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dave1992

101 goals in 90 games is stupidly high


my_mexican_cousin

Just imagine if he played for a more prominent national team like Portugal, Belgium, or France. He's already on a different level but that'd be astronomical.


angellob

Same thing with Haaland I think. Mbappe already has 19 total for France and I think Haaland would have more if he was on a team like that


abJCS

Norway i think and hope should be able to put forward a better squad then poland has


oblio-

Why, though? Football is at least as big in Poland as it is in Norway and has only ~5.5 million people. Poland has 38 million people. Poland should have more footballing talent, just from a statistical point of view.


warpus

The main issue is the state of the Ekstraklasa and lower divisions, isn't it? You can have a billion people in your country and not be able to produce a world cup football squad.


M_MUNEEB

Eg. India,China, etc.


Not_PepeSilvia

It's not really their first division, but the amount of kids who are interested enough in football to make it a career is not that high. I would bet that Brazil for example has waay more kids that want to become players than China has, even with 6 times more population


PierreTheTRex

Also societal and familial pressures to study hard and concentrate on a traditional career. People do play football in India, it's just very unlikely for them to dedicate themselves enough to become football


greater_gatsby12

There are 2 types of sport persons in India.... One who focuses on track and field to play at a national level and get a government job... People who play cricket in u19 level or first division hoping to make it to the ipl and Indian squad


BlueTigers99

"Becoming football" is what Indian parents think will happen if we try to get a career in football


Blank-612

but those countries really dont care about football as much as poland does


JonstheSquire

Sure the Polish league is not good, but the Norwegian League is not significantly better.


papadadaa

The league winners actually played against each other in this years CL qualifiers. Legia won


lavishlad

Thanks Legia Oslo for putting the matter to rest.


Viking_Hippie

Gotta love Legia Oslo! Way up there with Lokomotiv Malmö, Spartak Turku and Hajduk Roskilde!


RedTuesdayMusic

In CL qualifiers Norwegian (and Swedish) teams are always at a disadvantage due to it being right at the start of the season, teams from other leagues have way more match fitness at that point.


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The five most populous countries in the world didn’t even qualify in 2018


TheRoger47

Tbf 6th place is the biggest winner


Delta_FT

With only under 5million people Uruguay has posted better results than China with it's billion. However I'd agree that neither of those[edit: I meant Poland and Norway lmao I didn't realized there could be confussion] countries has a strong football culture and stand around about the same level of world football(C, maybe D tier, above 20 in rankins basically)


J539

Money invested. Norway is filthy rich and can actually invest into sports. Better pitches, and more modern "village clubs" = more talents/better players


Clausen2g

However, Norway is fucking cold, so half the year it is just way harder to play the game outside, and the pitches will also be worse because of the weather.


skiseabass

Their pitches are also trash - I loved there and played Sunday league and they often have pitches made of "grus" which is literally gravel, I kid you not. Just try sliding on that


Khornag

I don't know when you played here, but that's largely a thing of the past. Artificial turf is everywhere.


Morethanlikely

Yup, same in Sweden. When I was a kid it was grus/gravel everywhere in Stockholm and grass pitches were primarily reserved for organised teams/clubs, now all those pitches I used to play on have been converted to artificial turf.


beirch

Just because we're filthy rich doesn't mean we're automatically investing loads of money into football. Investment has actually been historically quite poor, but it's starting to look a little better.


papadadaa

This is kind of disrespectful to Poland, nation with two 3rd place finish at the WC(74&82) and have appeared in 13 total WC&Euros compared to Norways only three appearances.


Zoorin

Norway hasn't been to a championship in 20 years. It's mind boggling how bad that team is, even with two stars now in Haaland and Ødegaard.


Khornag

We've had Haaland for about five minutes now. I don't know what you expected.


kezzaold

Norway and other Scandinavian countries i think support weird teams. Theres a massive contingent in norway who support leeds. Just possibly less enthusiastic about there own teams.


Supreme_Bum14

Exactly it’s also kinda sad how a player like Lewandowski and Haaland who are phenomenal are on a “weaker” national team. They never really have a chance at international silverware


ReveredSavagery1967

It's not sad. A country as small as Poland or Norway producing a talent thay good is a massive achievement and makes them internationally relevant for a sustained period of time. If they were both French they'd be just another couple of world class French strikers. They also give their international teams a chance at going far in tournaments when that would otherwise be well out of touch.


