Top 5 Football Stars Emerged from International Football Championships
Mesut Ozil, Sergio Aguero, Angel Di Maria, Luis Figo, and Cesc Fabregas are the top five football stars getting fame from international football championships including Olympic Football tournaments. It can not be denied that the peak years of a footballer are from 26 to 29; nevertheless, there are many outstanding football players gaining fame at young ages. Those are youngsters being keen on playing football and participating in local, national and international football tournaments. From the first successes, such footballers have become well-known in the prestigious international soccer fields. Let\’s have a look at the list of top five football stars getting fame from international football championships as follows.
Sergio Aguero, nicknamed El Kun, was born in Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Diego Maradona\’s son-in-law won the titles in 3 international football tournaments at his young age including Olympic 2008, FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2005 and 2007.
The 22-year-old footballer, 1.72 m tall, now plays as a striker for Atlético Madrid and the Argentine national team.
At the age of 18, Mesut Özil had a slot in a youth national football team. Mesut Özil has got fame since he made his debut for the first professional league season and participated in 2010 FIFA World Cup. Besides, the German footballer was nominated for the Golden Ball Award for “Best Player”.
The 22-year-old footballer currently plays for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and the German national team.
Angel Di Maria, aged 22, started his professional football career in 2005 and made his debut for Rosario Central. Starring at young age, he best-known for playing in the Russian Premier League, the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup and most recently Beijing Olympic 2008.
Angel Di Maria currently plays as a left winger for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and the Argentina national football team.
Luis Figo, the manly former Portuguese footballer got fame thanks to his early international football titles. During nearly 20 years of his football career, Luis Figo won 127 caps for the Portuguese national football team. In addition, he played for the 2000 European Football tournament and the 2001 FIFA World Cup.
Currently, Luis Figo played as a midfielder for Sporting CP, Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Internazionale.
Cesc Fabregas started his career as a trainee for Barcelona at the age of 16. Then, as a central midfielder of Arsenal, Cesc Fabregas earned some of the club\’s titles as the best young player. Moreover, his excellent performances in 2006 FIFA World Cup, Euro 2008 and 2010 FIFA World Cup helped the Spanish national team become the winner.
Cesc Fabregas currently plays as a central midfielder for the Premier League side Arsenal and the Spanish national team
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