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From time to time we get into contention with friends over who has racked up more trophies, and football fans often judge the achievement and significance of football players by the number of trophies won amid their career. In spite of the fact that this won’t be a precise method for estimating the gauge of a player, the world we live in is exceedingly dependent on figures, so its time to settle it with numbers.

Today CheapGoals take a look at the top 10 most decorated players in world football. Realize that the numbers list represent the numbers of trophies the players have won both at club and country excluding personal awards.

 

10. Kenny Daglish (31 Trophies ) Country: Scotland, Clubs: Celtic & Liverpool

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The King racked up a noteworthy 31 trophies amid his club career with Celtic and Liverpool. Dalglish was the primary hero in the Liverpool sides that ruled English football in the late 70’s/ mid-80s.

The Scott arrived Anfield with a record-breaking fee of £440,000. He was justified regardless of all the cash as he reimbursed this sum numerous times as a player and after that as The Red’s manager. Dalglish won 6 League titles, 1 FA Cup, 4 League Cups and 3 European Cups, all in the space of 8 years – scoring 118 goals.

Scottish First Division (4)

Scottish Cup (4)

Scottish League Cup (1)

Football League First Division (6)

FA Cup (1)

Class Cup (4)

Charity Shield (7)

European Cup (3)

UEFA Super Cup (1)

9. Wael Gomaa ( 32  Trophies)Country: Egypt Clubs: Al-Mehalla, Al-Ahly & Al-Siliya

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Surprised? try not to be, this Egyptian international piled on an amazing 29 trophies amid his career, which spread over more than two decades. The Egyptian defender played for three clubs during his career – Al-Mehalla, Al-Ahly, and Al-Siliya.

CAF Champions League (6)

CAF Super Cup (5)

Egypt Premier League (8)

Egyptian Cup (3)

Egyptian Super Cup (6)

CAF Confederation Cup (1)

Africa Cup Of Nation (3)

8. Victor Baia (33 Trophies) Country: Portugal, Clubs: Fc Porto & Barcelona

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Relatively few would have known about this former Barcelona and FC Porto goalkeeper. Baia had a total of 406 caps for Porto, getting a charge out of a short spell with the Catalan giant. he won the League 10 times with Porto – more than any other player to play in the Portuguese top flight.

Primeira Liga (10)

Portuguese Cup (5)

UEFA Champions League (1)

Intercontinental Cup (2)

Portuguese Super Cup (8)

Supercopa de Espana  (1)

La Liga (1)

Europa Pokal Der Pokalsieger Sieger (1)

Copa del Rey (2)

UEFA Cup (1)

UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (1)

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7. Lionel Messi (33 Trophies) Country: Argentina Club: Barcelona

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We as a whole realize that Messi would make this list. Arguably the GOAT, the Argentine has won a total of 30 trophies with Barcelona. At age 30, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is standing out as truly newsworthy after headlines. His fast feet make it inconceivable for defenders to get him when he’s on the run.

Barcelona star has achieved more trophies than his arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo with 27 trophies

La Liga (9)

U-20 World Cup (1)

Copa Del Rey (6)

Supercopa de Espana (7)

UEFA Champions League 4)

UEFA Super Cup (3)

FIFA Club World Cup (3)

6. Gerard Pique (34 Trophies) Country: Spain Club: Manchester & Barcelona

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Pique has won an amazing number of trophies and he no uncertainty profited from having a remarkably good team around him. This isn’t to imply that his commitments meant any less, they were similarly critical.

Leaving Camp Nou for a short spell of 4 years in his delicate years when he was gobbled up by Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in 2004. He won 3 trophies in his last season at Old Trafford.

Returning back to Barcelona, Pique has added an extraordinary 25 trophies to his cabinet and has assumed a leading role in the Catalunya defense.

World Cup(1)

European Cup (1)

European U-19 (1)

Champions League (4)

Premier League (1)

English League Cup (1)

Community Shield (1)

Laliga (7)

Copa del Rey (5)

Supercopa de Espana (6)

FIFA World Club Cup (1)

5. Iniesta (34 Trophies ) Country: Spain, Club: Barcelona 

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Iniesta has put in a player of the match performances in such huge numbers of finals that it would be tragic in the event that he didn’t make it on our list. The Spaniard, as of now at age 33, is apparently outstanding amongst other midfielders to have ever laced a boot and his incredible trophy haul of 34 is a testament to the incredible career he has had.

