In case you’re a footy fan you’ve presumably known about this unbelievable midfielder, previous individual from Croatian public group. Robert Prosinecki was brought into the world in 1969. in Germany’s Schwenningen, where his folks were working. He came in Croatia at early age and began playing for Dinamo Zagreb, yet mentor Miroslav Blazevic excused him saying his (in)famous sentence: ‘If this chap turns into a genuine football player, I’ll eat my training certificate.’
I don’t know whether his recognition actually stayed in one piece, yet Robert Prosinecki at that point finished paperwork for Red Star Belgrade and made his introduction in youthful public group of Yugoslavia. Truth be told, in 1987. Robi or Zuti (‘the yellow one’, because of his light hair) became obvious at the World Youth Championship in Chile where he was named player of the competition!
Who might thought this midfielder would turn into the solitary part in World Cup history to score for two diverse public groups? In Italy 1990, Prosinecki scored one objective for Yugoslavia in a gathering match against United Arab Emirates. แทงบอลขั้นต่ำ As Yugoslavia self-destructed not long after that, Robi became unmistakable individual from Croatian public group. After eight years, during FIFA World Cup finals in France he scored 2 objectives, in a gathering match against Jamaica and in the third spot match against the Netherlands. The subsequent objective incorporated his acclaimed procedure, that tricked adversary players totally.
Croatia won third spot that year (with striker Davor Suker as Golden Boot champ), yet among numerous Croats there’s a still lament for what may have occurred if just mentor Blazevic didn’t leave Robert Prosinecki on a seat during semi-last match against France, which Croatia lost 1:2.
Nonetheless, the third spot in a World Cup will perpetually stay the crown of his profession, however we should not fail to remember he additionally won European Cup with Red Star Belgrade in 1991., and played for Spain’s large two clubs, Real Madrid and Barcelona. In Portsmouth, where he played uniquely in season 2001/2002., Robert is even now held as a saint and his moniker was ‘Croatian Magician’.
I met this football virtuoso around 10 years prior, you never think about where – at the workmanship display! No, he didn’t turn into a painter, however he opened presentation of painting as an uncommon visitor. Quiet and practical, he gave signatures a short time later and took pictures with his fans.
Robert Prosinecki finished his playing vocation in 2004., yet his popular dribblings, passes and objectives are as of now part of most prominent crossroads in football history.