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Non Dutch player awarded Dutch Footballer of the Year (as of 10/2017)
1993, Finland 
1995, Belgium 
2002-03, Serbia 
2003-04, Brazil 
2006–07, Brazil 
2008–09, Morocco 
2009–10, Uruguay 
2011–12, Belgium 
2012–13, Ivory Coast 
2016–17, Morocco 
Awarded 2 or more times Eredivisie Top goalscorer since 1980 (as of 10/2017)
1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, Ajax 
1990-91 (shared), 1991-92, 1992-93, Ajax 
1995-96, 1996-97, PSV 
1998-99, 1999-00, PSV 
2000-01, 2002-03, 2003-04, PSV 
2005-06 Heerenveen/Ajax, 2007-08 Ajax 
Brazilian player to score a hat-trick in UEFA Champions League (as of 10/2017)
in 2000-01, for Barcelona 
in 2002-03, for Real Madrid 
in 2005-06, for Barcelona 
in 2004-05, for Inter 
in 2005-06, for Inter 
in 2006-07, for Milan 
in 2008-09, for Shakhtar 
in 2009-10, for Wolfsburg 
in 2012-13, for Shakhtar 
in 2013-14, for Barcelona 
in 2014-15, for Shakhtar 
5 goals in 2014-15, for Shakhtar 
Brazilian player in FIFA 100 (Pele's choice of the 'greatest living footballers'; unveiled in 2004 at the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of FIFA)
DF, 1963-82 
DF, 1990-2008 
MF, 1972-86 
FW, 1956-77 
MF, 1974-93 
MF, 1991-2015 
MF, 1965-81 
DF, 1991-2015 
MF/FW, 1998-2015 
FW, 1993-2011 
DF, 1948-70 
DF, 1948-64 
MF, 1974-89 
MF/FW, 1971-94 
Non Spanish player Awarded Pichichi Trophy, La Liga top goalscorer, since 1980 (till 2016-17)
1983-84 (shared) Valladolid, Uruguay 
1984-85 Atletico Madrid, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90 Real Madrid, Mexico 
1988-89 Atletico Madrid, Brazil 
1992-93 Deportivo La Coruna, Brazil 
1994-95 Real Madrid, Chile 
1995-96 Tenerife, Argentina 
1996-97 Barcelona, 2003-04 Real Madrid, Brazil 
1997-98 Atletico Madrid, Italy 
2002–03 Deportivo La Coruna, Netherlands 
2004-05 Villarreal, 2008-09 Atletico Madrid, Uruguay 
2005-06 Barcelona, Cameroon 
2006-07 Real Madrid, Netherlands 
2009-10, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2016-17, Barcelona 
2010-11, 2013-14, 2014-15, Real Madrid, Portugal 
2015-16 Barcelona, Uruguay 
Awarded Rey del Futbol de America (King of Football of America, South American Footballer of the Year) since 1991 (till 2016)
1991, Velez Sarsfield, Argentina 
1992, Sao Paulo, Brazil 
1993, Junior, Colombia 
1994, Sao Paulo, Brazil 
1995, River Plate, Uruguay 
1996, Velez Sarsfield, Paraguay 
1997, River Plate, Chile 
1998, Boca Juniors, Argentina 
1999, River Plate, Argentina 
2001, Boca Juniors, Argentina 
2002, Toluca, Paraguay 
2003, 2004, Boca Juniors, 2005, Corinthians, Argentina 
2006, Colo-Colo, Chile 
2007, America, Paraguay 
2008,2009, Estudiantes, Argentina 
2010, Internacional, Argentina 
2011, 2012, Santos, Brazil 
2013, Atletico Mineiro, Brazil 
2014, River Plate, Colombia 
2015, River Plate, Uruguay 
2016, Atletico Nacional, Colombia 
Men's Football Summer Olympics top goalscorer since 1988 (till 2016)
7 goals, 1992, Poland 
6 goals, 1996 (shared), Brazil 
6 goals, 1996 (shared), Argentina 
6 goals, 2000, Chile 
8 goals, 2004, Argentina 
4 goals, 2008, Italy 
6 goals, 2012, Brazil 
6 goals, 2016 (shared), Germany 
6 goals, 2016 (shared), Germany 
Brazil's XI in 1994 FIFA World Cup Final (Champions, won on penalties vs Italy after 0:0 full time draw)
GK 
DF 
DF 
DF 
DF 
MF 
MF 
MF 
MF 
FW 
Awarded 1994 FIFA World Cup All-Star Team
GK, Belgium 
DF, Brazil 
DF, Brazil 
DF, Italy 
MF, Brazil 
MF, Bulgaria 
MF, Romania 
MF, Sweden 
FW, Bulgaria 
FW, Italy 
Scored a goal in 1997 Copa America for Brazil (Champions, won 3:1 vs Bolivia)
5 goals 
3 goals 
2 goals 
1 goal 
1 goal 
1 goal 
1 goal 
1 goal 
Brazil's XI in Romario's last international game (28/04/2005, Friendly, won 3:0 vs Guatemala)
GK, Palmeiras 
DF, Sporting Lisbon 
DF, Fluminense 
DF, Sao Paulo 
MF, Santos 
MF, Sao Paulo 
MF, Palmeiras 
MF, Corinthians 
FW, Santos 
FW, Guarani