Good day esteemed readers and opera hub lovers, I hope you're having a good time, this article contains the name of the footballer who played for two teams in a day, how is that even possible? Read and find out.
Football is a sport of great recognition throughout out the world, it is fun and entertaining for both players and fans. In football, a player can belong to only one club at a time and there's no player who belongs to two different clubs. Also, you can't find a team playing two matches in a day, so how did this unknown legend pull this stunt? He played two matches in one day for two different teams.
The Manchester United legend and Wales country man Mark Hughes is the man behind this crazy happening. He played for two teams in one day; Bayern Munich and Wales (his country). It happened in the best of ways.
This is how it happened
Mark Hughes was newly signed into Bayern Munich back then and his new club had a match on the same day that Wales had a match, both teams couldn't play without the legend and the matches were not in a close time range, Mark Hughes consulted Uli Hoeness who told him he could play for Wales at noon and still get on a flight to play for Bayern in the evening, Bayern Munich played against Borrusia Monchengladbach and Mark Hughes played in the second half of the match, so good that his club Bayern Munich won the Match. What a good day in history for Bayern Munich, Wales and Mark Hughes. Legends will always be legends.
Which other player has played for two teams in a day?
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