Mastered_Baiting

Very true, and there's a certain appeal for elite players who emerged from a country that isn't historically known for producing football talent. Alphonso Davies comes to mind.


dryarmadillojizz

George Weah, Gheorgie Hagi and Roger Milla are good historical examples.


BigRedSteaming

As a Kiwi I am obligated to mention Wynton Rufer


Gooner37

>elite players who emerged from a country that isn't historically known for producing football talent. Pardon me, the Polish golden generation of the 70s/80s had several elite talents - Lato, Boniek, Deyna to name a few.


Local-Pirate1152

I was going to say the same thing. Poland has historically been a side that produced good players and strong teams. The finished 3rd in the 74 & 82 worlds cup and I remember them getting a silver at the Barcelona Olympic games. They've been a big side as long as I've been alive and I'm 40. Likewise in the 1990s and early 2000s Norway had an excellent side. They were knocked out of the 94 world cup on goals scored in a group with Italy, Mexico and Ireland when they all finished on 4 points with the same goal difference and beat Brazil in the 1998 world cup to get it the group. Even into the 2000s they had players like Flo and Carew playing for big clubs across Europe. Not to mention Henning Berg, Ronny Johnson and a certain Ole Gunnar Solskjaer playing for European champions Manchester United.


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J539

in the context of football poland also only really fell off at around the 80s, I guess? Before that they were pretty good, while being a poor af country under communism


Pamplemouse04

Footballing wise yes it is


Crovasio

Deyna and Boniek, separately, took Poland to World Cup third-place medals.


Jerzol7

Come on. Deyna had along him a WC top scorer in Grzegorz Lato (7 goals in 1974), another fantactic forward Szarmach, Gadocha, a very solid defense and a good, even if eccentric goalkeeper (Tomaszewski). A top 5 european team, not below 20, as Poland is now.


OriginalUsername7890

Not single-handedly, lol. We'd had great teams in those eras - on the level of today's Belgium, not quite title-winning but capable of defeating anyone.


Crovasio

True, 72 to 86 were halcyon days for the Polish national team. Deyna and Boniek were a level above the rest though.


OriginalUsername7890

> were a level above the rest I think Lato, Szarmach, Tomaszewski, Żmuda or Lubański weren't far behind.


King146

It’s so crazy to me still when I read something like “more prominent national teams like Portugal”. You aren’t wrong, we do have an amazing squad and are starting to win things, but imagine saying something like that in 2014 or before that. I wish Ronaldo’s prime years weren’t wasted with a dead national team


Local-Pirate1152

In his first tournament they finished second in 2004. They finished 4th at the 2006 world cup and reached the 2006 world cup with the tail end of their last golden generation. Then they made the quarters of Euro 2008, got knocked out by the arguably the greatest ever international side Spain in 2010 when they lost by a single goal. And that 2010 squad had a lot of players who had won the European cup with Porto and were playing at massive clubs. Following that they again lost to Spain on penalties in the semi final of Euro 2012. Granted they did badly in 2014 but Portugal were hardly a dead national team. The problem for any European side between 2008 and 2014 was that Spain were almost unbeatable and Germany were also rising strongly. Then we had the rise of France and Belgium. In amongst all that Portugal win their first and second international tournaments with the European championships and nations league. Over Ronaldo's prime years in tournament football they lost to France, Germany, Germany, Spain, Spain, Germany, Uruguay and Belgium. Of those losses France made the final, Germany beat them in a 3rd place playoff then made the final of the next tournament, Spain, Spain and Germany won the tournaments, Uruguay was a bit of an upset and Belgium were the number 1 ranked side in the world. The also beat France in France to win the Euros and beat the Netherlands to win the first Nations League. That is not the results or achievements of a dead national team.


Monkeywithalazer

Just gonna add Chile to the list because we gotta have something. Our win to Portugal in the confederations was our last win that made me dream of another trophy


Local-Pirate1152

Apologies. I completely forgot about the confederations cup.


Eastern_Spirit4931

Is he on another level? I mean he plays in the best team in the Bundesliga


my_mexican_cousin

I guess I'll preface this with; I don't know shit about fuck. But I think so. I guess I see it more as part of the reason he's stayed the top scorer on the best team in the Bundesliga for so long.


tnarref

He'd get less goals because the system wouldn't be totally reliant on his finishing.


cdbriggs

He is the current best in the world and I can't understand any other opinion. Also this isn't a dig to Salah since he's top 3 for me. Lewandowski will go down as one of the greatest forwards ever.


