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Top 10 Footballers Who Played For 2 Different Countries

There are footballers who played for 2 unique nations, do you know them? 

In the lord sport, it's very normal to change the shade of a club shirt, however have you seen the players change their public group? 

Prior to 1960, exchanging the public group was very straightforward, however then FIFA presented exacting guidelines on this. 

From that point forward, changing the shade of the public group shirt has been not, at this point simple. 

Here are 10 footballers who played for 2 distinct nations that you might not have known. 

10 footballers who played for 2 distinct nations 

1. Alfredo Di Stefano (Argentina, Colombia, Spain) 

Named the "silver bolt" for his unmistakable hair tone, the most heavenly accomplishments in his profession that Di Stefano had chiefly since he joined the Royal group of Madrid in 1953 and made a fundamental commitment to making this group the best football crew of the 20th century. 

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With Di Stefano, in addition to colleagues Ferenc Puskas, Real Madrid won 5 sequential European title prizes from 1956 to 1960, a splendid accomplishment, and Di Stefano himself additionally scored altogether 5 finals. 

The outcome has gone down in that set of experiences. 

Di Stéfano played for 3 public groups, Argentina, Colombia (in spite of the fact that he didn't have a Colombia identification), and Spain, in which, with Spain 31 matches, scored 23 objectives. 

In November 2003, on the 100th commemoration of FIFA's establishing, Di Stéfano was chosen by the Spanish Royal Football Federation as the brilliant player of Spanish football, the most extraordinary player of the country's football in 50 years. 

2. Ferenc Puskas (Hungary, Spain) 

During the 50s of the most recent century, alongside capable colleagues in the Hungarian group, for example, Zoltán Czibor, Sándor Kocsis, József Bozsik, and Nándor Hidegkuti, Ferenc Puskas made an amazing "realm" that infrequently any antiquated metal could coordinate. 

He had multiple times won the title of top scorer in the Hungarian title, in which he turned into the most scorer in Europe in 1948. 

After the political disturbances in 1956 in Hungary, the star nicknamed "super-speed major" moved to Spain. 

From that point, Ferenc Puskas turned into a fundamental piece of another "club-level" domain called Real Madrid – where he was respected with the most brilliant stars like Di Stéfano, Gento, Kopa, or Santamaria. 

While serving for the public group Real Madrid, Puskas likewise won multiple times the Pichichi grant (La Liga top scorer), and scored 7 objectives in two Champions Cup finals. 

3. Luis Monti (Argentina, Italy) 

In Argentina, in 1901 Luis Monti was brought into the world in Buenos Aires. He is popular for having played in 2 FIFA World Cup finals against 2 diverse public groups. 

He previously played for Argentina to go to the 1924 Olympics, assumed a significant part in rousing La Albiceleste to arrive at the last, however tragically lost to have Uruguay in the last match. 

Mr. Monti showed up for Argentina from 1924 to 1931 and had 5 objectives, prior to moving to Italy. 

That was the point at which he moved to Italy to play for the Juventus club in 1931 and after a year was called to the Italia group, gone to the 1934 World Cup last, and delegated the hero. 

4. Michel Platini (France, Italy) 

During his vocation as a player, Platini has played for the clubs like Nancy, Saint-Étienne, and Juventus, scoring 224 objectives in 432 games. During the time Platini played for the French group, he used to hold the title of "the best player" and "the top scorer" in the European Championship 1984. 

Michel Platini once held the scoring record for the French public group (41 objectives) prior to being broken by Thierry Henry in 2007. 

His most noteworthy vocation was related with Juventus (Italy) when winning the Serie A two seasons from 1983 to 1984, 1985-1986, and delegated in the Champions League in the 1984-1985 season. 

He turned into the main player to win the European Golden Ball multiple times in succession. 

A wonderful vocation among the players who made their name in world football history. 

5. Thiago Motta (Brazil, Italy) 

Motta was brought into the world in São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil yet his folks were both Italian. 

During his vocation, Motta played for the Brazilian youth group. 

He additionally played for the Brazilian group for the 2003 Gold Cup (the Caribbean North and Central American Championship and Brazil were visitors). 

In that competition, Motta played two matches while Brazil won the Runner-up. 

In any case, soon after the finish of that competition, Motta expressed he "didn't have any desire to play for the Brazilian public group". 

By 2011 the midfielder had the chance to play for Italy, his folks' old neighborhood. 

Altogether, Motta showed up for the Italian public group, going to EURO 2012, 2016, and the 2014 World Cup. 

6. Nacer Chadli (Belgium, Morocco) 

Notwithstanding Belgian ethnicity, Nacer Chadli is additionally a Moroccan resident. 

In this manner, he used to play for the North African public group in November 2010. 

In January 2011, Chadli declared his vocation as a player devoted to the Belgian public group, and at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels, he scored his first global objective in the Euro 2012 against Azerbaijan on March 29, 2011. 

Prior to scoring a 3-2 success over Japan, Chadli showed up for the public group and scored 5 objectives for Belgium. 

7. Diego Costa (Spain, Brazil) 

Costa was brought into the world in Lagarto, Sergipe, Brazil yet never played expertly in Brazil. 

In the public group, Costa played two counterparts for the Brazilian public group in 2013 preceding he chose to turn into a Spanish resident and changed to Spain. 

He made his first game for Spain in March 2014 and joined a similar country in the 2014 World Cup and the 2018 World Cup. 

Costa has shown up under Spain and scored 10 objectives here. 

8. Wilfried Zaha (England, Ivory Coast) 

Wilfried Zaha has contended in a wide range of nations. In 2012, Zaha was called up to England for a cordial match against Sweden. 

In 2016, in spite of the fact that Gareth Southgate attempted to convince him to remain in England, Zaha chose to play for his host group of Ivory Coast, just after that time he was called into the beginning crew. In 2017, he appeared and showed up (starting at 2020). 

9. Declan Rice (England, Ireland) 

Declan Rice was brought into the world on 14 January 1999, who is an English expert soccer playing midfielder for the West Ham United club in the Premier League and the British public group. 

Prior to that, he showed up for the Irish public group despite the fact that he was brought into the world in London, as his grandparents were of Irish plunge. 

10. Jermaine Jones (Germany, America) 

The previous American worldwide played for all levels of the German group somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2010. Jones played for the U20 and U21 groups and had three "Kick the bucket Mannschaft" covers prior to moving to the US group. 

Since making his new shirt debut in October 2010, he has shown up, scored 4 objectives, and is one of the mainstays of the group. End 

Those are my main ten footballers who played for 2 distinct nations. Most players start to play football with a definitive objective of being illustrative of their country. 

Nonetheless, every now and then, the players above, for some reasons either have passionate or better odds of headway, which change their faithfulness. Thus you have them among the footballers who played for two distinct nations.

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