When former Chelsea and Barcelona striker Eidur Gudjohnson made his international debut for Iceland at the age of 17 he replaced was his own father, Arnor, as a second-half substitute. Both players later complained they were not allowed to play together.
Robert Prosinecki has a unique place in international football as the only player to ever score for two different countries at the World Cup finals. He scored for Yugoslavia against the UAE in 1990 and then, eight years later, scored two as Croatia finished third.
Theo Walcott has more Champions League goals than Ronaldo Nazario, Zidane, Klose, Villa and Hazard.
In the 1998 transfer window, David Unsworth signed for both Aston Villa and Everton in the same summer, with the deals just a month apart. It was also the summer when Coventry signed Robert Jarni from Real Betis. Four days later, they sold him to Real Madrid.
Real Madrid Luka Modric and Mark Viduka are cousins.
Spain won the World Cup scoring just eight goals