Pedro Becomes First Ever Player To Win The World Cup, European Championship, Premier League, Champions League & Europa League In World Football
Former Barcelona and Spanish footballer, Pedro Rodríguez has become the first man to win arguably the five top trophies in world football.
The 31-year-old winger who scored in Chelsea’s 4 – 1 against Arsenal to help them secure the Europa League trophy has now won the Champions League, Premier League, Europa League, World Cup, European Championship, a feat never achieved in history. Although, he has many other trophies.
In terms of international titles, Pedro won the World Cup in 2010 and the European Championship in 2012 with Spain.
He’s won the Champions League three times, and added the Europa League to his European collection on Wednesday night.
Domestically, he won the Premier League with Chelsea in 2017, adding an FA Cup trophy in 2018. And of course, he was around for Barcelona’s era of dominance in Spain.
He won La Liga five times, the Spanish Cup three times, and the Spanish Super Cup six times. He’s also got two FIFA Club World Cups and five UEFA Super cup wins to his name.
In all, that’s 24 major trophies for a 31-year-old, who is still playing with the hope of landing more trophies.
1x World Cup (Spain)
1x European Championship (Spain)
1x Premier League (Chelsea)
1x FA Cup (Chelsea)
1x Europa League (Chelsea)
5x La Liga (Barcelona)
3x Spanish Cup (Barcelona)
6x Spanish Super Cup (Barcelona)
2x FIFA Club World Cup (Barcelona)
5x UEFA Super cup (Barcelona)