Football facts are stranger than fiction...

avatar

IMG_20220130_122940.jpg
The original source of the image

Unbelievable situations have occurred in the history of football

Football has many funny or weird situations that we teach and may laugh at or be impressed from time to time, but not all of us know the invisibility and secrets of some things that may not yet appear on the scene more.

Many situations have passed through the beautiful game to make us stop and ask: Did it really happen? And the truth is yes, there are events that we might not imagine coming, like one team beating itself and being crowned an official tournament, but they happen.

images.png

Doctor Philip Lam
The Bayern Munich and German legend was adept at reading the match, spending 13 months without doing anything wrong between September 2014 and October 2015 in the Bundesliga.
images.png
Jose is a champion of the league, but not for the month.
Jose Mourinho did not win the Manager of the Month award in the Premier League Championship, in two of their three Premier League titles, and that was in both 04-05 and 05-06 seasons.
images.png
Neymar beats Messi
Neymar won the La Liga Player of the Year award before Lionel Messi, and interestingly the Brazilian overtook his team-mate after presenting in 2013, receiving it that year.

Messi's first title was in 2016, and he received it on 6 other occasions thereafter.

images.png
Manchester United historic at Old Trafford
Manchester United never lost a Premier League game at Old Trafford after taking the lead in the first half.

If the lead is for Manchester United in the first half at home in the domestic tournament, there is no chance of beating this team.

images.png
Real Madrid beat themselves and achieved the King's Cup of Spain!
The royal won the Copa del Rey on 19 occasions, but his 1980 victory was infamous, because his opponent in the final was "Real Madrid Castilla," which he beat 6-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
images.png
Theo Walcott has more Champions League goals than a large number of legends
The former Gunners player scored 15 goals in the European Championship, more than players such as Ronaldo Nazario, Zinedine Zidane, Miroslav Klose, David Villa, Alexis Sanchez and Eden Hazard.
images.png

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo scored every minute
The legendary duo is the only one who has scored in all 90 minutes of the game during his career.

Zlatan didn't win the champions, but he played for the champions.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic did not win the Champions League, but played for Milan, Inter, Ajax, Barcelona, Juventus, Manchester United and Malmo, all of whom achieved the most expensive continental championship.
images.png

Spain won the World Cup by scoring only eight goals
There was a period when the Spanish national team dominated football and won the 2010 World Cup in South Africa under Vicente del Bosque.

However, you may be impressed to learn that they have scored only eight goals on their way to the title.

images.png
England's legend is very friendly on the pitch
Former England national team legend Gary Lineker has not received a single yellow card in his entire sporting career, possessing a very perfect record.

images.png

Steve Bruce is Manchester United's top scorer
The former Manchester United centre-back was able to lead his team in the 1990-1991 season, scoring 19 goals, including 13 in the Premier League Championship, and was the Red Devils' then top scorer.
images.png

A terrifying trio for competitors and their team!
Wayne Rooney, Gareth Bale and Kevin Davies were the only three players to score and create a goal for their team, and also scored in the same game.

images.png
Kingsley Coman won the league every year
Since starting his professional career with Paris Saint-Germain, Koeman has won the league championship every year he is on the team's roster.

The start was with Paris with two consecutive titles, then Juventus in the 14-15 season, and then a remarkable career with Bayern in which he achieved 7 consecutive leagues.

images.png
Null and void if you leave for space!
In one bizarre story from the world of football, the retired Swedish player, Stefan Schwartz, demanded that the Sunderland English team that if he travelled to space his contract would be void.

Indeed, the team agreed, moving from the Valencia ranks to the Premier League with Pound4 million in 1999.
images.png

Mourinho is unbeatable at home
Jose Mourinho has been in his coaching role for 9 years without receiving any defeat in a home game, and the historic Portuguese manager took charge of 4 different clubs in that period.



0
0
0.000
4 comments
avatar

Mourinho is unbeatable at home
Jose Mourinho has been in his coaching role for 9 years without receiving any defeat in a home game

Wow wtf! "The Special One" indeed

0
0
0.000