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Cameroon

Cameroon will compete in their ninth World Cup after missing the last tournament in Russia. They qualified for Qatar after defeating Algeria in the qualifying play-offs, with Karl Toko Ekambi emerging as the match-winner in the dying seconds.

Cameroon became the first African team to reach the World Cup quarterfinals in 1990. They are in Group G for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, along with Brazil, Serbia, and Switzerland.

The Indomitable Lions' best chance is to take points from games against Switzerland and Serbia and hope that Brazil is already out before they play in the group decider, as they have a bad record against the five-time world winners. Cameroon, on the other hand, has enough of experience in their World Cup roster and will be expecting to surprise everyone come November.

The coach also picked two home-based players, Souaibou Marou and Jerome Ngom, who had just gained their maiden caps in a friendly against Jamaica hours before.

Vincent Aboubakar will lead the squad, having competed as a youngster in the 2010 World Cup and again in Brazil in 2014, when Cameroon last featured in the finals.

It will also be the third World Cup appearance for 32-year-old defender Nicolas Nkoulou and Bayern Munich forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.

Nkoulou returned to the team in September after a five-year break, having retired after the team won the Africa Cup of Nations in 2017.

Lyon forward Karl Toko Ekambi has scored 12 goals in 50 international appearances for his country and has a solid goalscoring record in France and earlier in La Liga with Villarreal.

Captain Aboubakar, who plays for Saudi Professional League team Al Nassr, is another figure to keep an eye on, as are Bayern Munich striker Choupo-Moting and Napoli midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa.

Portugal

Portugal's national football team, led by one of the greatest forwards of all time, Cristiano Ronaldo, will play in the men's FIFA World Cup for the first time in Qatar.

It will be Portugal's sixth straight World Cup appearance, having competed in each tournament since 2002.However, the Selecao has only been in one semi-final since 2006, and no quarter-finals since then.

Furthermore, Qatar 2022 will be Cristiano Ronaldo's fifth and last FIFA World Cup appearance.The five-time Ballon d'Or (best football player award) winner is the international league's greatest scorer with 117 goals, but has struggled for form this season at Manchester United.

Portugal (POR) won Euro 2016 and the UEFA Nations League in 2018-19, although they have just three wins in the following three editions.

Uruguay, who overcame Portugal in the last 16 in 2018, will challenge Portugal for top position in Group H. The other two teams in Group H, South Korea and Ghana, will not be given a free pass either.

On November 24, Portugal will kick off their campaign against Ghana.Portugal, ranked ninth in the world, will play Uruguay on November 28 before meeting South Korea in their final group match on December 2. All matches are accessible for live streaming in India.

Portugal, which has been led by Fernando Santos since 2014, has developed a plethora of options in various positions and will not rely solely on Cristiano Ronaldo for goals.In the meantime, Manchester City captain Ruben Dias and experienced Pepe are expected to lead Portugal's defense.

Ghana

Ghana, making their first FIFA World Cup appearance since 2014, has had a rocky road to Qatar 2022 with an early 2021 Africa Cup of Nations departure.

Ghana exited the AFCON group stages for the first time since 2006, with one of their poorest performances in the African showcase.

The perennial underdogs with a knack for fighting above their weight will be up against Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea in Group H at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.

Otto Addo led Ghana to their fourth FIFA World Cup, becoming the first man to coach and play in the global event.

The Black Stars qualified for Qatar via the away goals rule following a goalless draw at home and a 1-1 tie in Abuja in their qualifying playoff matches against Nigeria.

In Qatar, veteran campaigner and captain André Ayew will lead the assault for Ghana.

Ayew, the son of Ghanaian icon Abedi Pele, is on the verge of becoming the Black Stars' most capped player. He just matched former captain Asamoah Gyan's record of 109 appearances.

Ayew, 32, has been a stalwart of Ghana's team since his World Cup debut in South Africa in 2010. He was voted the tournament's second-best young player and again made an impression for Ghana four years later in Brazil in 2014.

Uruguay

The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) announced the country's 2022 FIFA World Cup team on Friday.

Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde, Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo, and Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez are among the more notable names on the list.

Veteran players like as Diego Godin of Velez Sarsfield, Fernando Muslera of Galatasaray, Luis Suarez of Nacional, and Edinson Cavani of Valencia were also included to the Qatar 2022 squad.

Facundo Pellistri, a teenage Manchester United winger, will make his World Cup debut.

Galatasaray's Lucas Torreira, Trabzonspor's Maxi Gomez, and Fenerbahce's Diego Rossi are among the other Uruguayan players well-known to Turkish fans.

Torreira and Gomez were called up, while Rossi was not included in the squad of 26.

Uruguay will compete in Qatar for their third FIFA World Cup championship, following triumphs in 1930 and 1950.

Uruguay is once again a World Cup dark horse as they prepare for their 14th World Cup competition. It's what you'd expect from a country that has previously won the event — La Celeste were winners in two of the first four World Cups — and advanced to the semifinals in 2010.

What counts most in Qatar, though, is the skill on the field. Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, and Diego Godin are all in their late 30s and will be looking for one more lucky run. This might also be the event where the next generation of stars emerges.

La Celeste always seems to find a way, even during the latest World Cup qualifiers, when everything looked bleak and great manager Oscar Washington Tabarez was fired. They eventually made it, and they're one of the favourites to progress from Group H in Qatar. And if Uruguay, with their trademark battle and grit known as the Garra Charrua, gets into the knockouts, everything is possible.

South Korea

Heung-Min Son was unable to partake in the 2022 FIFA World Cup after shattering his eye socket in Tottenham Hotspur's UEFA Champions League match last week. Song, on the other hand, announced days later on his Instagram page that he will compete in Qatar. South Korea's head coach, Paulo Bento, has chosen a dangerous lineup for the World Cup in Qatar, lead by Son.

South Korea will compete in the World Cup for the tenth time in a row. The Asian titans shocked the world by defeating reigning champions Germany 2-0 in the 2018 World Cup.

The match, now known as "The Miracle on Kazan," is one of South Korea's most famous victories, despite the fact that the Asian giants placed third in the group stages and did not advance to the knockout rounds despite defeating Germany.

They will be among the underdogs at the World Cup in Qatar. In the past, the club has pulled off multiple surprises. With Son at peak condition, he may be a fearsome adversary.

South Korea, on the other hand, is in a challenging group with Uruguay, Portugal, and Ghana. The Asian superpower will begin its World Cup campaign against Uruguay in Group H. Paulo Bento has been training South Korean players every day since they arrived in Doha on Monday, including two sessions on Thursday and Saturday. Bento moved a morning session along the road to late afternoon, as players wanted a change to avoid the oppressive conditions of the Gulf nation.

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