Five football players who have played for more than one country


Victor Moses. He has represented both England and Nigeria. [Photo/owngoalnigeria.com ]

World Cup players represents their countries for both pride and honor. However, do you know that there are players at the World Cup who played for more than one country? Well, here are five players who played for different countries:

Victor Moses

Moses was once considered a wonder kid in England’s under 21 football competitions. He later on declared for his birth nation, Nigeria. Currently he represented his team in the Russia 2018 World Cup, but unfortunately got eliminated by Argentina.

Wilfred Zaha

While still playing in the Championship league, Zaha was an England player. His pace on the wing was a real deal for England. However, he switched allegiances to his birth country Ivory Coast. He represented Ivory Coast at the African Cup of Nations.

Thiago Motta

Motta could play for both Brazil and Italy because of heritage. He started his international career with Brazil, where he was born. He later on switched to Italy after winning two caps.

Diego Costa

Costa was born in Brazil. He started his football career with Brazil. He later on deflected to Spain just before Brazil hosted the World Cup. With his new team, they flopped at the 2014 World Cup tournament.

Luis Monti

He is the only player to have played at the World Cup finals with two different teams. He started his international career with Argentina before moving to Italy.

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Five football players who have played for more than one country Five football players who have played for more than one country



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