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100 or more caps for Sweden (as of 03/2017)
148, 1999-2013 
143, 1981-1997 
133, 2002-2016 
131, 2001-2016 
117, 2000-2012 
116, 1986-2000 
115, 1963-1978 
109, 1993-2008 
106, 1993-2009 
Played in 4 UEFA European Football Championship (most of all)
1980–1988, 2000, West Germany/Germany 
1988–2000, Denmark 
1996–2008, Italy 
1996–2008, Netherlands 
1996–2008, France 
2000–2012, Sweden 
2004–2016, Sweden 
2004–2016, Germany 
2004–2016, Portugal 
2004–2016, Croatia 
2004–2016, Italy 
2004–2016, Czech Republic 
2004–2016, Sweden 
2004–2016, Germany 
2004–2016, Czech Republic 
2000, 2004, 2012, 2016, Czech Republic 
Scored 4 or more goals in a single UEFA Champions League game (as of 05/2017)
5, BARCELONA - Bayer Leverkusen 
5, BATE Borisov - SHAKHTAR 
4, MILAN - Goteborg 
4, LAZIO - Marseille 
4, MONACO - Deportivo La Coruna 
4, MAN UTD - Sparta Prague 
4, Fenerbahce - MILAN 
4, BARCELONA - Arsenal 
4, Dinamo Zagreb - LYON 
4, BAYERN MUNICH - Basel 
4, BORUSSIA DORTMUND - Real Madrid 
4, REAL MADRID - Malmo 
Scored 10 or more total goals in UEFA Champions League for 4 or more clubs (as of 05/2017)
Mallorca 1, Barcelona 16, Inter 10, Chelsea 3 
Real Madrid 14, Monaco 9, Liverpool 1, Valencia 6 
PSV 3, Chelsea 2, Real Madrid 1, Bayern Munich 23 
Parma 2, Lazio 2, Milan 6, Chelsea 4, Inter 11 
Arsenal 1, Real Madrid 2, PSG 5, Chelsea 12 
Barcelona 11, Monaco 4, Malaga 1, Olympiacos 2 
Scored 5 or more goals in 2016–17 UEFA Europa League (prior to 2017 final)
5, Celta Vigo 
5, Manchester United 
5, Anderlecht 
5, Fiorentina 
5, Young Boys 
6, Ajax 
6, Lyon 
7, Athletic Bilbao 
8, Zenit 
8, Roma 
Awarded 3 or more times Ligue 1 top scorer since 1970 (as of 05/2017)
3, Yugoslavia, Marseille 
5, Argentina, Stade Reims, PSG 
5, Argentina, Monaco, Tours, Toulon 
5, France, Marseille 
3, Brazil, Monaco, Lyon 
3, Portugal, Bordeaux, PSG 
PSG player awarded Ligue 1 Player of the Year since 1994 (till 2017)
1994, France 
1995, France 
1998, Italy 
2017, Uruguay 
Played 20 or more games for Milan in 2010-11 Serie A (finished 1st)
35, GK, Italy 
34, FW, Brazil 
33, DF, Brazil 
31, MF, Italy 
30, MF, Netherlands 
29, DF, Italy 
26, AMF/FW, Ghana 
26, DF, Italy 
25, FW, Brazil 
22, DF, Italy 
22, MF, France 
Barcelona-Milan transfer flows since 1990 (as of 05/2017)
to Barcelona in 1997, DF, Netherlands 
to Barcelona in 1997, DF, Netherlands 
to Barcelona in 1997, FW, France 
to Barcelona in 1998, FW, Netherlands 
to Barcelona in 2001, DF, Italy (loan) 
to Milan in 2002, AMF/FW, Brazil 
to Milan in 2008, DF, Italy 
to Milan in 2008, AMF, Brazil 
Barcelona's XI in 2009 FIFA Club World Cup Final (Champions)
GK 
DF 
DF 
DF 
DF 
MF 
MF 
MF 
Winger/FW 
Winger/FW 
Awarded Serie A Top Goalscorer (Capocannoniere) since 2004-05 (till 2016)
24, 2004–05, Livorno 
31, 2005–06, Fiorentina 
26, 2006–07, Roma 
21, 2007–08, Juventus 
29, 2009–10, Udinese 
28, 2010–11, Udinese 
29, 2012–13, Napoli 
22, 2013–14, Torino 
22, 2014–15, Verona (shared) 
22, 2014–15, Inter (shared) 
36, 2015–16, Napoli 
Played 10 or more games for Inter in Serie A each season from 2006-07 to 2008-09 (finished 1st)
MF, Serbia 
MF, Argentina 
FW, Argentina 
DF, Colombia 
DF, Argentina 
GK, Brazil 
FW, Argentina 
AMF, Portugal 
DF, Brazil 
DF, Brazil 
DF, Argentina 
MF, France 
DF, Argentina 
Had both Serie A Championships (Scudetto) revoked following the Calciopoli Scandal (Juventus 2004-05 and 2005-06)
FW, Romania 
FW, Italy 
GK, Italy 
FW, France 
MF, Brazil 
DF, Italy 
DF, France 
DF, France 
MF, Italy 
FW, Uruguay 
MF, Italy 
MF, Czech republic 
DF/MF, Italy 
DF/MF, Italy 
GK, Italy 
Top 10 Ajax's transfer record departures (as of 05/2017)
to Napoli in 2016-17 
to Real Madrid in 2008-09 
to Real Madrid in 2007-08 
to Liverpool in 2010-11 
to Roma in 2003-04 
to Man Utd in 2014-15 
to Liverpool in 2007-08 
to Tottenham in 2013-14 
to Barcelona in 2016-17 
Ajax's XI in Ibrahimovic's UEFA Champions League debut game (17/09/2002, scored both goals in 2:1 win vs Lyon at Amsterdam ArenA)
GK, Netherlands 
DF, Tunisia 
DF, Romania 
DF, USA 
DF, Brazil 
MF, Czech republic 
MF, Ghana 
Winger, Netherlands 
Winger, Netherlands 
AMF/FW, Finland 

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