Manchester United and Manchester City have the most representative playing in the 2022 Qatar World Cup quarter-finals.
The 2022 Qatar World Cup quarterfinals will commence on Friday with Brazil Vs Croatia clash at 16:00. With eight teams left in the competition after an exciting group stage and nerve-wracking round of 16, the event is entering its most competitive stage.
There are many prominent figures, excellent matchups, and elite athletes who are all focused on lifting the trophy on December 18.
We can now provide you with the fixtures, schedule, and results for the last eight games of the 2022 Qatar World Cup after an electrifying Round of 16 period.
Six Liverpool players are still vying for the title with their national teams, giving the club a solid representation.
Brazil will play Croatia in a challenging matchup in the first quarterfinal, which will feature Liverpool’s Alisson Becker and Fabinho of Brazil.
The Netherlands will then attempt to beat Argentina and advance to the semi-finals under the leadership of Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk.
Manchester United – 11
The Qatar World Cup this winter is almost over, yet the majority of Manchester United players are still competing, with an astounding eleven talents still vying for the global honor.
Sadly, United’s players like Facundo Pellistri, Christian Eriksen, and Hannibal Mejbri have been disqualified from the competition.
Another pair of Reds qualified earlier on Tuesday when Portugal easily defeated Switzerland. Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot will now play Morocco in the quarterfinal.
Four Reds could play in the quarterfinal match between England and France, the defending world champions, on that side of the bracket.
Manchester City – 11
The England Qatar World Cup team, led by Gareth Southgate, includes up to five Manchester City players. Kyle Walker, John Stones, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling, and Jack Grealish have all helped the Three Lions advance in the competition.
Joao Cancelo, Ruben Dias, and Bernardo Silva, three Manchester City players, are all representing Portugal in the Quarterfinals.
Julian Alvarez, who was just signed, Nathan Ake, and Ederson are all still playing for Argentina at the Qatar World Cup.
Paris Saint-Germain – 8
Eight PSG players are presently competing for their respective nations in the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The France team, led by forward Kylian Mbappé of Paris Saint-Germain, is on its way to the quarterfinals.
Nuno Mendes, Danilo Pereira, and Vitinha, all of Paris Saint-Germain, helped Portugal advance to the quarterfinals with a 5-1 victory over Switzerland last week.
Argentina, captained by striker Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain, has also advanced to the tournament’s quarterfinals.
Brazil’s victory over South Korea by a score of 4-1 also secured their spot in the quarterfinals, which also included Paris Saint-Germain players Marquinhos and Neymar Jr.
Morocco, led by defender Achraf Hakimi of Paris Saint-Germain, also secured a spot by defeating Spain on penalties.
Bayern Munich – 7
Most of Bayern Munich’s representatives are leaving the Qatar World Cup after Germany was eliminated in the group stage for the second time in a row.
Some of its talents will still participate in the Qatar World Cup Quarterfinals, which start on December 9th.
Kingsley Coman, Dayot Upamecano, and Benjamin Pavard being present at Bayern is not surprising considering the team’s huge French player contingent.
Along with them are Matthijs de Ligt of the Netherlands, Noussair Mazraoui of Morocco, and Josip Stanisic of Croatia.
Ajax – 7
The Dutch team was the first to begin play among the Ajax players who were involved.
During the international break in September, Remko Pasveer, the Netherlands’ third choice in goaltending, made his debut.
At the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Ajax players Jurrien Timber, Dayle Blind, Kenneth Taylor, Steven Berghuis, Davy Klaassen, and Luuk de Jong are still competing.
Real Madrid – 6
In the quarterfinals, Camavinga and Tchouameni will take on England with France, whereas Modri’s Croatia plays a Brazil team that includes Vini Jr., Rodrygo, and Milito.
The following Real Madrid athletes are presently competing in the Qatar 2022 World Cup’s round of 16: Camavinga, Tchouameni, Vini Jr., Rodrygo, and Milito for Brazil; Tchouameni for France, and Modri of Croatia.
Despite participating in the tournament, Carvajal and Asensio of Spain, Valverde of Uruguay, Courtois and Hazard of Belgium, and Rüdiger of Germany’s squad did not advance to the Quarterfinals.
Chelsea – 6
Chelsea players Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Conor Gallagher, Thiago Silva, Hakim Ziyech, and Mateo Kovacic are presently competing in the FIFA World Cup quarterfinals in Qatar.
Even though there would be a lot of talent on display in Qatar, some of Potter’s key players were not there.
Before they were ruled out due to injury, Reece James and Ben Chilwell were both anticipated to be in the England team.
Kepa, N’Golo Kante, and Wesley Fofana all missed out on entering the Spain and France squads due to similar situations.
Atletico Madrid – 6
With 12 players participating, Atletico Madrid has the most players at this year’s event in Qatar.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are as follows: Ivo Grbic, Nahuel Molina, Rodrigo De Paul, Angel Correa, Joao Felix and Antoine Griezmann.
Tottenham – 6
Greater numbers of Tottenham players participated in this year’s competition in Qatar.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are: Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris, Ivan Perisic, Richarlison, Cristian Romero, and Eric Dier.
Juventus – 6
The World Cup this year, which is being held in Qatar, included fewer Juventus players than any World Cup before it.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are Adrien Rabiot, Danilo, Alex Sandro, Bremer, Leandro Paredes, and Angel Di Maria.
Arsenal – 6
The World Cup this year included more Arsenal players than any World Cup before it.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are: Aaron Ramsdale, Benjamin White, Bukayo Saka, William Saliba, Gabriel Jesus, and Gabriel Martinelli.
Sevilla – 6
Sevilla players participated in greater numbers at the Qatar World Cup this year.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are: Yassine Bounou, Youssef En-Nesyri, Alex Telles, Gonzalo Montiel, Marcos Acuna, and Alejandro Gomez.
Barcelona – 6
The Qatar World Cup this year included fewer Barcelona players than any World Cup before it.
Only 5 players remained in Qatar which are: Jules Kounde, Ousmane Dembele, Raphinha, Memphis Depay, and Frenkie de Jong.
The Qatar World Cup this year featured fewer Liverpool players than any World Cup before it.
Only six players remained in Qatar which are Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho, Alisson Becker, Ibrahima Konate, and Henderson of England.