The World Cup will be held every four years, with the Qatar World Cup taking place in 2022.
The tournament will feature youthful and exciting players, legendary offensive players, and notable wingers from previous generations, in addition to two of the greatest players of all time (GOATs).
After overcoming Switzerland, the Netherlands will face France in the quarterfinals.
We feel that these are the world’s best forwards right now.
5. Vinícius Jr, Brazil
We have no trouble standing up for our convictions.
Vincius’ performance has increased after Carlo Ancelotti came over as Real Madrid manager.
During the 2021-22 season, he scored 42 goals and assisted on 22 others in 52 games, helping Los Blancos win their 14th championship.
“Vincius Jr.’s at Real Madrid” is a popular phrase in the Spanish capital.
4. Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal
The 37-year-old is as driven as he was 20 years ago, both on and off the field.
Portugal has returned to Old Trafford after a thirteen-year absence. After finishing second in the Premier League, the team recruited Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane. People expected the season to go well when he returned, but that was not the case. The lone threat posed by Manchester United came from their number seven.
El Bicho scored 18 goals and helped on three others for United’s weakest Premier League team in history. United would have lost for the third time in a row if he hadn’t scored six goals in six Champions League games.
Ronaldo wants to win championships, but Old Trafford may not be the greatest place for him right now. The striker’s position in the 2022-23 season is unclear.
The number seven continues to score goals no matter where he goes.
3. Kylian Mbappé, France
Mbappé is bound for greatness after being the youngest player to score in a World Cup final since Pelé.
In 2021-22, despite playing alongside Neymar and Messi, he led PSG in assists and goals.
Mbappé wants to help France win back-to-back World Cups for the first time since Brazil in 1962.
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2. Robert Lewandowski, Poland
The number nine is at the apex of the compass. This striker has the most Bundesliga goals in the last six seasons and is only 53 goals away from breaking Gerd Muller’s all-time record (365).
Lewandowski currently has the European Golden Boot. He scored 76 goals in the preceding two seasons, winning him this championship.
If everything goes as planned, the world’s most dangerous striker will square up against the world’s best footballer in this year’s El Clásico.
1. Karim Benzema, France
Monsieur Benzema is the world’s best player and the Ballon d’Or winner.
Real Madrid appointed a new captain after Cristiano Ronaldo left the club in 2018.
So far, he has helped Real Madrid win the Supercopa, LaLiga, and Champions League.
The French striker won every knockout round in LaLiga and the Champions League (including hat-tricks against both PSG and Manchester City).
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Benzema was kicked from the national team in 2014 because his former teammate, Mathieu Valbuena, suspected him of blackmail. The fantastic Real Madrid team did not win the World Cup in 2018.
The Frenchman has been summoned by Didier Deschamps for Euro 2020 duty. Benzema had a key role in France’s first Nations League title in 2021.
The striker aspires to win the World Cup in 2022. Individually and collectively, the five-time Champions League winner believes he and Les Blues can win the globe crown this year.