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  • 1st October 2019:
    Q: Which five Bayern Munich Players scored UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks?

    A: Roy Makaay​ (2004 Bayern Munich 4-0 Ajax), Ivica Olić (2010 Bayern Munich 3-0 Lyon), Mario Gomez (2010 Bayern Munich 4-0 CFR Cluj, 2011 Bayern Munich 3-2 Napoli & 2012 Bayern Munich 7-0 Basel), Claudio Pizarro (2012 Bayern Munich 6-1 Lille) and Robert Lewandowski (2015 Bayern Munich 5-0 Dinamo Zagreb).


    UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 30th September 2019:
    Q: Which were the last five different Clubs to win Campeonato Brasileiro Série A League?

    A: Palmeiras​ (2018 & 2016), Corinthians (2017, 2015 & 2011), Cruzeiro Esporte Clube (2014 & 2013), Fluminense FC (2012 & 2010) and CR do Flamengo (2009).


    Brazilian Football League Champions – Campeonato Brasileiro Série A – from season 1959 to season 2019
  • 29th September 2019:
    Q: Which five Irishmen have Premier League Goals or Assists this season?

    A: Jeff Hendrick​ (Burnley), Matt Doherty (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Callum Robinson (Sheffield United), Séamus Coleman (Everton) and Enda Stevens (Sheffield United).


    Premier League Players’ Combined Goals & Assists 2019-20
  • 28th September 2019:
    Q: Which four goalkeepers won England Caps as Tottenham Hotspur Players?

    A: Ted Ditchburn​ (6 caps won 1948-56), Ray Clemence (5 caps won 1981-83), Ian Walker (3 caps won 1996-97) and Paul Robinson (37 caps won 2004-07).


    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
  • 27th September 2019:
    Q: Which four players scored two or more goals for England while with Southampton FC?

    A: Mick Channon (21 goals), Terry Paine (7 goals), Kevin Keegan (2 goals) and Rickie Lambert (2 goals).


    England Goalscorers by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
  • 26th September 2019:
    Q: Which eight players have been Italy’s Serie A Highest Goalscorer for three seasons or more?

    A: Gunnar Nordahl​ (Sweden 5 times), Aldo Boffi (Italy 3 times), Giuseppe Meazza (Italy 3 times), Giuseppe Signori (Italy 3 times), Luigi Riva (Italy 3 times), Michel Platini (France 3 times), Paolo Pulici (Italy 3 times) and Roberto Pruzzo (Italy 3 times).


    Serie A Highest Goalscorers from Season 1923-24 to 2018-19 Totals by Player
  • 25th September 2019:
    Q: Which six Clubs have provided Italy’s Serie A Highest Goalscorer in the last six seasons?

    A: Sampdoria​ (Fabio Quagliarella 26 goals 2018-19), Lazio (Ciro Immobile 29 goals 2017-18), Internazionale (Mauro Icardi 29 goals 2017-18), AS Roma (Edin Džeko 29 goals 2016-17), Napoli (Gonzalo Higuaín 36 goals 2015-16) and Hellas Verona (Luca Toni 26 goals 2014-15).


    Italian Football League Champions–Serie A–from season 1897-98 to 2018-19
  • 24th September 2019:
    Q: Who was the last La Liga Highest Goalscorer not from either Real Madrid or Barcelona?

    A: Uruguay’s Diego Forlán who scored 32 goals for Atlético Madrid in season 2008-09.


    La Liga Highest Goalscorers from Season 1929 to 2018-19
  • 23rd September 2019:
    Q: How many goals were scored in last season’s 93 Football League (EFL) Cup matches? A.225, B.245, C.265, D.285, E.305, or F.325

    A: 285 goals were scored in the 93 Football League (EFL) Cup matches played during season 2018-19 for an average of 3.06 goals per game.


    Football League (EFL) Carabao Cup Statistics and Results Season 2018-19
  • 22nd September 2019:
    Q: Which three Portuguese Players scored Premier League Hat-Tricks?

    A: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United 6-0 Newcastle United), Diogo Jota (Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-3 Leicester City) and Bernardo Silva (Manchester City 8-0 Watford).


    Premier League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 21st September 2019:
    Q: Which four players scored two or more Goals for England while with Leicester City?

    A: Jamie Vardy (7 goals), Ernie Hine (4 goals), Gary Lineker (3 goals) and Frank Worthington (2 goals).


    England Goalscorers by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
  • 20th September 2019:
    Q: Who is the only Foreign Player with Premier League Appearances for both AFC Bournemouth & Southampton?

  • 19th September 2019:
    Q: Which three Norwegians scored UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks?

    A: Sigurd Rushfeldt​ (1998 Rosenborg 3–0 Galatasaray), Frode Johnsen (2000 Rosenborg 6-1 Helsingborg) and Erling Braut Håland (2019 Red Bull Salzburg 6-2 Genk).


    UEFA Champions League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 18th September 2019:
    Q: Which seven Dutch Clubs have played in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage?

    A: PSV Eindhoven​ (16 times), Ajax (15 times), Feyenoord (5 times), Willem II, Heerenveen, AZ Alkmaar and FC Twente.


    UEFA Champions League Progress Chart 1992-93 to 2018-19
  • 17th September 2019:
    Q: Which four players scored Premier League Hat-Tricks for Norwich City?

