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Shocking: African players who are still in the world cup











The ongoing world cup in Russia brought all teams which qualified together despite the race. African teams have played to their best unfortunately non qualified to the round of 16.

But again its interesting because there are Africans still playing several matches in the world cup. These players are doing their best and can even be considered world cup best players. Below are these Africans still at the world cup:

Paul Pogba (midfielder): Born in France to Guinean parents. Plays for Manchester United.

Thomas Lemar (midfielder): Born in France and is of Nigerian/Guadeloupe descent. His grandfather played for the Super Eagles. Plays for Monaco.

Corentin Tolisso (midfielder): Born in France with a father of Togolese descent. Plays for Bayern Munich.

N’Golo Kanté (midfielder): Born in France to Malian parents. Plays for Chelsea.

Blaise Matuidi (midfielder): Born in France to an Angolan father and a Congolese mother. Plays for Juventus.

Steven Nzonzi (midfielder): Born in France to parents of DR Congo descent. Plays for Sevilla.

Kylian Mbappé (striker): Born in France to a Cameroonian father and an Algerian mother. Plays for Paris Saint-Germain‚ on loan from Monaco.

Ousmane Dembélé (striker): Born in France to a Nigerian/Malian father and a Mauritian/Senegalese mother. Plays for Barcelona.

Nabil Fekir (striker): Born in France to parents of Algerian descent. Plays for Lyon.







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