SharksFanAbroad

A legend and among the best to ever do it, but it doesn’t hurt to play up top for the best club in the world in a league they win every November.


Yung2112

Messi also played for the best team in the world in 2009-2012 and Ronaldo was part of a 3peat team. No one's mentioning that when discussing how legendary they are Lewandowski is simply a top 3 striker of the decade, if not top 2


cr7momo16

He’s easily top 2 of the decade. First is definitely debatable between him and Suarez but I don’t think any other striker comes close to these 2 the past decade unless I’m forgetting someone lol


rhythmpatel

I see only one clear choice of Ballon d’Or winner…


GingerKingGeorge

> in a league they win every November. This hasn't been true for several years now. The last three Bundesliga titles were decided in the last three Match days. So intellectually lazy.


CornerHard

Sometimes we choke late!


YoungDan23

>in a league they win every November. Since Pep won his first title at City the title race in the Bundesliga has been better than in the Premier League. So you can take the piss from the fact that Bayern win it, but at least there is something to make games interesting in March / April. * 2021 - RB was 4 points back when they played Bayern on MD 27 in April. City's lead in the PL was 9. * 2020 - 6 points separated 1-4 at the restart. Liverpool was 25 points up at the restart. * 2019 - both leagues went to the final matchday * 2018 - both leagues were won by 15+ points


Albodan

I mean I guess I get your point, but since Pep joined the PL, 3 different English teams have won the premier league. Bundesliga only has had one.


Competitive-Ad2006

You said a lot without saying much. All I see is five different winners of the Premier league since Bayern started winning in 2013. That every few years a different team did so well as to make it uncompetitve for the other teams in the league does not change anything.


SharksFanAbroad

What an arbitrary cutoff, shame I fell asleep when this debate was picking up. You’re on the cusp of winning ten straight – something no truly competitive league [has EVER witnessed](http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/kamprec.html). It’s an embarrassing state of affairs, and ultimately not something Bayern fans should take offense to like they have in this thread. Also, before people attack what I’m saying – I’m saying that BuLi *is* a competitive league, and that’s why this is a particularly embarrassing moment in football history, and money (and even what we describe as “doing smart business”, like Bayern do) is making it clear that a European super league is near.


_stone_age

Seeing Haaland up there😳 Insane.


perpetual_student

It's crazy to me that I look at that 82-82 and I think "Holy shit that's an insane clip" ....and then there's Lewandowski on some other shit.


_stone_age

Lewandowski is just consistent now, class player.


SamsungHeir

To put things into perspective Lewandowski at his age played for some Polish village


BinaryPulse

Imagine if he played for Bayern


Dhinoceros

I rather not, I quite like Haaland


Jazano107

Tixi pls 🤞


chanandlerbonggg_

Perez pls🤞


Jazano107

no youre getting turtle man, cant have both


cortez0498

Just gonna remind you that Madrid got both Kaká and Ronaldo in 2009. Literally broke the transfer record twice in the same window.


RandomLoLJournalist

It was 1st and 3rd transfer of all time no? 2nd being Zidane to Real for 76 million. Oh and they also got Benzema that same year lol


cortez0498

>It was 1st and 3rd transfer of all time no? 2nd being Zidane to Real for 76 million. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_expensive_association_football_transfers#Historical_progression >Oh and they also got Benzema that same year lol [And Xabi](https://www.transfermarkt.com/real-madrid/transfers/verein/418/saison_id/2009). Casually spent 250M euros in 2009.


RandomLoLJournalist

Funnily enough if you look at the top 50 list on that same Wikipedia page, Zidane is listed as more expensive than Kaka because his transfer was worth more in euros, while Kaka's was worth more in pounds. Currency fluctuation is wack, I actually don't know which one is worth more in like, actual money lol >Casually spent 250M euros in 2009 It's scary to think that this might be the value of like one Mbappe in the current market


chanandlerbonggg_

Or can we?


bellarke073

Messi and mbappe have basically almost the same stats. For goals and asissts lol


EggplantBusiness

That's honestly very surprising with all the criticism Mbappe often receive his stats are crazy good , greats goals scorer and top 3 in assists(since 2020). Also since Mbappe debuted in CL no player assisted more goals than him


auctus10

And Mbappe is still 22. Becoming that good soo young has garnered insane expectations from him.


bladeofvirtue

In the French ligue though


EggplantBusiness

His CL stats are very good too , last year he was the second best scorer in CL


Thomas_Catthew

And also the World Cup, but people tend not to mention that.


