Every player is always interested in leaving a legacy that will stay even after retirement. In football there are those records set by players that may be hard to imagine how they happened. Here are the 4 records you cannot believe exist in football.
1. Sergio Ramos Recording 22 Yellow Cards In One Season - The Spanish Centre back recorded 22 Yellow Cards in the 44 matches he played in all competitions. This was in the 2014/2015 season while he was playing for Real Madrid. He received 0 Red cards in that season.
2. Jorginho Giving 2000 Passes With 0 Assists - The Chelsea Central Defending midfielder recorded 2000 passes in the 2018/2019 season without giving any assist.
3. Harry Kane Scoring 250 plus goals With 0 Trophies - The English striker who plays for Tottenham Hotspur has not won any trophy in his football career.
4. Olivier Giroud Making Zero Touches Within 90 Minutes - This was in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He did not score or assist in all of the competition despite being the centre forward for France.
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