Top 10 Best Football Moments Of 2021

Jorginho wins UEFA Men’s POTY


Jorginho not only won the Champions League with Chelsea, but he also played a very important part in Italy’s Euro 2020 win. As a result, he earned UEFA’s Player of the Year for 2021.

Ronaldo scores 800th goal


The Portuguese superstar is the only footballer to score 800+ official goals and not only that, he is the only active player to do so.

Ronaldo’s MAN UTD return


One of the most shocking moments occurred when Cristiano Ronaldo came back to his home, Manchester United. The former Real Madrid and Juventus star decided to go back to his home,

Atletico wins La Liga on the final day


Diego Simeone’s side has overshadowed Real Madrid and won the La Liga title on the final day of the league. Both sides saw a fierce battle on the final matchday in their respective matches.

Lewandowski breaks Muller’s record


Gerd Muller’s record of scoring 40 goals in one Bundesliga season was finally broken by Robert Lewandowski at the end of last season. The Bayern Munich striker scored 41 goals in 29 appearances,

Chelsea win the 2021 Champions League


Chelsea won their second UCL in 2021, after defeating Manchester City 1-0 in the finals. Thomas Tuchel’s arrival in January has proved to be a masterstroke for the club’s future

Lionel Messi wins his 7th Ballon d’Or


After a long debate and opinions between Lewandowski and Messi, we finally got the answer as Lionel Messi has achieved his 7th Ballon d’Or award and is the only player to win it a record 7 times.

Argentina win the Copa America 2021


Lionel Messi and Co. have suffered a lot in previous editions of Copa America. However, this year they finally did it as they beat Brazil by 1-0. Thus fulfilling Messi’s dream of winning Copa America.

Italy winning the Euro 2020 after 50 years


Gianluigi Donnarumma came out as the Hero as he made a heroic penalty save to give his country their first Euro Cup in 50 years.

Simon Kjær heroic contributions to save  Eriksen’s life


Christian Eriksen collapsed during Denmark’s first Euro 2020 game against Finland. Simon Kjær was the only player who rushed to his assistant. Simon Kjærs’ on-field support to Eriksen has proved to be vital as it saved his life.

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