Game record holders from each selection

Game record holders from each selection

Today Spain starts on the path that can qualify for the 2022 World Cup. And the match against Greece, valid for the first round of Group B of the European qualifiers, will have a special value for its captain.

If used by Luis Enrique, defender Sergio Ramos will play his 179th game with Roja’s shirt and Oman Ahmed Mubarak as the second player who has defended the selection the most in the history of football.

The record belongs to former Egyptian midfielder Ahmed Hassan, who defended his country 184 times between 1995 and 2012 and, curiously, never played in the World Cup.

On the other hand, the defenders of Real Madrid have already done four editions of the most important football tournament on the planet. More than this: He had the opportunity to win the 2010 title, the only one in Spain’s history.

Sergio Ramos has been on the national team since 2005. At the age of 34, he is the oldest player in the squad for the inauguration of the qualifiers – goalkeeper David De Gay, left-hander Jordan Alba, midfielder Sergio Bus and midfielder Sergio Canal among others. Thirty-one in the list.

Of the teams usually fighting to go to the World Cup, only six players have registered players who have crossed the home of 170 matches played with national jerseys: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Italy, Portugal and of course From, Spain.

Brazil is far from this mark. Former righty Kaifu, Penta captain, Hopscotch: is the record holder for appearances with 142 matches. Of the active players, Neymar played the most 103 times.

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The “Rafael Reece Blog” has featured at the bottom of a complete list with a record holder of 50 of the most important teams today. All those who went to the Russian World Cup three years ago are in a relationship.

Of the 32 places for the 2022 World Cup, only one is already full and belongs to Qatar, which is classified as the host country. Due to the summer heat in the Middle East, the tournament will not be played in June / July, as usual, but at the end of the year.

The next World Cup is scheduled to begin on 21 November next year. The final will be played on December 18 at the National Stadium in Lussail, a city being built to host the competition.

Record holders of each selection:

EGYPT – Ahmed Hassan – 184 matches
SAUDI ARABIA – MOHAMMED AL-DEYA – 178 games
Spain – Sergio Ramos – 178 matches
MEXICO – Claudio Suarez – 177 games
Italy – Gianluigi Buffon – 176 matches
Portugal – Cristiano Ronaldo – 171 matches
Ecuador – Ivan Hurtado – 168 games
United States – Coby Jones – 164 Games
Japan – Yashuhito Endo – 152 matches
IRAN – Javed Nekunam – 151 matches
Germany – Lothar Math – 150 matches
PANAMA – Gabriel Gomez – 149 games
PARAGUAY – PAULO DA SILVA – 148 matches
Sweden – Anders Svensson – 148 matches
ARGENTINA – Javier Masherano – 147 games
UCRNIA – Anatoly Timoshchuk – 144 parts
Ireland – Robbie Keane – 146 Part
Brazil – Capu – 142 matches
France – Lillian Thuram – 142 matches
Uruguay – Diego Godin – 139 matches
Costa Rica – Walter Centeno – 137 games
Chile – Alexis Sanchez – 136 games
South Korea – Cha Boom-kun and Hong Myung-bo – 136 matches
Crotia – Darijo Sreena – 134 Games
Netlandlands – Wesley Sneijder – 134 matches
Romania – Doriel Muntanu – 134 games
Denmark – Peter Schmeichel – 129 matches
Venezuela – Juan Arengo – 129 games
Peru – Roberto Palacios – 128 games
Russia – Sergey Ignashevich – 127 matches
Slovakia – Marek Hamasik – 126 matches
England – Peter Shilton – 125 matches
Belgium – Jan Wertongen – 124 games
Turkey – Rustom Recbar – 120 matches
Switzerland – Heinz Herman – 118 matches
Poland – Robert Lewandowski – 116 matches
Margo – Nouradin Naibet – 115 Part
Colombia – Carlos Valderrama – 111 matches
Norway – John Arne Reese – 110 matches
Australia – Mark Schwarzer – 109 matches
Hungary – Balazs Dzhudzsak e Gabor Kiraly – 108 Parties
SERBIA – Bransillav Ivanovich – 105 matches
Tunisia – Radhe Zaidi – 105 games
ICELAND – Runner Christinson – 104 Games
Austria – Andy Herzog – 103 matches
BOL BVIA – Ronald Raldes – 102 Sports
Nigeria – Joseph Yobo and Vincent Enema – 101 matches
ALGERIA – Lakhdata Beloumi – 100 matches
Walls – Chris Gunter – 99 matches
Senegal – Henry Camara – 99 games

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