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Meet The 32 Captains Leading Their Teams Into Battle

From youngster, talented to wily veterans, the 2018 FIFA World Cup team captains grandstand their countries’ character, passion and ache to win.

Featuring on the list are dynamic captains, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and John Mikel Obi. In any case, these are just a couple of many remarkable captains competing for World Cup glory in Russia.

Igor Akinfeev (Russia). 32

Osama Hawsawi (Saudi Arabia). 32

Essam El Hadary (Egypt). 45

Diego Godin (Uruguay). 32

Sergio Ramos (Spain). 32

John Obi Mikel (Nigeria). 31

Thiago Silva or Neymar (Brazil). 33 and 26 (Rotation Policy* )

Stephan Lichtsteiner (Switzerland). 34

Bryan Ruiz (Costa Rica). 32

Branislav Ivanovic(Serbia). 34

Manuel Neuer (Germany). 32

Andres Guardado (Mexico). 31

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal). 33

Ashkan Dejagah (Iran). 31

Medhi Benatia (Morocco). 31

Hugo Lloris (France). 31

Mile Jedinak (Australia). 33

Paolo Guerrero (Peru). 34

Simon Kjaer (Denmark). 29

Leo Messi (Argentina). 30

Aron Gunnarsson (Iceland). 29

Luka Modric (Croatia). 32

Andreas Granqvist (Sweden). 33

Ki Sung-yueng (South Korea). 29

Eden Hazard (Belgium). 27

Felipe Baloy (Panama). 37

Wahbi Khazri (Tunisia). 27

Harry Kane (England). 24 

Robert Lewandowski (Poland). 29

Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal). 28

Radamel Falcao (Colombia). 32

Makoto Hasebe (Japan). 34