The UEFA Champions League remains the biggest competition or tournament that combines all European clubs. It is no longer news that the top five (5) leagues in Europe which are Spanish La Liga, Bundesliga, English Premier League, Italian Serie A and French Ligue 1 present four (4) clubs each during the seasonal competition.
The World Cup is the biggest competition in international football. It is even the most watched sporting event in the world. Since 1930, the biggest footballing countries have been competing for the title of world champion every 4 years. Some players stood out for the number of goals they managed to score in this competition.
Throughout the history of the FIFA World Cup tournament, over 2000 goals have been registered by different stars. During every World Cup tournament, heroes are discovered, stars are born and legends retire. But the most celebrated set of people are the highest goalscorers. Here are the highest goalscorers in the history of the world cup tournament.
In the next few years, Qatar is destined to become the focal center of world football, hosting important competitions such as the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 Asian Cup. As a result, the Qatar Stars League has received a lot of recent attention in an attempt to attract major players to help it appear as a modern hub for global football.
Bayern Munich's match against Greuther Fuerth ended 3-1 in favour of the Reds. Joshua Kimmich and Thomas Muller both scored for Bayern Munich but Lewandowski didn't. His failure to score in that match ended his ridiculous goal scoring streak. Now, let us run through players who registered the most goal scoring streaks in football history.
The champions league is a prestigious competition just like the world cup.Many players have spent their entire footballing career without lifting the great champions league.
Some footballers have been seen overtime getting involved in other sports, either professionally or for fun, but most of their followers and fans might not know that their favourite super star and talented footballer have engaged themselves in other sports before. In this article We'll be taking look at 6 Footballers who have played other sports before apart from the football they are known for, and they are Gabriel Batistuta, Andriy Shevchenko, Ivan Perisic, Joe Hart, Paolo Maldini and Petr Cech
Cristiano Ronaldo is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time and the Juventus forward continues to break records at the age of 35. The Portuguese superstar is still operating at the highest peak of football, donning the colours of European gentry and scoring goals for fun, but he has still enjoyed another brilliant season on a personal level. We’ve taken a look at 7 records the forward has broken or equalled in year 2020 . 1. First player to score 30+ goals in a single season in three of Europe’s
1. MOST LA LIGA HAT-TRICKS IN A SEASON hat-tricks have always held a special place in the world of football. The Argentina international holds the record for most La Liga hat-tricks in one season with eight. 2.CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TOP SCORER FOUR YEARS IN A ROW. ending the champions league campaign as the leading goal scorer is but a faint dream to most footballers. Lionel messi is the only player to ever finish as the champions league or european cup to score in four straight season. 3.MOST GOALS SCORED FOR ARGENTINA
Argentina and Barcelona legend Lionel Messi became Argentina's most capped player on Monday when he captained his country Argentina in their 4-1 win over Bolivia at the Copa America. The football legend has now made 148 appearances for his home country Argentina breaking former Barcelona teammate Mascherrano who had 147 caps.
Lionel Messi is one of the greatest players that has played for the Argentina National team. Among the players all over the world, Lionel Messi is regarded as one of the best players. He has a lot of Achievements as a player. He is currently playing in the ongoing Copa America Tournament and will be hoping to win his first major international trophy.
Many well-known professional footballers have ventured into various other areas of life.Many footballers have featured in movies while some are part time musicians, and many others have tried out other careers apart from professional football.
Argentina were in action tonight against Chile for their opening match of the COPA AMERICA. And Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi was able to get himself on the scoresheet with an Unbelievable free-kick in the first half. And in so doing he has set a new record for himself.
Lionel Messi won his first national team trophy as Angel Di María's goal in Saturday's Copa América final helped Argentina beat Brazil by 1 - 0, thus winning their first national team trophy. The victory at Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium ended Argentina's 28-year wait for a major trophy and also ended Brazil's 2,500 day undefeated record at home.
Football is very interesting to watch.There are players who are said to be legends.While other important players are infamous because they were forgotten.I am going to list out the most underrated players in football history.1.Gabriel Batistuta: Born on 1st February, 1969 The Argentine striker is known for scoring from almost anywhere on the pitch.
Let's take a look at the most prolific attackers in international football, which includes a wide variety of players from across the globe 10. Sandor Kocsis Sándor Péter Kocsis was a Hungarian footballer who played for Ferencváros TC, Budapest Honvéd, Young Fellows Zürich, FC Barcelona and Hungary as a striker.The former Barcelona man hit an amazing 75 goals in 68 games for Hungary in an international career that lasted just eight years.
The debate on who is the greatest player between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi is one that will continue to trend for many years. The late Argentinian and former Napoli star player Diego Maradona once shared his views between countryman Lionel Messi and Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo over who the better player is. Even fans across the world share different opinions on who is the greatest player between them. It can be recalled that Lionel Messi has won 6 Ballon d'or trophies while Cristiano Ronaldo
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has set a new record after scoring two goals against Napoli to become the fourth player in Serie A to score in his first six league games of the season, the only three players that have scored on their first six matches of the season at Gabriel Batistuta of Fiorentina, he was the first player to achieve that feat in 1994-1995 season. Christian Vieri of Inter Milan matched that record in the 2002-2003 season, In 2018-2019 season Krzysztof Piatek did the same with Genoa. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has
AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic beats Cristiano Ronaldo to set Serie A record. The 39 years "young" striker has always proven his critics, nature and age wrong as he blazes on in fine form when on the pitch like a player who is ageless. Napoli took on AC Milan in one of the most anticipated matches in the Italian Serie A, Zlatan Ibrahimovic opened the scoring at the Stadio San Paolo in the 20th minute, and he later made it 2-0 with his second goal of the night in the 54th minute. The opener from the Swedish man
Up until 1995, the award was often referred to as the European Footballer of the Year award as it was only open to European players at European clubs. The eligibility rules were changed in 1995 to allow non-European players to be eligible for the award if they played for a European club. Then in 2007, any player in the world became eligible. Ever since George Weah won the Ballon d’Or in 1995 since then, no African player has been able to win the prestigious award. Well, below are 6 African Footballers who