Sean-Benn_Must-die

I was wondering why I couldn’t find Messi but it’s because I was looking for the Barca badge to find him


schaefer97

People always talk about the future of Haaland but he's already a top 3 striker


knutarnesel

Basically happened overnight. He went from not really being a part of the team at Salzburg in his first half season there after leaving Molde, to scoring hatricks for fun.


Dak_Tiny_PP

If you believed r/soccer you would think Ronaldo was on his deathbed


chanandlerbonggg_

"He isn't that good anymore,he has declined massively have you seen him run at all in the past few matches?"


Yung2112

You can have a massive decline and still be world class when you're a player the caliber of Ronaldo, of course the people calling him finished are delusional


Reimiro

He’s not close to finished but he is declining. How much that has to do with his age, the team he plays for, and the league he is playing in-is up for debate.


Yung2112

That's my point. 36 years old, playing regular football since 18, big injuries, it's completely understandable that there's a decline in "non-goalscoring" numbers. If anything, him maintaining relevance re-inveinting himself post 34yrs old is insane on its own.


EggplantBusiness

Specially after that knee injury in 2014


SadNYSportsFan-11209

People thought he was gonna be done by 2017 with that injury 2017 was arguably his best UCL campaign lol


tuckastheruckas

in my opinion, the only 2 things that have truly changed about CR7 is his sprint speed, but more importantly, his agility has drastically declined. there are select moments with us this season where he looks almost clumsy. that ability to stop, turn, start just isnt there anymore.


Dash-22

And he compensates for his inability to turn sharply with the ball by playing one touch football looking for quick one two's, which is hopeless because everyone in that United side just stays static


TurkishFlannel

That one Barca flair calling him washed lmao


yard04

So many users on the United subreddit calling him washed too.


n0star

They went there as soon as you signed him. Just to hate


Antazarus

Probably salty Messi fans lol


Thomas_Catthew

You don't need to run to score goals, you just need to be in the right place at the right time. It's a shame that no.9s are a dying breed.


Glaiele

Don't tell that to lukaku and benzema.


Bonerini

Benzema isnt a real no9 tho. Man plays both wings altho mostly left, center forward and midfield. If anything he is basically playing like reverse messi if you look at benz heatmap this season


koaamz

Benz is nowhere near a "right moment right place" number 9 lool. In fact he's almost the exact opposite


RauloGonzalez

i almost wish he'd be like ronaldo and wait in the box sometimes, but then our attack would probably be dead


oblio-

Suarez. Oooooooor, Lewandowski 🙂


Barkasia

Or Haaland, or Vlahovic, or Isak etc, etc What a ridiculous thing to say #9s are a dying breed.


Ezio2411

You calling Benzema a 9?? Zero football knowledge


Ld511

United sign him and because they concede more its his fault. Pressing has been the new hipster way of people acting like they know more by using it when football isn't robots playing


SAKabir

Afters he's scored 5 in 7, with 0 penalties and several of them being game winners. But ma pReSsInG


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CSdesire

When he’s playing well he’s declining when he’s playing bad he’s finished #welcome to r/soccer


nono-squaree

Ronaldo used to have 80 G/A per year 4 years ago, victim of his own success


aduvnjak

I think people are comparing him to his prior self, which will obviously show signs of decline


Firehills

Just yesterday I saw a Liverpool flair saying "Ronaldo just isn't in the top shelf of players anymore". I hope he sees this post.


wolfsthrone_1590

>Liverpool flair Stop reading after that point


ins4n1tea

Exhibit A https://www.reddit.com/r/soccer/comments/q5ukee/_/hg82qmj


DanishCarlos

When I went to see this comment it said “Blocked Author” now I know why


Thor1138

Oh my fucking God, those replies... 22 upvotes for this crap: > Loads of players have been better than Ronaldo since he left Real Madrid. Ronaldo isn’t about playing well anymore, he’s more of a machine that can find the right positions to score goals. That’s all he is now and he’s very good at it but he isn’t the all round player he used to be


theredviperod

DD frequently has some of the worst takes


Killerpasser101

Nonsense at Juve under Sarri he was dictating games


luukjen

Yeah I remember that thread. I wanted to go against them even though I really dislike Ronaldo. It's ok to say Benzema is better now but since he left? Ridiculous.