La Liga (8)

Copa Del Rey (5)

Supercopa de Espana (6)

World Cup (1)

European Champion(2)

European U-17 Champion (1)

European U-19 Champion (1)

UEFA Champions League (4)

UEFA Super Cup (3)

FIFA Club World Cup (3)

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4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (35 Trophies) Country: Sweden, Clubs: Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, PSG and Man United

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Ibrahimovic ‘s personal trophy cabinet is bigger than those of a few very big Premier League clubs, reasons to admire Zlatan right now. He was available to lift Uefa Europa League despite the fact that he was on crutches. It was trophy number 35 for him since winning his first with Ajax in 2001-02. He lifted trophies with Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, PSG and now the Red Devils. Champions League is the only trophy that keeps on sidestepping him.

Eredivisie (2)

KNVB Cup (1)

KNVB Super Cup (2)

Johan Cruyff Shield (1)

Serie A (4)

Supercoppa Italiana (5)

La Liga (1)

Supercopa de Espana (2)

UEFA Super Cup (1)

FIFA Club World Cup (1)

Ligue 1 (4)

UEFA Europa League (1)

League Cup (1)

Community Shield (1)

Coup de la Ligue (3)

Coup de France (2)

Trophee des Champions (3)

3.  Ryan Giggs (36 Trophies) Country: Wales, Club: Manchester United

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It isn’t unexpected that Ryan Giggs is third on our list. The Manchester United legend was a standout amongst the most coveted and decorated British footballers for quite a while.

Giggs has won a bigger number of trophies than three clubs in England and has won almost every trophy Sir Alex Ferguson lifted, having won an exceptional 36 trophies amid his long and illustrious footballing career.

Premier League (13)

FA Cup (4)

League Cup (4)

FA Community Shield (9)

UEFA Champions League (2)

UEFA Super Cup (1)

Intercontinental Cup (1)

FIFA Club World Cup (2)

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2. Maxwell (38 Trophies ) Country: Brazil, Clubs: Cruzeiro, Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain)

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This is an enormous surprise to many football fans, he presently plays as a left back for Paris Saint-Germain. He likewise played for Cruzeiro, Inter Milan, and Barcelona before moving to Ligue 1. He holds the record for most trophies in any footballers club career with 38 trophies.

Copa do Brasil (1)

Eredivisie (2)

KNVB Cup (1)

KNVB Super Cup (2)

Johan Cruyff Shield (2)

Serie A (3)

Supercoppa Italiana (1)

La Liga (2)

Copa del Rey (1)

Supercopa de Espana (3)

UEFA Champions League (1)

UEFA Super Cup (2)

FIFA Club World Cup (2)

Ligue 1 (4)

Coup de France (3)

Coup de la Ligue (4)

Coup de Champions (4)

1. Dani Alves (40 Trophies) Country: Brazil, Clubs: Bahia, Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus & PSG

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This Defender is the main man on CheapGoals list, he has carved out an impossible reputation as a serial trophy hoarder.

Alves must be burnt out on lifting trophies. The 34-year-old right back still remains the best at his position, none of the other legendary names who have played for the Catalan side has achieved such a feat- yet. When he departs Juventus he had added two more trophies to his consistently expanding trophy cabinet to make it 38. This season he will certainly lift the French League and possibly two League Cups.

Campeonato Baiano (1)

Campeonato de Nordeste (2)

U-20 World Cup(1)

Copa America (1)

UEFA Cup (2)

UEFA Super Cup (4)

Copa del Rey (5)

Supercopa de Espana (6)

La Liga (6)

Confederation Cup (2)

UEFA Champions League (3)

FIFA Club World Cup (3)

Serie A (1)

Ligue 1 (1)

Coup De Franc (1)

Coppa Italia (1)

 

 

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When it comes to loyalty and commitment in the beautiful game, there are few football players who are able to pledge their allegiance and refused to be swayed by big offers. For every Ashley Cole, there’s also a Totti.

There are players who when they reach their potentials, will get easily swayed by money and the probable fame that will follow their transition to other clubs. While other players would simply remain at their current club because of the love they have for the club.

The first set of players who leave the club when bigger clubs come calling are always remembered for their exploits while at the club. But, the second type of football player who ignores the temptations of leaving their ‘most loved’ football club sides is regarded as heroes.

Meanwhile, there are some known players who have showcased utmost loyalty for their respective clubs. For instance, Francesco Totti waved off Real Madrid’s offer in 2006, stating AS Roma as his family and he’s never seen a situation where a child would leave his poor parents to go live with rich strangers.

But what about other unpopular loyal players like Francesco Totti, Stephen Gerrard or even Mark Noble?.

Here’s a list of 7 most loyal football players

  • David Zibung (Goalkeeper) – FC Luzern (18 Years +)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

The life of this Swiss goalkeeper has been all about his boyhood club, FC Luzern. The +37-year old was born in Hergiswil which is in the Nidwalden region in Switzerland.

