the European Cup/Champions league more than once, with a 100 success rate: Four clubs have appeared in the final once, being victorious on that occasion: On the opposite end of the scale,. "Svilar becomes youngest goalkeeper to save a Champions League penalty". Barcelona won the fifa Club World Cup, the European Super Cup, and the Supercopa de Espaa the following season, making it a sextuple of cup successes, and thus winning all available cups to them.
127 In 1995, Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso appointed Pelé to the position of Extraordinary Minister for Sport. "A Look Back at Pelé's Legendary Takedown of Mexico's Defense at the 1962 World Cup". Helge Bronée og Johannes Pløger fik derimod kun begrænset succes, uden dog på nogen måde at falde igennem. The October 2015 Samsung ad in question, included a partial face shot of a man who allegedly "very closely resembles" Pelé and also a superimposed high-definition television screen next to the image of the man featuring a "modified bicycle or scissors-kick often used by Pelé.
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49 The youngest goalkeeper to ever save a penalty in the tournament is Benfica 's Mile Svilar, against Manchester United on, aged 18 years and 65 days. Club Season League Post season Other Total Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals NY Cosmos Total International See also: List of international goals scored by Pelé Pelé is the top scorer of the Brazil national football team with 77 goals in 92 official. As of 28 November 2018 23 This table does not include appearances made in the qualification stage. 27 Santos became the first (and to date the only) Brazilian team to lift the Copa Libertadores in Argentine soil. "All-time scorers (own goals. "Top 10: Young sporting champions". Retrieved chapter ignored ( help ) "Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo goal for goal".