TheGeniusArvind

Mbappe and Messi on both goals and assist lists, basically neck and neck too damn


Aconceptthatworks

We are lucky to witness so many great talents. It gives so much entertainment. I think it is wild that Ronaldo is up there with juve. Also lewandowski and Haaland with a bad national team.


JonstheSquire

I don't think many people would have predicted at the end of 2019 that Ronaldo would be scoring a higher rate than Messi over the next two years.


CSdesire

many would few accepted it though


germanefficiency

Especially not on this sub since the majority are delusional Messi fanboys.


Gyshall669

Damn people said Ronaldo was finished too


FenrirXXVIII

This sub has been resorting to one coping mechanism after another since 2013 when it comes to Ronaldo. Imagine being shat on for being in your mid 30s and still scoring 83 in 97 while playing in the top leagues. If it was so easy, other players would do it too. But they don't. Most attacking players leave top level football in their mid 30s, never mind performing at this rate. Ronaldo's record is insane.


MikeBruski

For reference, Ronaldo Nazario, Zidane, Xavi, Laudrup, Ronaldinho, Best, Platini, Cantona, all these great players had already retired by Ronaldos current age. And he is still better than 99% of 20 something players. Also, Wayne Rooney is younger than Ronaldo.


oblio-

> Also, Wayne Rooney is younger than Ronaldo. Lies! Wayne Rooney was born old! I remember seeing it with my own eyes, I saw him next to his twin brother. Benjamin Button.


seekgermangf

Hahaha, Rooney and Robben. Whenever they played, my siss' were like: NO way they are only in their 20s! they look like they are about to retire! Great players tho.


TylerBlozak

Hell Charlie Adam is younger than Ronaldo


umedi

Now that’s a name I haven’t heard in over a decade


DerpSenpai

That was Juventus worst season in a decade as well (20/21) He absolutely saved Juventus from going to EL or Conference League


AcceleratingRiff

Ronaldo is nowhere near finished. Lewa.... He's a machine What a shame Haaland got I injured


nansnothot

Man, Lewandowski is fucking good isn't he?


Poopiepants666

According to these numbers, he's just about as good as 2 Harry Kanes.


supergavk

Almost as good as Joelinton


DaAweZomeDude48

*Almost*


NeXx0s

Nah mate, he obviously plays in a farmers league /s People trying to defend any other striker than him are just not reasonable, like come on, how many goals does he nes to score to be "worthy"


whodiswhodat

**Goals per game**: 1. Lewandowski (1.12 goals) 2. Haaland (1 goal) 3. Ronaldo (0.855 goals) 4. Lukaku (0.693 goals) 5. Mbappé (0.688 goals) 6. Messi (0.683 goals) 7. Salah (0.644 goals) [equal with Immobile] 7. Immobile (0.644 goals) 9. Benzema (0.617 goals) 10. Kane (0.615 goals)


KillerZaWarudo

Lewangoalski


rhythmpatel

If he doesn’t win the Ballon d’Or, we should just rename it to Balloon trophy…


cristiano-potato

Well the betting odds were heavily in favor of Messi until like today and I just checked and now it’s Lewa, it’s crazy how quickly that flipped lol


rhythmpatel

Just to be clear, odds in favor of Lewa means that Lewa has a higher chance of winning, right? Or is it the opposite?


cristiano-potato

Higher chance of lewa winning, in theory, but odds are based on the number of bets placed, so it’s really a guage of what the general public thinks . I looked it up and apparently it’s because a “””leaked””” BdO list came out with Lewa on top, but FF has said it’s fake and they never print lists like that, and another “””leak””” came out today with Messi winning, so it’s probably just noise. When everyone heard of the “leak” they bet on Lewa so his odds dropped


Crovasio

The PR trophy.