He joined the youth team of FC Luzern in 1999 and was there till 2003. Zibung grew in leaps and bounds with the Luzern main team, ever since he broke into the first team, he’s never for once considered leaving the club.

Technically, Zibung would’ve spent eighteen years at Luzern by July 2021. But he’s definitely spent more than eighteen years given that he’s been at the club’s feeder team before 2003.

Zibung remains one of the oldest and longest-serving loyal goalkeepers of the Swiss League.

  • Hidekazu Otani (Midfielder) – Kashiwa Reysol (18 Years)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

Otani is a midfielder of note, who joined his one and only club in 2000 as a teenager. Now 36 years-old, Okami has been deployed in many parts of the midfield but his natural position is the defensive midfield where he plays comfortably well.

The Japanese veteran midfielder has on numerous occasions been offered to leave his club but his love for the Sun King club has held him back so much so that he’s willing to retire at the club when the time comes.

While some quarters may believe that Hidekazu Okani had been at Kashiwa for eighteen years, the fans of the club see him as an integral part of the club’s history given that he’s won laurels with the club severally.

  • Igor Akinfeev (Goalkeeper) – CSKA Moscow (18 Years)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

Akinfeev is probably the most popular player we’re x-raying in this Exposé. Akinfeev, Russian, is the Russian National Team goalkeeper and captain, as well as his club side, CSKA Moscow.

History has it that the 34-year old shot-stopper has been at CSKA Moscow since the age of four. His father sent him to the Sports School of CSKA where he began his goalkeeping career and won the Russian Junior Championship in 2002 with the CSKA Moscow team.

Akinfeev would make his debut for CSKA Moscow at sixteen, precisely 2001 where he saved a penalty and also had a clean sheet. He has played over five hundred matches for CSKA Moscow, winning six Russian Cup titles, six Russian Premier League titles as well as the 2005 UEFA Cup with the club.

His incredible rise to stardom is down to his personality and ingenuity as a goalkeeper. He’s arguably the best goalkeeper the Russian nation has ever produced and has been on several international tournaments for the country since he joined the national team.

It may sound bizarre but Akinfeev has spent thirty years at the Red-blues. That is a huge commitment mixed with loyalty.

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  • Ismed Sofyan (Defender) – Persita Jakarta (18 Years)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

Talking about the most loyal player, Sofyan’s loyalty isn’t about his club alone, it’s for his country and his country’s elite league, The Indonesian Super League – Not that he’s an amateur.

Yes, he may have played for a couple of club sides in the Indonesian league, but his love and unwavering support for his country is immeasurable.

Sofyan currently plays for Persita Jakarta, a club he joined in 2002 that has made him become the longest-serving player in the club until now. The 41year-old right full-back is a free-kick specialist. He was only privileged to play for the Indonesian National Team for just 53 times.

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

As of July 2020, Lewinton is the longest-serving player for a single club in English League having spent sixteen years with The Dons.

The English left-back joined MK Dons after a successful spell with Wimbledon in 2004. Lewington, 32, has made over seven hundred appearances with more than 250 different team-mates.

He’s witnessed two promotions and relegations as the club’s captain for the years he’s been at MK Dons and he’s grateful for the sort of longevity he’s had.

He told daily mail in 2016 ‘It’s not like the Premier League where you get five-year deals. It is one or two years. When we won promotion to the Championship in 2015, I was out of contract on the final day as we were celebrating.’

  • Koji Homa (Goalkeeper) – Mito HollyHock (21 Years)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

Undoubtedly a popular figure in the Japanese league, the 43-year-old goalkeeper currently plays for the above-named club in the second tier of the Japanese League, J2.

After graduating from high school, he joined the J1 League side Urawa Reds in 1996 but couldn’t play more often before crossing to Mito HollyHock in 1999 and never looked back.

He’s helped Mito HollyHock achieve some amazing feats since he joined in 1999 with the biggest of them being the promotion of the club to J2 in 2000.

In his twenty-one-year sojourn with the club, Koji Homma holds the record for the player with the highest number of matches played in J2.

  • Lee Casciaro (Forward) – Lincoln Red Imps (22 Years)

7 Of The Most Loyal Football Players

The 38-year-old Gibraltar striker scored the only goal of the game when his Gibraltarian minnows club (Lincoln Red Imps) shocked Celtic and to a larger extent, the rest of Europe in their Champions League qualifier at the Victoria Stadium in 2016,

Cascario, 39, has been at the club since he was eight years old and has spent twenty-three years as a first-team member.

