India Wins SAFF Championship: blue tiger (Blue Tiger) Indian football team popularly known as (Indian Football Team) Maldives on Saturday (Maldives) Creating history in South Asian Football Federation Championship 2021 (SAFF Championship) on record 8captured for the first time. Your star captain Sunil Chhetri (Sunil Chetri) Under the leadership of the team, Nepal defeated Nepal in the final. 3-0 beat out. Chhetri scored a goal in the match. Also, he won Argentina in terms of international goals. (Argentina) Legendary footballer Lionel Messi (Lionel Messi) Of 80 Has also equaled the record of goals.
Chhetri has SAFF Championship I said about the title win that, “The way we started in this tournament was a disappointment for me. However, now that we have finished the tournament with a title win, I am very happy.. I am proud of my entire team for the way we came back in the tournament.”
chhetri has 48th Minute In fired First Round
Captain Chhetri of the match 48Scored the first goal for the team in the th minute as well as Messi’s 80 Equals international goals record. Two minutes after this, Suresh Singh scored the second goal and led the team in this match. 2-0 gave the edge of. in the crucial moments of the match 90In the th minute, the substitute player Abdul Sahal gave the team 3-0 carried over.
Sunil chhetri has fired To all More Round
Sunil Chhetri scored the most five goals in the tournament. During the league match against Nepal itself, Chhetri ‘black Pearl‘ (Black Pearl) Famous Brazilian football player Pele K. 77 International goal was also equaled. After this he scored two more goals in his next match.. After the final, he is now equal to Messi 80 have scored. Chhetri has reached the joint second spot in the all-time list of most goals scored in international matches..
Talking about active football players, Portugal’s star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is at the first position in the list of players who have scored the most goals in international matches.. name of ronaldo 112 international goals are.
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