Liverpool star is one win away from becoming the 2nd player to win the UCL with 3 different clubs

 

Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich star, Thiago Alcantara has been exceptional since his move to Liverpool in the summer of 2020/2021 transfer window having been doing pretty well since making his debut for the Reds.

The 31 years old Spaniard midfield enigma so far in his senior club professional football career has been making waves by leaving an impactful and indelible landmarks in every clubs he has played like he is currently doing at Liverpool, with a blistering run of form under the tutelage of German tactician Jurgen Klopp which has made him an important figure in the squad.

Thiago Alcantara was superb yesterday as he played his part and also contributed his quota in his team’s stunning comeback victory in their second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals ties against Villarreal away from home at the Estadio de la Ceramica.

He was at the heart of the centre-field with a massive ball control and as such earned more of the ball possession which helped them to outclass the host with an inspiration that made them overhauled a two goals deficit, which as a result booked a spot for them in the final of the competition being their third in the last five years.

Thiago Alcantara with his great influx of delivery in the game has now helped the team to the final of the competition against either of Manchester City or Real Madrid, with the hope to continue the good work by emerging the winner against any of the possible opponent.

As such, the Spaniard is now just one win away from becoming the second player to win the most coveted UEFA Champions League trophy with three different clubs having done so previously with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

Clarence Seedorf

Ajax Amsterdam (1995)

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Real Madrid (1998)

AC Milan (2003 & 2007)

Thiago Alcantara

Barcelona (2011)

Bayern Munich (2020)

Liverpool (2022)**

 

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