FIFA World Cup, known simply as the World Cup, is indeed an international professional football tournament debated by the high ranking men’s national teams of members of FIFA, the sport’s world ruling body.
Argentina Places Their Trust in Lionel Messi
Argentina is the team with the seventh-highest value in Qatar. Lautaro Martinez, a 25-year-old Inter Milan forward, is their most valuable player, costing $73 million. Just behind him stands Argentina’s captain Lionel Messi, who is ten years older than him and is worth around $50 million.
Messi is without a doubt the finest soccer player of twenty-first century, if not the GOAT. Several truly think he will not achieve GOAT status unless he returns this World Cup championship title to his homeland.
The oddsmakers believe that scenario is likely to play out in December. Argentina is regarded as the third favorite to win in Qatar.
Portugal Is Waiting for Cristiano Ronaldo’s Final Dance
Portugal’s national soccer team is the world’s third most valuable. And over a few more Portuguese players are worth more than $30M. What’s odd would be that team captain Cristiano Ronaldo is not among them.
Nonetheless, the 37-year-old has so much to offer this team. Portugal could go far with his assistance. Online sportsbooks, on the other hand, are skeptical. The majority of them have Portugal ranked eighth among top trophy contenders, with betting odds of +1600.