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Sunil Chhetri Goals | Net Worth | Family | Achievements

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Complete List of Sunil Chhetri Goals

N.O of Sunil Chhetri GoalsDateVenueOpponent
1.12 June 2005Quetta Pakistan
2.17 August 2007Delhi Cambodia
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4.23 August 2007 Syria
5.26 August 2007 Kyrgyzstan
6.8 October 2007Sidon Lebanon
7.30 October 2007Margao
8.24 May 2008 Chinese Taipei
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10.3 June 2008Malé   Nepal
11.11 June 2008 Bhutan
12.7 August 2008Hyderabad Myanmar
13.13 August 2008Delhi Tajikistan
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16.23 August 2009 Kyrgyzstan
17.8 October 2010Pune Vietnam
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20.14 January 2011Doha Bahrain
21.18 January 2011Doha South Korea
22.21 March 2011Petaling Jaya Chinese Taipei
23.10 July 2011Malé Maldives
24.16 November 2011Kolkata Malaysia
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26.3 December 2011New Delhi Afghanistan
27.5 December 2011 Bhutan
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29.7 December 2011 Sri Lanka
30.9 December 2011 Maldives
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32.11 December 2011 Afghanistan
33.22 August 2012 Syria
34.25 August 2012 Maldives
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36.2 September 2012 Cameroon
37.4 March 2013Yangon Guam
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39.3 September 2013Kathmandu Bangladesh
40.15 November 2013Siliguri Philippines
41.19 November 2013   Nepal
42.5 March 2014Goa Bangladesh
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44.6 October 2014Siliguri Palestine
45.12 March 2015Guwahati   Nepal
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47.11 June 2015Bangalore Oman
48.16 June 2015Harmon Guam
49.27 December 2015Trivandrum   Nepal
50.31 December 2015 Maldives
51.3 January 2016 Afghanistan
52.3 September 2016Mumbai Puerto Rico
53.22 March 2017Phnom Penh Cambodia
54.28 March 2017Yangon Myanmar
55.13 June 2017Bangalore Kyrgyzstan
56.11 October 2017Bangalore Macau
57.14 November 2017Margao Myanmar
58.1 June 2018Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai Chinese Taipei
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61.4 June 2018 Kenya
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63.7 June 2018 New Zealand
64.10 June 2018 Kenya
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66.6 January 2019Abu Dhabi Thailand
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68.5 June 2019Buriram Curaçao
69.7 July 2019Ahmedabad Tajikistan
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71.13 July 2019 North Korea
72.5 September 2019Guwahati Oman
73.7 June 2021Doha Bangladesh
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Sunil Chhetri Bio

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He is an Indian international footballer, who plays for India and Bengaluru FC. He has 74 (Sunil Chhetri Goals: 74) goals from 117 international appearances for his country, making him the 2nd highest active goalscorer in the world (Cristiano Ronaldo being the unsurprising #1). To put the stat in perspective, Lionel Messi has 73 goals. Coincidentally, they also share the same playing positions and even height! He has captained India to 2007, ’09, and ‘12 Nehru Cups and 2012 SAFF Championship.

Full NameSunil Chhetri
Playing PositionStriker; Center Forward
HometownSecunderabad, AP
Height5ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Sunil Chhetri Age36
Sunil Chhetri International Goals74
Domestic Goals149
Net Worth570k R.s

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Sunil Chhetri Net worth

  • Salary Per Match: $ 11,000 (~ ₹8,14,000)
  • Sunil Chhetri Net Worth: ₹ 570k (according to Forbes 2017 Celebrity ranking)

Family

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Sunil Chhetri with wife Sonam Bhattacharya (Credit: ICivil)

Sunil Chhetri was born on the 3rd August 1984 in Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh. His father, KB Chhetri played for the Indian Army’s team. His mother, Sushila Chhetri, and her twin sister, Bandana Chhetri, both played for the Nepal women’s national team.

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In 2017, he got married to his long-time girlfriend, Sonam Bhattacharya.

Sunil Chhetri Goals: Achievements

Indian Legend - Sunil Chhetri
Bengaluru FC

  • Padma Shri – 2019.
  • Arjuna Award – 2011.
  • 2nd highest goal scorer in International Football.
  • Named an ‘Asian Icon’ by AFC on his 34th birthday.

Sunil Chhetri Goals: International Titles

  • Nehru Cup (2007, 2009, 2012)
  • AFC Challenge Cup (2008)
  • SAFF Championship (2011, 2016)

Domestic Titles

  • I-League (2009-10, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2015-16)
  • Indian Federation Cup (2014–15, 2016–17)
  • Super Cup (2018)

READ |Sunil Chhetri Bio – The Undisputed King of Indian Football

Sunil Chhetri Awards

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Former President Pratibha Patil conferring Chhetri with Arjuna Award (Credit: ANN)

  • AFC Asian Icon (2018)
  • Hero of the Intercontinental Cup (2018)
  • FPAI Indian Player of the Year (2009, 2018)
  • Hero of the I-League (2016–17)
  • Hero of the Indian Super League (2017–18)
  • Arjuna Award (2011)
  • AIFF Player of the Year ( 2007, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017)
  • AFC Challenge Cup Most Valuable Player (2008)
  • SAFF Championship Player of the Tournament (2011)
  • 2019: Padma Shri

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Monish Gadiya
Monish Gadiya is the Head of Content at KreedOn. He is a thorough tech-enthusiast and believes that innovation is the answer to all the problems prevalent in the society. Monish graduated from University of Pune with a degree in Civil Engineering before pursuing a post-graduate diploma course in intellectual property rights. A die-hard football fan, he has represented his college at various football competitions.

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