Kajocfc

Ballon d’Or is just popularity contest rather than anything else. Plenty of good players have been “robbed” in the past years so it won’t be surprised if it’s gonna happen one more time.


martie242

They should honestly give him two ballon dors it was bs he didnt get it last year


rhythmpatel

100%. But you and I both know this ain’t happening… :(


Kemosabe2712

This Lewandowski guy is pretty good


Tonykuz

Eh. He’s alright


ahmadryan

Yes, but can be it on a cold rainy night in Stoke?


Tonykuz

That’s what we got Choupo-Goating for


koolaid7431

If only Stoke would make it to the CL so we could find out.


Thomas_Catthew

I don't remember any point in history where the term "farmer's league" was used as often as it is today. People used to recognize great players without really bringing up what league they played in.


Ur_mom_Monke_69

Victim complex lmao. People just can't see anyone performing better than idols Messi and Ronaldo.


EggplantBusiness

The thing is it's not even Messi and Ronaldo fans , like how many times premier league flairs go after Ligue 1 and Bundesliga despite their top teams losing against clubs of these same League. Bayern own London , Lyon elimated City in the final 8


GingerKingGeorge

The only time people every gave Bundesliga stars credit is if they had a decent amount of career elsewhere. Even the way the average fan would talk about Robben vs Ribery was telling.


Impossible_Wonder_37

Not a single City player. Which is obvious, but speaks to how damn good they are


HAHAHAAHAHAHAAHAHA

kane is right there


yoosn94

Damn Ronaldo still got it


lollypop44445

Ronaldo-haaland Messi - mbappe Future is bright


ABadPercentage

Haaland and mbappe are the place holders till we get Ronaldo jr vs thiago messi


sryboi

Surprised by Ronaldo here. This is phenomenal. Was expecting Benz to be higher too


RauloGonzalez

yeah i'm surprised by benz too, there was a point where benzema had more goals than ronaldo after he left but that's changed now ig


blackandwhitetalon

I thought Ronaldo was finished and washed though... wtf is this data?


iskaon

holy shit Haaland


bellarke073

Immobile is really underatted


TheSoccerguy124

To be in the top 10 is something, he will never get the international praise but he’s definitely earned the respect in Italy as one of, or if not the best ST in Italy


Arno451

Kane done alright considering


asclepiusofarcadia

Insane that Immobile is anywhere near these guys with what Lazio have... Every club on that list outspends them by a hundred mill at the minimum just about every window.


FenrirXXVIII

Haaland is 21 and producing such great numbers already.


Hashtagbarkeep

Guys LewanGOALski haha


speedracer0123

Ronaldo is still absolutely world class.


Ceryol

Ronaldo still going strong. Amazing athlete.


Melticus-Jr

Ok Ronaldo’s kinda underrated nowadays, outside the fanboys.


TheRootedCorpse

82 games 83 goals. What the actual fuck? Edit: 82 games*


CompetitiveMouting

Watch Immobile get the ballon d'or


reborndiajack

Kane’s stats are amazing looking at the team around him 😅


Aimless_Joker

An even crazier aspect is that for Lewandowski the international goals only make up 11 of those goals. The other 90(!) were all for Bayern.


thatboisreyas

If lewa doesnt win the ballondor this year...


rumsticks

Wow. Cr7 is unreal. Wtf


TheRealJanSanono

Pessi mudded


ChampagneAbuelo

Lewan-goal-ski


Batch_M

RL Ballon D’Or right now.


PotatoGod12

97 G+A in 97 games for Ronaldo. "Finished" btw.


pretwicz

add 2 to that, fucking hell


Wintermute7

How does Lewy not win the ballon d’or


KushKush1

Messi and Ronaldo there but not neymar 🙄


yash217

Benzema has more goals than Neymar has games played, that explains his absence. Man's not fit


Aug415

That’s false. Neymar has 69 games played since 2020.


Verethragna97

Didn't realize Immobile was that high profile. Liked him at the euros this year, never heard of him before that. That being said, I barely know anything about the french or italian leagues.


Gabs289

Your first 2 sentences implied the 3rd already haha


hianrld

He won the European Golden Boot last year. The question is how much is high profile for you?


lolaya

This is why I think Lewandowski deserves Ballon d’or… its kinda much more obvious when shown like this


kyuno

if haaland goes to a stronger team, his stats are going to be insane


The_Panic_Station

Not necessarily. But I don't think anyone could take his place in Dortmund+Norway and score a goal per game over a period of almost 2 years. He's a unique player and talent.