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Famous Footballer Initials #2
A 2nd version to the first ever quiz I made on here! The rules are simple, I give the initials of the footballer and a hint, and you have to name the footballer. Have fun!
Last updated: March 22, 2021
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Belgian Midfielder who joined Manchester City in 2015 following his inclusion in the Bundesliga Team of the Season with VFL Wolfsburg.
Kevin De Bruyne
Known as the " Divine Ponytail ", this footballer won the Ballon D'or in 1993.
Broke the Lionel Messi-Cristiano Ronaldo Ballon D'or streak in 2018 after winning the Golden Ball in the 2018 World Cup.
Nicknamed the " Non-Flying Dutchman " due to his fear of flying, this footballer is mainly known for his 11 year stint in the Premier League which brought upon 3 Premier League titles.
Avoided 18 months of Military Service due to his nation's 2018 World Cup performances.
Famously known for making the switch from FC Barcelona to Real Madrid in 2000. Branded as one of Portugal's best ever players.
Was part of the famous " BBC " Defence of Juventus that made it to the 2015 UCL Final, where they ultimately lost 3-1 to FC Barcelona.
Spent 23 years at Manchester United, winning 13 Premier League titles and becoming the club's record appearance maker in the process.
This player left Manchester City after a long injury lay-off, securing his dream move to Bayern Munich.
Arguably the greatest ever Premier League player, this footballer scored 175 goals in the league and won 4 Premier League Golden Boot awards.
Scored 20 goals in his first season in the Premier League in the 2014/15 season, then joined Atletico Madrid in 2018.
Made 392 appearances in 15 years with FC Barcelona, also known for his long curly hair.
Was top scorer in 2019/20 Premier League season, has scored 115 Premier League Goals since his first appearance in 2014.
Best known for his 7 year stint at AC Milan, this footballer finished his career as a Player-Manager for Chelsea.
Assisted *THAT* goal in the 2011/12 Premier League season.
The only Goalkeeper to ever win the Ballon D'or, this footballer was nicknamed the " Black Spider ".
One of the most sought-after youngsters in world football, this player has been a revelation in the Bundesliga over the past 2 seasons.
This footballer is Ivory Coast's highest international scorer, and scored 104 Premier League goals.
Had a forgettable spell in his 1 season in the Premier League but has since thrived at PSG, he is mostly remembered for his lob against Leicester City in 2014.
Angel Di Maria
Sadly passed away in January 2014, this footballer is SL Benfica's all-time top scorer with an incredible 317 goals in just 301 games.
Scored 23 goals in 2012-13 as Bayern Munich won the treble.
This footballer holds the tied record for most World Cups appeared in with 5, and won the 1999 German Footballer of the Year at the age of 38.
Failed to make an impact at FC Barcelona following his £105M switch from Liverpool in 2018.
Famously made the switch from FC Barcelona to Real Madrid in 1994, and has managed the likes of Spartak Moscow, RCD Mallorca and Swansea City.
Came 4th in the 2019 Ballon D'or rankings. Won joint 2018/19 Premier League Golden Boot with 22 goals.
Known as one of the best dribblers of all time due to his inverted left leg.
One of the best passers of all time, held together the midfield at Real Madrid for up to 7 years.
Captained England to their only World Cup success. A West Ham legend.
Goal machine across the Premier League with 4 clubs, and been a revelation since moving to the Serie A in 2019.
The youngest scorer in a Champions League final ever, this Dutch machine scored for fun at the likes of Ajax, Milan and Barcelona.
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