It should be agreed that Lincoln Red Imps was made for Cascario, given that two of his younger brothers have played for the club as well.

With three international goals, Lee Henry Cascario is currently Gibraltar’s all-time goalscorer since the 33,684 populated nation joined UEFA.

 

Honorable Mentions

    • Iker Muniain (Athletic Bilbao): 11 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Tarantini (Rio Ave): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Stefan Radu (Lazio): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Vincent Manceau (Angers SCO): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Anthony Lopes (Lyon): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Koke (Atletico Madrid): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Roberto Torres (Osasuna): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Gerard Pique (Barcelona): 12 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Alan Dzagoev (CSKA Moscow): 12 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Mario Gaspar Perez (Villarreal): 12 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Guilherme (Lokomotiv Moscow): 13 years, 1 month, 3 days
    • Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur): 13 years, 1 month, 10 days
    • Volodymyr Chesnakov (Vorskla Poltava): 13 years, 2 months, 3 days
    • Mahmut Tekdemir (Istanbul Basaksehir): 13 years, 2 months, 3 days
    • Marcel Schmelzer (Borussia Dortmund): 13 years, 2 months, 3 days
    • Sergio Busquets (Barcelona): 13 years, 2 months, 3 days
    • Andriy Pyatov (Shakhtar Donetsk): 13 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Anton Shunin (Dynamo Moscow): 13 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Marcelo (Real Madrid): 13 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Sammy Bossut (Zulte Waregem): 14 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid): 15 years, 4 days
    • Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus): 15 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Francesco Magnanelli (Sassuolo): 15 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Jessy Moulin (Saint-Etienne): 15 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Oier (Osasuna): 15 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Sergio Alvarez (Celta de Vigo): 16 years, 2 months, 4 days
    • Mark Noble (West Ham United): 16 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Lionel Messi: (Barcelona): 16 years, 8 months, 3 days
    • Denis Sinyayev(FC Avangard Kursk)18 years
    • Ismaeil Matar (Al-Wahda): 19 years
    • Petr Literak(Frýdek-Místek):  22 years

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Erling Haaland was always going to become the ultimate striker and probably the best number 9 on the planet. Also, there’s every possibility that one day, he may become a Ballon D’or winner. But, there’s still one mystery, how did he become the cyborg that he is today?

Haaland continues to be a goal machine, becoming the quickest player in history to reach 20 Champions League goals. His goal from the spot in the UCL round-16 second leg tie against Sevilla was his 20th goal in just 14 appearances in the competition, which broke Harry Kane’s previous record of 24 games.

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UCL- Round of 16 Second Leg – Borussia Dortmund v Sevilla – Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany – March 9, 2021 Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Haaland celebrates scoring.

“Of course he’s fast, powerful, good around the goal and he’s got real soccer sense. But it’s more of his energy, it’s his infectious personality that I think is like a magnet; it draws people to him, it makes people want to be around him.” Those are the words of Red Bull Salzburg manager, Jesse Marsch.

Grab a handful of popcorn and sit back as we unfold the story behind the rise of this Norwegian beast, goal machine, and keeper’s nightmare, Erling Braut Haaland.

Haaland’s Salzburg Breakthrough

As at when Jesse Marsch was appointed as Salzburg manager, Haaland had been at the club for about six months and had only played one game. And then he went to the U-20 World Cup where he scored nine goals in one game.

From his Salzburg debut, Haaland, who had already impressed at the Norwegian league with Bryne and Molde left observers with no doubt about the quality he possesses.

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Erling Haaland (L) and Dominik Szoboszlai (R) both of FC Salzburg celebrate after the champions league group E match between FC Salzburg and KRC Genk at Salzburg Stadion on September 17, 2019 in Salzburg, Austria. (Photo by Andreas Schaad/Bongarts/Getty Images)

He would become one of the best strikers on the planet because the talent in him was very obvious. In a chat with oh-my-goal, Jesse Marsch revealed that Haaland’s personality was the first thing he fell in love with about Haaland.

“The first couple of days I worked with him, what impressed me more than anything else was his personality on the pitch. He was just relentless! He worked harder than anyone.”

But beyond his raw talent in Salzburg, Erling Haaland left his mark on the locker room with his personality. He had a smile on his face and got along incredibly well with his teammates. Therefore, it wasn’t just his talent, it was his overall energy.

Erling in person had a really positive influence on his teammates. Erling the player, was a selfish assassin who scored 29 goals in 27 appearances for the Austrian club.

Meanwhile, he also always talked about making his teammates happy. “The best memory I Had of him was when we were getting penalties in just about every game, and he was giving them to all the other attacking players.

