Clément Diop
Khadim N’Diaye
Alfred Gomis
Kara Mbodji
Kalidou Koulibaly
Fallou Diagne
Youssouf Sabaly
Salif Sané
Adama Mbengue
Saliou Ciss
Lamine Gassama
Moussa Wagué
Idrissa Gana Gueye
Cheikhou Kouyaté
Cheikh Ndoye
Badou Ndiaye
Alfred N’Diaye
Assane Dioussé
Sadio Mané
Moussa Sow
Moussa Konaté
Keita Baldé Diao
Diafra Sakho
Opa N’Guette
M’Baye Niang
No team has maximized their FIFA World Cup finals experience like Senegal. In their lone appearance to date, they recorded one of the event’s all-time upsets by besting holders France and Zinedine Zidane in the Group Stage and going on to reach the quarterfinals. Now Aliou Cisse, a defender on that famous team, has the Lions of Teranga back with a new crop of English Premier League-tested stars. Liverpool’s Sadio Mané is their match-winner. West Ham’s Cheikhou Kouyaté is their captain. Together, they are hunting more history in a wide-open Group H with Poland, Colombia and Japan.