He created a reputation for himself in Germany with Werder Bremen, where he lasted for four seasons, reaching one UEFA Cup final and scored 63 official goals after struggling to establish himself at Porto, being loaned multiple times throughout his contract. He also spent time at Besiktas in Turkey, where he scored 47 goals in 109 appearances. The first of these was the game-winning goal against Fenerbahce on 8 December 2011.
Almeida started his career with local club Desportiva d'Aves and joined Portuguese top flight side Porto in June 2008. He made his debut on 16 August 2009 in a 2–1 away win against S.L. Benfica and scored his first goal two weeks later in a 3–0 home victory over Os Belenenses. In May 2010, Almeida signed a new deal with Porto that would have kept him there until 2014 but he only made 15 appearances without scoring more than once. In July 2011, he moved to Werder Bremen for €5 million. After failing to make an impact at the Weser Stadium, he returned to Portugal in January 2012 when he joined newly promoted Primeira Liga side Braga on a six-month loan deal. However, he failed to score in eight games before returning to Werder Bremen in May.
In June 2012, Almeida went back to Portugal again and this time joined Turkish Super Lig side Besiktas on a three-year contract.
After his contract was not renewed at the end of the season, he departed the club, ending a 17-year affiliation with his hometown club. He has 86 goals in 391 games for Villa and is the club's record Premier League scorer with 73 goals.
Agbonlaha made his debut for Villa against Manchester United on 5 August 1999, when he came on as a 79th-minute substitute for Emmanual Benteke. The following week, he scored his first goal for the club against Wimbledon. He ended up scoring seven times that season as Villa were relegated from the Premier League.
The following season, he went on to make 30 appearances and score 12 goals as Villa returned to the top flight. In 2001–02, he scored 21 goals to finish as the club's top scorer for the second year running.
During his time at Villa Park, Agbonlaha has won two FA Cups and one League Cup. He left the club in June 2009 after refusing to accept a cut in pay following the arrival of Guzan as first choice goalkeeper. The club announced in April 2010 that he had been released.
Agbonlaha has since moved on to Turkish side Samsunspor where he will be playing in the TFF First League. He has reportedly signed a three-year deal with the club.
451, He scored 312 goals in LaLiga, 105 in the Champions League, 22 in the Copa del Rey, six in the Club World Cup, four in the Spanish Super Cup, and two in the UEFA Super Cup. His record is broken by Cristiano Ronaldo who scored 511 goals from 2001 to 2019.
Ronaldo began his career with Sporting CP where he played from 1995 to 1999. During this time, he won three Portuguese championships, one Portuguese Cup, and one Supercup. He then moved to Real Madrid for $150,000 plus bonuses. There, he became the first player to score 100 goals in the UEFA Champions League when he netted against Dnipro on 15 August 2009. He is also the only player to have scored in every season of the competition.
After leaving Madrid for Juventus for $80 million in 2013, Ronaldo returned to Spain in 2014 when he signed with Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo's new club, Los Angeles FC. The American team was created by former Manchester United chief executive David Beckham and funded by entrepreneur Anschutz. They started playing in the MLS in 2018. In his debut season, Ronaldo helped LAFC win the Supporters' Shield after they finished with the best regular-season record in league history. He scored 42 goals in all competitions, including 12 in the MLS Cup which his team lost 1-0 to Seattle Sounders.
International success. When it comes to his international career, Marco has 43 caps for his country, scoring nine goals. Fabian has also represented El Tri in the 2011 and 2013 Gold Cups, the 2011 Copa America, the 2017 Confederations Cup, and the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups. He has been chosen for Mexico's squad three times since his debut in 2009.
Marco Fabian played a major role as Germany won the 2010 World Cup. The 30-year-old midfielder was one of the best players on the pitch during the tournament in South Africa, and he was named the Best Midfielder at the event. He scored a goal in the opening match against Uruguay and provided two assists more. His performance earned him the Golden Ball award as the best player of the tournament.
Besides playing for Germany, where he has won several trophies, Marco Fabian has also won two Bundesliga titles with Bayer Leverkusen. In addition, he has four German Cup wins to his name.
He made his international debut for Mexico in a friendly against Argentina on 15 August 2009. He came on as a substitute for Javier Hernández in the 58th minute of the game and helped his team win 1-0. This is his only appearance for Mexico so far. However, he has qualified to play at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics as he was part of the Mexican squad that finished in fourth place at the Beijing Games.
The former Barcelona star has had a great career and possesses impressive statistics. His records were deciphered by us. Neymar began his career at Santos, a Brazilian powerhouse. He soon established himself and went on to score 136 goals in 225 games. This makes him one of the most successful strikers of all time.
Neymar scored almost every week during his first season with the club, helping them win the league title. The following season, he scored 45 goals as Santos won their third consecutive league title. In 2015, after moving to Barcelona, he continued to be one of the best strikers in the world, scoring 51 goals in 59 matches.
He concluded his career at Brazil's national team, where he won the Copa América four times. During his time with the squad, he scored 105 goals in 160 appearances.
His overall record is quite impressive - 377 goals in 514 games. However, it must be noted that he suffered two knee injuries that prevented him from continuing his career.
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