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Kanti tops the list of 6 stars who won the Premier League, the Champions League and the World Cup

6 players managed to achieve the most important treble in their history by winning the Premier League, Champions League and World Cup titles.

Three stars from France won the treble and they are Thierry Henry, Arsenal's star, Fabien Barthez, Manchester United goalkeeper, Ngolo Kante, Chelsea midfielder, Spanish duo Gerard Pique and Pedro, who play Barcelona, ​​and Brazilian Giuliano Belletti Barcelona.

And the French star, N'Golo Kante, the star of Chelsea's midfield, is one of only 6 players to have succeeded in winning the World Cup, the English Premier League and the Champions League.

Kante was preceded by five players who achieved this achievement: a French duo (Thierry Henry, Fabien Barthez) and Brazilian Giuliano Belletti, and a Spanish duo (Gerard Pique and Pedro).

Ingolo Kante won the English Premier League twice, the strongest league in the world, winning in 2016 with Leicester City, in 2017 with Chelsea, in 2018 with the world champion with France, and in 2021 the European Champions League champion with Chelsea.

UEFA awarded French international Ngolo Kante the best player in the final of the UEFA Champions League, after his team scored an impressive victory over Manchester City on Saturday night with a clean goal in their match at the Dragao stadium in Porto, Portugal.

The European Union confirmed, through its official website, the right of the French star N'Golo Kante to get the best player in the Champions League final match, due to the skills and strength he showed in stopping his opponent Manchester City's move in the match that brought them together on Saturday evening.

The English Chelsea team succeeded in equating 4 other clubs in the record of winning the Champions League, most notably Juventus, after the Blues were crowned the title for the second time in its history, after achieving a precious victory over its counterpart Manchester City, with a free goal, in the fiery confrontation that brought them together in the evening Saturday, at the "Dragao" stadium in the Portuguese city of Porto, in the final of the current edition of the continental competition 2020-2021.

Chelsea also succeeded in equating Italian Juventus, who won the title in 1985 and 1996, Benfica of Portugal, who won the title in 1961 and 1962, Nottingham Forest of England in 1979 and 1980, and Porto of Portugal in 1987 and 2004.

Chelsea won the Champions League for the second time in its history, after winning the 2011-2012 season by beating Bayern Munich at home with penalties, while the Blues lost the final once in the 2007-2008 season against Manchester United on penalties as well.