“And then, after a player missed a penalty, I said Ok, Erling has to take the penalties and I told him he would be taking the penalties”

It’s incredible to have such a talented player who loves to score goals, be the one that is giving the penalty responsibilities to the others because he wants them to feel the power of success, the power of scoring goals, and the power of confidence. That says a lot to me about the character of Erling.” Marsch revealed.

At 19, when most people think about personal glory, Haaland was already a perfect teammate and a future leader which was unprecedented for a player as good as he was and in his age range.

Without a doubt, Haaland’s personality was great enthusiastic and it did really have a big effect on a lot of people at Salzburg.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Influence

Erling Haaland may owe his incredible rise to his immense talent and his positive leadership qualities. But that’s not all, Cristiano Ronaldo also played a huge role in Haaland’s evolution.

People often say that Erling Haaland is the next Cristiano Ronaldo but is the CR7 comparison justified?

Certainly, Erling is more of a pure striker than Cristiano but from a power football perspective, his ability in the transition to affect games like the Portuguese ace makes the comparison justifiable.

Haaland himself admitted that Cristiano Ronaldo was his role model but if like Cristiano, Erling broke all the goalscoring records, it’s not really the part of football that CR7 has influenced.

Haaland is following in Cristiano Ronaldo’s footsteps in terms of leadership and he even is now a role model to many players just like Ronaldo was to him.

Cristiano Ronaldo has had positive effects on his teammates and in every team, he’s played in which really helped him overtime right from his days at Manchester United and Real Madrid. But for Erling, one could really see that right from his young age that it’s a natural quality he has.

It will be up to Haaland to continue to modify that aspect of himself and mold that in a way that he can become a really strong leader within his teams as he continues to grow older.

Above all, Haaland took inspiration from Cristiano Ronaldo in one essential area, work ethic. Like CR7, he’s always hungry to improve. “He really worked hard a lot. After training, he would stick around to finish, to hit some crosses, to work on his heading.” – Jesse Marsch, RB Salzburg Coach.

Like CR7, Erling Haaland thinks every little detail counts. He would wear special glasses because he felt like when you look at your computer all day long or your cell phone, that your eyes would start to fade and so he had that special glasses he always wears.

And while he has his own personality, Erling is directly inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo especially when it comes to nutrition and work ethic by picking the most hardworking professional football player in history as his role model.

Perfect With BVB

Borussia Dortmund activated his €20 million (£17m/$22m) release clause, beating United and Leipzig to his signature after all three clubs held meetings with the player, his father, and agent Mino Raiola.

Borussia Dortmund already had forward Paco Alcacer on the books, but saw Haaland as such a generational talent, that they were willing to offload the Spain international to give the Norwegian teen an even better chance of success.

CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke says that they had been looking for someone with Haaland’s particular skill set for a long time and could not pass up the opportunity to sign him.

“We always wanted to have a center-forward who has a different way of playing football,” Watzke told Goal and DAZN. “But this guy also had to come onto the market first.

There are not many who are 1.94 meters (6 ft 4 in) tall and that fast. Actually, nobody else comes to mind. It was just an opportunity that you don’t get very often. – Goal.com

Dortmund offered the striker the best chance of regular game time as they promised to make him their first-choice striker, something Alf-Inge Haaland admits is crucial to his development.

Haaland’s Dortmund story got off to the perfect start with the most incredible debut against Augsburg. Trailing 3-1, Lucien Favre sent on the teenager from the bench and was rewarded with a 22-minute hat-trick to help secure a 5-3 win.

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Erling Haaland Hits 23-Minute Debut Hat-Trick as Borussia Dortmund Beat Augsburg 5-3

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Haaland’s Future

Having revealed all the secrets that make Haaland an outstanding striker, in all honesty, the Norwegian striker has no limit because he keeps getting better at Dortmund.

He was incredible at Salzburg. “We were obviously so sad to lose him so quickly because we had a lot of fun and success with him, but we’re also very proud of him and we’re really excited to see him continue to push himself and move forward and show everybody in the world how good he is.”

And today, he’s showing just how good he is in Germany. He used to only be seen as a superpowered and superfast goalscorer. But at Dortmund? He’s also shown his technical advances and his in-game intelligence and influence.

He’s more and more capable of keeping the ball, playing in different positions, taking part in the game, in short, he’s become the ultimate striker.

Giving his unique skill-set and amazing personality, he will definitely sign for a bigger club in years to come. Yes, he may experience some difficulties, but his quality will help him manage whatever challenge that comes his way and in-turn become the best number 9 of not only his generation but in football history.

 

 

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