Patrick Kluivert

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PATRICK KLUIVERT

REAL LIFE
Patrick Kluivert (born 1 July 1976 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch striker who, with 40 goals, holds the record as the Netherlands all-time top goal scorer. Regarded as a technically gifted striker, Kluivert also possessed great strength and excelled when playing with his back to the goal.

After winning the Eredivisie twice during three successful seasons with Ajax, Kluivert had a brief spell at AC Milan before moving to Barcelona where he really made his mark on the game. He scored 122 goals during his time at the Camp Nou and helped them to a La Liga title in 1999.
Full name
Patrick Kluivert
Date of birth
1 July 1976

Place of birth
Amsterdam, Netherlands Height
1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)

Playing position
Striker
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Base Version

1994

Patrick Kluivert burst on to the scene as an 18-year-old at the start of the 1994-95 season. His debut came in the 1994 Dutch Supercup win over rivals Feyenoord, where he also scored his first goal. Kluivert cemented his place in the team with his excellent movement and technical ability, finishing the season with 18 goals in 25 league games as Ajax went unbeaten to win the title.

The success didn’t end there, as Kluivert came off the bench to score the winner in the 1995 Champions League final.
Mid Version

1998

In August 1998, Patrick Kluivert joined Barcelona for a fee of £8.75m, moving just one hour before the transfer window closed. At the young age of 22, Kluivert managed to successfully fit into his new club under the management of Louis van Gaal, for whom he had played for at Ajax.

His first season at Barcelona was a great success, as his 15 league goals helped Barcelona to retain the La Liga title.
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2000

In 2000, FC Barcelona fell short of securing a third straight La Liga title; nonetheless, Patrick Kluivert found success and ended the season as the club’s top goal scorer with 15 goals. He continued his goal scoring form on the international stage at Euro 2000, winning the golden boot with five goals for the Netherlands.

Despite a semi-final exit, Kluivert’s form and goals also earned him a place in the UEFA Team of the Tournament.

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