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Scotland Player Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish, Record By Opponent

Dalglish, Kenneth Mathieson

Date of Birth04/03/1951
Place of BirthGlasgow
Games Played102 [Show all]
Games Started94
Games On As Sub8
Yellow Cards2
Red Cards0

Breakdown By Opposition

OppositonStarts (As Sub)GoalsYellow CardsRed Cards
Argentina2 (0)000
Australia1 (0)000
Austria2 (0)000
Belgium5 (1)210
Brazil3 (1)000
Bulgaria1 (1)000
Chile1 (0)100
Czechoslovakia4 (0)100
Denmark3 (1)200
East Germany4 (0)100
England10 (0)200
Finland1 (0)100
Holland3 (0)200
Hungary1 (0)000
Iceland1 (0)000
Iran1 (0)000
Israel1 (0)100
Luxembourg1 (0)000
New Zealand1 (0)100
Northern Ireland9 (1)510
Norway2 (1)400
Peru2 (0)000
Poland1 (0)000
Portugal4 (1)100
Romania3 (0)000
Spain3 (1)100
Sweden4 (0)100
Switzerland3 (0)000
Uruguay1 (0)000
Wales11 (0)200
West Germany2 (0)100
Yugoslavia2 (0)100
Zaire1 (0)000

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Kenny Dalglish (1968-90, Celtic, Liverpool) was a brilliant striker and undoubtedly one of the greatest players in the history of the game. Determined, disciplined, quite unselfish and razor-sharp when nearing his opponents' goal.

The only player to score more than 100 league goals in both Scotland and England.

Posted by Patrick Roberts on 29/04/2015 - 02:05

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