Qatar 2022: Jesús Ferreira becomes the third Colombian to play a World Cup with the USA.

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David Ferreira's son was summoned by coach Gregg Berhalter to play in the world cup, in which they are part of Group B together with England, Wales and Iran

Qatar 2022: Jesús Ferreira becomes the third Colombian to play a World Cup with the USA.

Jesús Ferreira, a Colombian national, has seven goals for the United States team. Image: Getty Images.

11 days to get the ball rolling at Qatar 2022In the opening game on November 20, which will be played by the host country against the Ecuadorian team, the participating teams are announcing their list of 26 players to face the orbital event, which will take place for the first time in the Middle East.

The Colombian team will be one of the great absentees in the world cup despite having a large list of players, who did not reach their third classification in a row after a rough qualifying process with the Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz and later with Reinaldo Rueda .

However, the coffee country will participate in Qatar 2022 in one way or another. First, with referee Nicolás Gallo, who will not dispense justice as such, since he will be one of the referees in charge of the VAR. On the other hand, Colombia will be represented by striker Jesús Ferreira, who was confirmed on the official roster of the United States national team.

This Tuesday the coach of the set of stars and stripes revealed the squad for the World Cup and appears the player of Colombian origin Jesús Ferreira, who plays in Major League Soccer (MLS) defending the colors of FC Dallas.

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The attacker was born on December 24, 2000 in Santa Marta (Magdalena), Jesús Ferreira is the son of former soccer player David Ferreira, who in Colombia played for América de Cali, Santa Fe, Atlético Huila, among other clubs, while in football from abroad he was part of Athletico Paranaense (Brazil), Al-Shabab (United Arab Emirates) and FC Dallas of the United States.

At the age of 16, Jesús Ferreira was signed by FC Dallas, and made his professional debut on June 3, 2017 in a 6-2 win over Real Salt Lake. In that same match, the samarium scored his first goal with the Texan squad.

In 2016 he received his first call to join the United States under-17 team. With the senior team he received, he was called up in 2020 for a friendly match against Costa Rica, while his debut in the opposite network was with a goal poker for the 2022-23 Concacaf Nations League against Granada.

< p class="paragraph">In this way, Jesús Ferreira becomes the third player of Colombian origin to play a World Cup with the North American team. Previously, Carlos Llamosa did it in Korea-Japan 2002, and Alejandro Bedoya in Brazil 2014.

Call by the United States for Qatar 2022

< p class="paragraph">GOALKEEPERS

Matt Turner (Arsenal/ENG)

Sean Johnson (New York City FC/USA)

Ethan Horvath (Luton Town)


Sergiño Dest (Milan/ITA)

Walker Zimmerman (Nashville/USA)

Tim Ream (Fulham/ING)

Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls/USA)

Antonee Robinson (Fulham/ING)

Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic/ESC)

DeAndre Yedlin (Inter Miami/USA)

Shaq Moore (Nashville/USA)

Joe Scally ( Borussia Mönchengladbach/ALE)


Brenden Aaronson (Leeds United/ING)

Kellyn Acosta (LAFC/USA)

Tyler Adams (Leeds United/ING)

Luca de la Torre (Celta de Vigo/ESP)

Weston McKennie (Juventus/ITA)

Yunus Musah (Valencia/ESP)

Cristian Roldán (Seattle Sounders)


Jesús Ferreira (Dallas/USA)

Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders/USA)

Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/ING)

Giovanni Reyna (Borussia Dortmund/ALE)

Josh Sargent (Norwich City/ING)

Tim Weah (Lille/FRA)

Haji Wright (Antalyaspor/TUR)

The American team is part of Group B of Qatar 2022 along with Iran, the United States and Wales, who will be the first rival on November 21 at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadi um.