TROPHY Champions League is the dream of almost every footballer who is making a career in Europe. Because the trophy with the nickname The Big Ear is a symbol of the supremacy of the best club on the blue continent. One could say that the prestige of the Champions League is equivalent to the World Cup at the national team (national team) level.
Why is that? Because only the best players have the opportunity to win the trophy in their career. The best does not mean that the player has to be mature and even in the twilight, but also that they can be young.
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A number of players have seen how good it is to win the trophy when they are young or at the beginning of their careers. Following are the ranks of these players as reported by Sportskeeda, Tuesday (August 25, 2020).
5. Owen Hargreaves (20 years, 4 months and 3 days)
The English national player, who was born in Canada, began his career in Germany with FC Bayern Munich. He entered the academy in 1997 and made his debut in 2000. Despite his young age, Owen Hargreaves has become an important part of the squad. The Bavarian.
Owen Hargreaves trusted his skills as a midfielder to face Valencia in the 2000-2001 Champions League final. Bayern Munich won 5-4 on penalties.
4. Alphonso Davies (19 years, 9 months and 21 days)
Like Hargreaves, Alphonso Davies was born and raised in Canada. He joined the Vancouver Whitecaps Club in January 2019. In a short time he was able to successfully secure a place in the main team as a title defender left Bayern Munich.
On Monday, August 24, 2020, in the early morning of the WIB, coach Hans-Dieter Flick entrusted a place in the starting XI of FC Bayern Munich to face Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). The Reds won with a narrow score of 1-0 and Alphonso Davies officially became champions.