Sir Bobby Charlton: Greatest England and Man Utd player ever

By Shashwat Nishant
Published on | Oct 23, 2023

Sir Bobby bids farewell

Manchester United and England football legend Sir Bobby Charlton passed away at the age of 86 on October 21.

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Bobby etched in history!

Charlton ended his illustrious 20-year career with 3 league titles, the European Cup and an FA Cup

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A Red Devil forever!

A Man United legend, Sir Bobby featured in 758 club matches, scoring an impressive 249 goals for the team.

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One of the Busby Babes

Charlton was one of the few survivors who were in the team plane that crashed at a snowy Munich airport back in 1958.

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World Cup winner

Sir Bobby was also a part of England's world cup winning side in 1966. England beat West Germany 4-2 after extra-time to claim the Jules Rimet Trophy.

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The Holy Trinity

Charlton was the part of the legendary United trio including George Best and Denis Law and were honoured with a statue outside Old Trafford Stadium

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