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As much as coaches value experience in major tournaments like the FIFA world cup, some young players are just so good that they are difficult to ignore. Many young players who are heading to Qatar fall into that category. Below are the youngest players that will grace the tournament that is set to begin a few days from now in Qatar.

1. Youssoufa Moukoko.

The youngest player that will feature in the showpiece in Qatar is Borussia Dortmund’s Youssoufa Moukoko. At the age of 17, he has been one of the best performers for the Bundesliga side this season having scored six goals in all competitions.

He is yet to play for Germany and he might make his debut for his country at the 2022 world cup in Qatar.

2. Garang Kuol.

The youngster who was born in 2004 has rarely played any significant games in professional football but he is already going to a world cup. He made his debut for his country in an international friendly earlier and he might become one of the surprise packages of the 2022 world cup. Kuop is 18 years old and his potential convinced Newcastle to sign him.

3. Gavi.

The Spain and Barcelona midfielder is no stranger to the limelights and everyone has been aware of his potential since the last few months. Gavi has already played 12 times for Spain at the age of 18 and he has shown enough to suggest that he will be a key player for them in the future.

4. Jewison Bennette.

At 18, he is already a mainstay in Costa Rica’s senior men’s side and that is set to continue into the world cup. He was pivotal during their qualifying campaign and he will sure be crucial to their chances of causing an upset in the upcoming tournament.

5. Bilal El Khannouss.

The last player on my list plays for an African country, Morocco. The teenager played his way into the plans of the Moroccan manager with some breathtaking performances for Belgian league side Genk.

At 18, he will hope to continue his development by playing a major part in his country’s plans for the FIFA world cup in Qatar.

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