    A: Mark Robins (Norwich City 3-2 Oldham Athletic), Chris Sutton (Norwich City 4-2 Leeds United), Efan Ekoku (Everton 1-5 Norwich City) and Teemu Pukki (Norwich City 3-0 Newcastle United).


    Premier League Hat-Tricks 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 16th September 2019:
    Q: Which four Foreign Players have appeared in the Premier League for both Aston Villa & West Ham United?

    A: Carlos Sánchez (Colombia), Thomas Hitzlsperger (Germany), Nolberto Solano (Peru) and Robbie Keane (Ireland).


    Foreign Players in the Premier League from Season 1992-93 to 2019-20
  • 15th September 2019:
    Q: Who were the last seven players to win England Caps with Aston Villa?

    A: Fabian Delph (2015), Ashley Young (2011), Stewart Downing (2011), Darren Bent (2011), Stephen Warnock (2010), James Milner (2010) and Emile Heskey (2010).


    England Players by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
  • 14th September 2019:
    Q: Which five Managers have won the Premier League Manager of the Month Award eight times or more?

    A: Alex Ferguson (27 times), Arsène Wenger (15 times), David Moyes (10 times), Harry Redknapp (8 times) and Martin O’Neill (8 times).


    Premier League Manager of the Month Awards August 1993 to April 2020
  • 13th September 2019:
    Q: Which four Everton Players were part of England’s 1986 FIFA World Cup Finals Squad?

    A: Gary Stevens​, Gary Lineker, Peter Reid and Trevor Steven.


    England’s FIFA World Cup Record & Statistics from 1950 to 2018
  • 12th September 2019:
    Q: Which five Belgians won UEFA Champions League Medals?

    A: Eric Gerets​ (PSV Eindhoven 1988), Daniel Van Buyten (Bayern Munich 2013), Thomas Vermaelen (Barcelona 2015), Simon Mignolet (Liverpool 2019) and Divock Origi (Liverpool 2019).


    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956-2019
  • 11th September 2019:
    Q: Which two Norwegians won Southampton’s Player of the Year Award?

    A: Egil Østenstad​ (1997) and Claus Lundekvam (2006).


    Southampton FC Player of the Year 1974–2019
  • 10th September 2019:
    Q: Which five remaining UEFA Nations have England yet to play after Kosovo?

    A: Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar and Latvia.


    England Opponents A-Z Statistics and Chronological Order 1872-2019
  • 9th September 2019:
    Q: Which two Australians won UEFA Champions League Medals?

    A: Harry Kewell​ (Liverpool 2005) and Zeljko Kalac (AC Milan 2007).


    UEFA European Cup & Champions League Medal Winners 1956 to 2019
  • 8th September 2019:
    Q: Which three Clubs have won the Kosovo League three times or more?

    A: FC Prishtina​ (10 times), KF Besa Pejë (3 times) and KF Feronikeli (3 times).


    World Football Leagues: Kosovo
  • 7th September 2019:
    Q: Which six goalkeepers have worn Leicester City’s Number One Shirt in the Premier League Era?

    A: Gavin Ward (1994-95), Kevin Poole (1996-97), Kasey Keller (1997-99), Tim Flowers (1999-2002), Ian Walker (2003-04) and Kasper Schmeichel (2014-20).


    Leicester City FC Premier League Players’ Squad Numbers 1994-95 to 2019-20
  • 6th September 2019:
    Q: Which eight Englishmen won Manchester United’s Player of the Year Award from 1988 to 2019?

    A: Bryan Robson​ (1989), Gary Pallister (1990), Paul Ince (1993), David Beckham (1997), Teddy Sheringham (2001), Wayne Rooney (2006 & 2010), Michael Carrick (2013) and Luke Shaw (2019).


    Manchester United FC Player of the Year 1988–2019
  • 5th September 2019:
    Q: Which five German Clubs have supplied players to England’s National Team?

    A: Bayern Munich (Owen Hargreaves), SV Hamburg (Kevin Keegan), 1.FC Koln (Tony Woodcock), Werder Bremen (David Watson) and Borussia Dortmund (Jadon Sancho).


    England Players Affiliated with Foreign Clubs 1959 to 2019
  • 4th September 2019:
    Q: What was England’s biggest UEFA European Championship win?

    A: England 9-0 Luxembourg on 15th December 1982 at the Empire Stadium Wembley. Bossi OG, Coppell, Woodcock, Blissett (3), Chamberlain, Hoddle and Neal with the goals.


    England’s UEFA European Championships Record & Statistics 1960-2020
  • 3rd September 2019:
    Q: Which four Bulgarians made over 100 Premier League Appearances?

    A: Dimitar Berbatov​ (229), Stiliyan Petrov (195), Radostin Kishishev (179) and Martin Petrov (118).


    World Football Leagues: Bulgaria
  • 2nd September 2019:
    Q: Which five Dutchmen have Premier League Goals or Assists this season?

    A: Erik Pieters​ (Burnley), Anwar el Ghazi (Aston Villa), Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool), Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace) and Davy Pröpper (Brighton & Hove Albion).


    Premier League Players’ Goals & Assists 2019-20
  • 1st September 2019:
    Q: Which five players scored 8 or more Goals for England while with Arsenal FC?

    A: Cliff Bastin​ (12 goals, 1931-38), Tony Woodcock (9 goals, 1982-86), Ian Wright (9 goals, 1992-98), Theo Walcott (8 goals, 2006-16) and Danny Welbeck (8 goals, 2014-18).


    England Goalscorers by Club Affiliation 1872-2019
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