Daei Makes Football History (1 Viewer)

Ramin

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Iranian legend Ali Daei has become the first player in history to score 100 international goals.

The former Bayern Munich striker has now grabbed 102 goals in 133 Iranian appearances.

The 35-year old past the previous record holder Ferenc Puskas - who had 84 goals to his name - over a year ago and he has now passed another landmark.

Brazil's Pele is third on the all-time list with 77 goals from his international career.
 

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king Ale

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++ [ originally posted by Ramin ] ++
Iranian legend Ali Daei has become the first player in history to score 100 international goals.

The former Bayern Munich striker has now grabbed 102 goals in 133 Iranian appearances.

The 35-year old past the previous record holder Ferenc Puskas - who had 84 goals to his name - over a year ago and he has now passed another landmark.

Brazil's Pele is third on the all-time list with 77 goals from his international career.
he is great..I hope to see him in Germany(2006).
 
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Ramin

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    ++ [ originally posted by king Ale ] ++
    he is great..I hope to see him in Germany(2006).
    I hope not :p.. he's too old now and rarely run at all during the games. Hashemian would be a better starter.
     

    Martin

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    133 apps? That's coming close to the record for number of appearances, doesn't it? What does it stand at currently?
     

    Majed

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    ++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
    133 apps? That's coming close to the record for number of appearances, doesn't it? What does it stand at currently?
    This list was back in 2000... I'm sure it's changed, but maybe not as much at the top.

    151 Hossam Hassan Egypt 1985-continues
    150 Lothar Matthäus Germany 1980-2000
    149 Claudio Suarez Mexico 1992-continues
    143 Thomas Ravelli Sweden 1981-1997
    140 Majed Abdullah Saudi Arabia 1978-1994 :cool:
    140 Mohamed Al-Deayea Saudi Arabia 1990-continues
    135 Cobi Jones United States 1992-continues
    128 Marcelo Balboa United States 1988-continues
    127 Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi Saudi Arabia 1992-continues
    127 Peter Schmeichel Denmark 1987-continues
    126 Andoni Zubizarreta Spain 1985-1998
    125 Gheorghe Hagi Romania 1983-2000
    125 Peter Shilton England 1970-1990
    124 Jorge Campos Mexico 1991-continues
    123 Masamai Ihara Japan 1988-1999
    122 Ramon Ramirez Mexico 1991-continues
    121 Bum-Kun Cha South Korea 1972-1986
    119 Pat Jennings N. Ireland 1964-1986
    117 Heinz Hermann Switzerland 1978-1991
    116 Roland Nilsson Sweden 1986-continues

    ...

    Wow.. in that list there are 3 Saudis in the top ten...
     

    Desmond

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    Jul 12, 2002
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    he's brilliant.such a nice and quiet guy who displays a lot of charisma and sportsmanship on the pitch.

    i watched an interview of ali daei after he was honoured for reaching the landmark,he seemed so reserved and modest:cool:
     

    Fred

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    Oct 2, 2003
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    ++ [ originally posted by Ramin ] ++
    Iranian legend Ali Daei has become the first player in history to score 100 international goals.

    The former Bayern Munich striker has now grabbed 102 goals in 133 Iranian appearances.

    The 35-year old past the previous record holder Ferenc Puskas - who had 84 goals to his name - over a year ago and he has now passed another landmark.

    Brazil's Pele is third on the all-time list with 77 goals from his international career.
    strange someone from Europe watches Asian football so closely.i see your a big fan of Iran:)
     

    Azzurri7

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    Dec 16, 2003
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    ++ [ originally posted by Majed ] ++


    This list was back in 2000... I'm sure it's changed, but maybe not as much at the top.

    151 Hossam Hassan Egypt 1985-continues
    150 Lothar Matthäus Germany 1980-2000
    149 Claudio Suarez Mexico 1992-continues
    143 Thomas Ravelli Sweden 1981-1997
    140 Majed Abdullah Saudi Arabia 1978-1994 :cool:
    140 Mohamed Al-Deayea Saudi Arabia 1990-continues 135 Cobi Jones United States 1992-continues
    128 Marcelo Balboa United States 1988-continues
    127 Mohammed Al-Khilaiwi Saudi Arabia 1992-continues 127 Peter Schmeichel Denmark 1987-continues
    126 Andoni Zubizarreta Spain 1985-1998
    125 Gheorghe Hagi Romania 1983-2000
    125 Peter Shilton England 1970-1990
    124 Jorge Campos Mexico 1991-continues
    123 Masamai Ihara Japan 1988-1999
    122 Ramon Ramirez Mexico 1991-continues
    121 Bum-Kun Cha South Korea 1972-1986
    119 Pat Jennings N. Ireland 1964-1986
    117 Heinz Hermann Switzerland 1978-1991
    116 Roland Nilsson Sweden 1986-continues

    ...

    Wow.. in that list there are 3 Saudis in the top ten...
    this is great, what about Samil al Jaber?
     

    Azzurri7

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    Dec 16, 2003
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    ++ [ originally posted by Majed ] ++


    As famous as Sami was, he was never at the level of players like Majed Abdullah.
    I see, but anyhow KSA got lot of great players like D3aya3, Sa3id la3weran, mohale(correct me if i spell it wrong)...too bad they put the wrong image in WC02 specially against germany, i didn't expect that with such a players in KSA team.
     

    erado

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    Nov 2, 2004
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    Cheers to Ali Daei...

    I didnt really follow Asian football, but its rather unfair given that Asian powerhouse can trash the minows easily.... but still a impressive achivement!!!
     

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