Pedro has had a successful football career, and has won it all when it comes to the football game. The Spaniard left Barcelona with a very impressive CV as he joined Chelsea in 2015, and his CV has again been boosted since he joined the Blues.
Pedro was in good form on Wednesday night as he scored the second goal in the 4-1 win against Arsenal in the Europa League final in Baku.
While the Chelsea team were celebrating yet another triumph, it was Pedro who will have the most reason to be happy as he has set a record on Wednesday night.
Following Chelsea’s triumph in Baku, Pedro has become the first player in history to win the Europa League, Champions League, World Cup, European Championship and Premier League. Pedro has a rich collection, having won La Liga, the Copa del Rey, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup as well.
Pedro has had a very successful career for Barcelona, Spain and Chelsea since making his Barca debut in 2007, and he can say he has won it all for both club and country.
Speaking after the win, Pedro told the official Chelsea website: “I can retire now!
“Another title is good for me! It’s the first time I have played the Europa League and to win it is special. I’m very happy to score, and now we can enjoy it all together, with the supporters as well who deserve it.
“We won in a very good way, playing very well and scoring a lot of goals. The first half was even, but we moved the ball so fast in the second half, controlling the ball, passing between the lines and creating chances.
“It’s an unbelievable feeling for us to win this title. We deserved it.”