SC (2):
Jonas Omlin (Switzerland)
Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia)

FC Nantes (1):
Jean-Charles Castelletto (Cameroon)

OGC Nice (2):
Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark)
Aaron Ramsey (Wales)

Paris Saint-Germain (11):
Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Marquinhos (Brazil)
Neymar (Brazil)
Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)
Carlos Soler (Spain)
Pablo Sarabia (Spain)
Kylian Mbappé (France)
Achraf Hakimi (Morocco)
Danilo Pereira (Portugal)
Nuno Mendes (Portugal)
Vitinha (Portugal)

Stade de Reims (1):
Junya Ito (Japan)

Stade Rennais FC (8):
Arthur Theate (Belgium)
Jérémy Doku (Belgium)
Christopher Wooh (Cameroon)
Lovro Majer (Croatia)
Steve Mandanda (France)
Joe Rodon (Wales)
Alfred Gomis (Senegal)
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Ghana)

RC Strasbourg Alsace (2):
Eiji Kawashima (Japan)
Alexander Djiku (Ghana)

Toulouse FC (1):
Zakaria Aboukhlal (Morocco)

ESTAC Troyes (1):
Iké Ugbo (Canada)
Jackson Porozo (Ecuador)
Over 90 former Ligue 1 Uber Eats players

Made in Ligue 1 Uber Eats

In addition to the players currently in Ligue 1 Uber Eats, a number of players who have plied their trade in the French league infers gone by have had the honour of being called up for the 2022 World Cup.

France coach Didier Deschamps' list includes no fewer than 15 players who have played at the highest level of French football, such as Olivier Giroud, Karim Benzema and Raphaël Varane. Senegal and Cameroon, who have historically provided plenty of talent for Ligue 1 Uber Eats, also rely on well-known France-based stars, with 11 and 10 former Ligue 1 Uber Eats players respectively selected to take part in the World Cup.

Made in Ligue 1 Uber Eats at the World Cup:

Germany (2):
Thilo Kehrer (PSG), Kevin Trapp (PSG)

Argentina (3):
Gerónimo Rulli (Montpellier Hérault SC), Leandro Paredes (PSG), Ángel Di María (PSG)

Belgium (7):
Wout Faes (Stade de Reims), Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco (AS Monaco), Thomas Meunier (PSG), Amadou Onana (LOSC), Youri Tielemans (AS Monaco), Eden Hazard (LOSC), Michy Batshuayi (OM)

Brazil (6):
Dani Alves (PSG), Thiago Silva (PSG), Fabinho (AS Monaco), Bruno Guimaraes (OL), Lucas Paquetá (OL), Raphinha (Stade Rennais FC)

Cameroon (10):
Devis Epassy (Stade Rennais FC, FC Lorient), Enzo Ebosse (Angers SCO), Nicolas Nkoulou (AS Monaco, OM, OL), Olivier Ntcham (OM), André-Frank Zambo Anguissa (OM), Bryan Mbeumo (ESTAC Troyes), Georges-Kévin Nkoudou (FC Nantes, OM, AS Monaco), Jean-Pierre Nsamé (Angers SCO), Vincent Aboubakar (Valenciennes FC, FC Lorient), Eric Choupo-Moting (PSG)

South Korea (2):
Hwang Ui-jo (Girondins de Bordeaux), Chang-hoon Kwon (Dijon FCO)

Costa Rica (2):
Yeltsin Tejeda (Évian TG), Joel Campbell (FC Lorient)

Croatia (4):
Ivo Grbić (LOSC), Dejan Lovren (OL), Mario Pašalić (AS Monaco), Ivan Perišić (FC Sochaux-Montbéliard)

Denmark (6):
Simon Kjær (LOSC), Daniel Wass (Évian TG), Joachim Andersen (OL), Kasper Dolberg (OGC Nice), Andreas Cornelius (Girondins de Bordeaux), Martin Braithwaite (Toulouse FC, Girondins de Bordeaux)

Spain (1):
César Azpilicueta (OM)

France (15):
Alphonse Areola (PSG, SC Bastia), Hugo Lloris (OGC Nice, OL), Benjamin Pavard (LOSC), Jules Koundé (Girondins de Bordeaux), William Saliba (ASSE, OGC Nice, OM), Raphaël Varane (RC Lens), Adrien Rabiot (PSG, Toulouse FC), Aurélien Tchouaméni (Girondins de Bordeaux, AS Monaco), Eduardo Camavinga (Stade Rennais FC), Olivier Giroud (Montpellier HSC), Ousmane Dembélé (Stade Rennais FC), Kingsley Coman (PSG), Karim Benzema (OL), Marcus Thuram (EA Guingamp), Randal Kolo Muani (FC Nantes)

Ghana (4):
Abdul Rahman Baba (Stade de Reims), André Ayew (OM, FC Lorient), Jordan Ayew (OM, FC Lorient), Osman Bukari (FC Nantes)

Iran (1):
Saman Ghoddos (Amiens SC)

Japan (2):
Hiroki Sakai (OM), Yuto Nagatomo (OM)

Morocco (2):
Nayef Aguerd (Dijon FCO, Stade Rennais FC), Romain Saïss (Angers SCO)

Mexico (1):
Guillermo Ochoa (AC Ajaccio)

Netherlands (2):
Xavi Simons (PSG), Memphis Depay (OL)

Poland (4):
Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Arkadiusz Milik (OM), Kamil Grosicki (Stade Rennais FC), Grzegorz Krychowiak (Girondins de Bordeaux, Stade de Reims, PSG)

Portugal (3):
Raphaël Guerreiro (FC Lorient), Bernardo Silva (AS Monaco), Rafael Leão (LOSC)

Senegal (11):
Edouard Mendy (Stade de Reims, Stade Rennais FC), Abdou Diallo (AS Monaco, PSG), Youssouf Sabaly (Évian TG, FC Nantes, Bordeaux), Fodé Ballo-Touré (LOSC, AS Monaco), Pape Abou Cissé (AS Saint-Etienne), Idrissa Gueye (LOSC, PSG), Nampalys Mendy (AS Monaco, OGC Nice), Pape Matar Sarr (FC Metz), Ismaïla Sarr (FC Metz, Stade Rennais FC), Boulaye Dia (Stade de Reims), Famara Diedhiou (Angers SCO)

Serbia (3):
Predrag Rajković (Stade de Reims), Strahinja Pavlović (AS Monaco), Nemanja Radonjić (OM)

Switzerland (1):
Xerdan Shaqiri (OL)

Tunisia (6):
Mouez Hassen (OGC Nice, Stade Brestois 29), Dylan Bronn (FC Metz), Ellyes Skhiri (Montpellier), Naïm Sliti (Dijon FCO, LOSC), Aïssa Laïdouni (Angers SCO), Ferjani Sassi (FC Metz)

Uruguay (1):
Edinson Cavani (PSG)