Injured Dybala named in Argentina’s World Cup squad | Qatar World Cup 2022 News

Argentina has introduced a World Cup squad that options Messi, Di Maria, Otamendi and surprisingly, an injured Dybala.

A assured Argentina crew shall be heading to Qatar in what seems to be Lionel Messi’s fifth and remaining World Cup. The South American powerhouse has not misplaced a match since their Copa América semi-final defeat to Brazil in 2019.

In 2022, La Albiceleste scored an unbelievable 21 targets whereas solely conceding two. Additionally they beat European champions Italy in La Finalissima earlier this 12 months after successful the 2021 Copa América.

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That is anticipated to be Messi’s remaining World Cup [Photo by Andres Kudacki /AFP]

Given their success, it’s maybe unsurprising that Argentina supervisor Lionel Scaloni has named most of his regulars to this World Cup squad. He has even included Paulo Dybala, who’s at present injured and has not featured for Roma since October.

Argentina will play Saudi Arabia of their opening match on November 22, earlier than taking over Mexico and Poland.

The Argentina crew in full:

Goalkeepers

  • Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa)
  • Franco Armani (River Plate)
  • Geronimo Rulli (Villarreal)

Defenders

  • Nicolas Otamendi (Benfica)
  • Gonzalo Montiel (Sevilla)
  • Nahuel Molina (Atletico Madrid)
  • German Pezzella (Actual Betis)
  • Cristian Romero (Tottenham Hotspur)
  • Lisandro Martinez (Manchester United)
  • Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
  • Nicolas Tagliafico (Lyon)
  • Marcos Acuna (Sevilla)

Midfielders

  • Leandro Paredes (Juventus)
  • Guido Rodriguez (Actual Betis)
  • Enzo Fernandez (Benfica)
  • Rodrigo De Paul (Atletico Madrid)
  • Exequiel Palacios (Bayer Leverkusen)
  • Alejandro Gomez (Sevilla)
  • Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Forwards

  • Paulo Dybala (AS Roma)
  • Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain)
  • Angel Di Maria (Juventus)
  • Nicolas Gonzalez (Fiorentina)
  • Joaquin Correa (Inter Milan)
  • Lautaro Martinez (Inter Milan)
  • Julian Alvarez (Manchester Metropolis)

‘Dozens killed or injured’ in Russian attack on Zaporizhzhia | Russia-Ukraine war News

Ukraine’s army says in a single day shelling brought about extreme harm to residential buildings within the metropolis.

Dozens of individuals have been killed within the southeastern metropolis of Zaporizhzhia after the Russian army shelled the town throughout the evening, the overall workers of Ukraine’s armed forces says.

“In a single day, the Russian occupiers cynically struck the residential buildings and civil infrastructure,” the army’s central command stated on its Fb web page on Sunday.

“Details about victims is being confirmed, however it’s already identified about dozens of useless or injured.”

Earlier, metropolis official Anatoliy Kurtev stated at the very least 17 folks had been killed in an in a single day bombardment.

“On account of an in a single day missile assault on Zaporizhzhia, condo buildings and roads in a residential space of the town have been broken,” native official Anatoliy Kurtev, the secretary of the town’s administration, wrote on the Telegram messaging app.

“Right now, 17 individuals are identified to have died.”

Russia is below rising stress on the battlefield in Ukraine, the place Ukrainian forces proceed to push ahead in a counteroffensive that started within the Kharkiv area originally of final month.

On Saturday, Moscow introduced a brand new commander for the struggle, air power chief Sergey Surovikin, after final month saying the annexation of 4 occupied areas, in breach of worldwide legislation, and the mobilisation of some 300,000 reservists.

Town of Zaporizhzhia is about 125km (80 miles) from Europe’s largest nuclear energy plant, which Russia occupied shortly after invading Ukraine on February 24.

The plant misplaced its final exterior energy supply within the early hours of Saturday morning amid renewed artillery fireplace and is now reliant on emergency diesel turbines to chill the reactors and meet different security necessities.

All six reactors at Europe’s largest nuclear plant are shut down.