Currently managed by Hervé Renard, the Moroccan national soccer team has the distinction of having the most foreign-born players of any country competing at the 2018 World Cup
. The Lions of the Atlas have a sizeable quota of players born in other countries including Canada, France, the Netherlands and Spain. According to a new report from FIFA
, 61.5 percent of the team was born in a different country. Senegal has the second-highest complement of foreign born players at 39.4 percent while Portugal comes third with 32.1 percent.