Sunil Chhetri sets new record with 61 goals

The 34-year-old striker, Sunil Chhetri plays for Indian club Bengaluru FC in the Indian Soccer League. He is both the most-topped player and unequaled top scorer for Indian national group. Chhetri started his best career at Mohun Bagan in 2002. He at that point moved to (Jagatjit Cotton and Textile Football Club) JCT where he scored 21 objectives in 48 games. He was marked by the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer in 2010, turning into the third player from the subcontinent of note to travel to another country. In any case, that spell in the United States did not keep going long and soon he was back in India’s I-League where he played for Chirag United and Mohun Bagan before returning abroad. This time he was marked by Sporting Clube de Portugal of the Primeira Liga where he played for the club’s side.

Chhetri surpassed USA universal Clint Dempsey and drew level with David Villa after he scored cap stunt against Chinese Taipei, to move to joint third on the rundown of the most noteworthy dynamic worldwide goalscorers in football. Sunil Chhetri has scored 59 objectives in 99 matches he played up until now and turned into the third most elevated dynamic goalscorer on the planet just behind Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. He is only 5 objectives from contacting Lionel Messi’s record of 64 objectives.

Top 5 record scorers in International football

Player Name Country Goals

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 81

Lionel Messi Argentina 64

David Villa Spain 59

Sunil Chhetri India 61

Clint Dempsey USA 57

Sunil Chhetri’s real accomplishments

He helped India win the 2007 Nehru Cup, 2009 Nehru Cup, the 2012 Nehru Cup just as the 2011 SAFF Championship. He was additionally the best player during the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup in which India won the competition and in this manner qualified for their first AFC Asian Cup in 27 years. He at that point drove India in scoring during their fleeting effort at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup with two objectives. Chhetri has likewise been named AIFF Player of the Year multiple times in 2007, 2011, 2013 and 2014.

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