Имя футболиста канте французского

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Н’Голо Канте-французский профессиональный футболист, который сейчас играет на позиции опорного полузащитника футбольного клуба «Челси» и сборной Франции. Он родился 29 марта 1991 года в Париже, Франция, и широко известен как один из лучших полузащитников в мире — своей непрерывной работоспособностью, тактическим интеллектом и умением выигрывать мячи.

Канте начал свою футбольную карьеру в возрасте восьми лет, играя за юношескую команду «Сюрен» в пригородах Парижа. Позже он присоединился к юношеской академии Булони, где дебютировал в профессиональном плане в 2012 году. В 2013 году он подписал контракт с Каном, где отыграл два сезона, прежде чем быть подписанным Лестером.

Вот 13 интересных фактов о Н’Голо Канте:

1. его корни из Мали, Африка

Родители Н’Голо Канте мигрировали из Мали во Францию в поисках лучших возможностей.

Канте родился в Париже в 1991 году, где его отец работал каменщиком, а мать — уборщицей.

Родители Канте «привили» ему сильную трудовую этику и решимость добиться успеха.

2. его имя имеет королевское происхождение

Родители Н’Голо Канте назвали его в честь великого императора Мали Нголо Диарра из Империи Бамбара.

Диарра когда-то был рабом, который, получив свободу, сверг прежний режим, чтобы утвердиться в качестве правителя Мали и основать династию, правившую с 1766 по 1861 год.

Справедливо сказать, что французский полузащитник оправдал свое имя, пройдя путь от улиц Парижа до того, чтобы стать одним из величайших игроков в футболе.

3. вдохновленный победой Франции на чемпионате мира 1998 года

Это было в возрасте семи лет, когда Канте решил, что однажды хочет стать профессиональным футболистом. Наблюдение за тем, как его страна выиграла чемпионат мира 1998 года, заставило его захотеть заняться спортом. В частности, успех знаменитых игроков с иммигрантскими корнями, таких как Зинедин Зидан и Тьерри Анри за сборную Франции, сыграл важную роль в его решении.

4. отсутствие успеха на ранней стадии

Из-за отсутствия успеха в начале карьеры, мало кто из клубов обращал внимание на полузащитника.

Из-за его невысокого роста, многие команды проигнорировали Канте, ему отказывали многие академии, включая «Ренн», «Лорьян», «Сошо» и т.д. Даже великий Арсен Венгер решил не подписывать его, когда тот был в «Сюрене».

По иронии судьбы, » канониры «попытались подписать его после его успехов в» Лестере «в 2016 году, но проиграли в борьбе с конкурентами из»Челси».

5. чуть не стал бухгалтером

Н’Голо Канте почти стал бухгалтером, прежде чем преуспеть в футболе.

Из интервью с Канте известно, что он изучал Бухгалтерский учет в колледже, поскольку не был уверен, сможет ли он сделать карьеру в футболе после того, как провел большую часть своего времени, играя за «Булонь» в девятом дивизионе.

Он хотел иметь запасной план и занимался бухгалтерским учетом, так как это был предмет, который ему нравился и к которому у него были хорошие способности.

Тем не менее, талант полузащитника к футболу в конечном итоге был признан, и он начал играть за любительские команды, прежде чем дебютировать на профессиональном уровне во Франции.

6. Никогда не был удален в Англии

Для многих станет неожиданностью тот факт, что Н’Голо Канте ни разу не получил красной карточки за все свое игровое время в Премьер-лиге.

Несмотря на игру на позиции опорного полузащитника и его взрывной характер, позволяющий быстро отбирать мяч у игроков соперника, часто с помощью жестких подкатов, победитель Чемпионата мира 2018 года никогда не покидал поле из-за наказания.

На самом деле, его общий дисциплинарный рекорд впечатляет, ведь француз получил 31 желтую карточку в 222 матчах за «Челси» и «Лестер».

7. недостаточно пунктуальный

Его одноклубники из «Челси» и «Лестер Сити» говорили о том, что Н’Голо Канте всегда опаздывает на тренировку.

Тем не менее, даже его недостаток пунктуальности завоевывает сердца людей.

Бывший одноклубник Джейми Варди рассказывал, как Канте отказался заплатить штраф за опоздание на тренировку, поскольку он хотел бы потратить эти деньги, чтобы помочь людям в Африке.

8. немного «мошенник»

Хотя полузащитник известен своей скромностью и застенчивым характером, он не без недостатков.

Его товарищи по сборной Франции обвинили его в мошенничестве в карточных играх.

Когда его спросили об обвинениях, выдвинутых против него, Н’Голо Канте ответил, что он использовал определенные «стратегии», чтобы выиграть, которые его коллеги считали несправедливыми, и, хотя он иногда обманывал, он был не единственным, кто это делал!

9. Н’Голо Канте вдохновлялся двумя бывшими игроками «Челси» и сборной Франции

Первым из них является Клод Макелеле, с кем Канте часто сравнивают эксперты и фаны.

Его второй образец для подражания-Лассана Диарра. Для некоторых это может стать сюрпризом, но игрок рассказал о том, насколько важен ветеран полузащиты для его развития.

10. в поисках бесплатного обеда

Еще одна история, которая может удивить людей, исходит от бывшего товарища по команде Дэвида Луиза.

Защитник Бразилии заявил, что Н’Голо Канте всегда старается избежать оплаты счета, когда они собираются на обед в лондонском ресторане «Babbo», которым он владеет совместно с экс-игроком «Челси» и соотечественником Виллианом.

Луис утверждает, что каждый раз, когда он просил его заплатить свою долю, полузащитник использовал хитрые методы, чтобы избежать этого, что часто приводило к смеху и веселью!

11. делит рекорд с Кантоной

Н’Голо Канте-единственный игрок, одержавший победу в разных клубах два года подряд.

Французский полузащитник сыграл решающую роль в том, как» Лестер » поразил мир в 2016 году, выиграв английскую Премьер-лигу вопреки всему.

В следующем сезоне Канте перешел в» Челси «и снова выиграл чемпионат, помог» синим » финишировать на первом месте.

12. больше не ездит на Mini Cooper

Еще один широко известный анекдот о скромности французского полузащитника — о том, как он продолжал ездить на Mini Cooper, который он впервые получил, когда приехал в Англию.

Однако летом 2020 г., Н’Голо Канте был замечен за рулем нового Mercedes на тренировке, отказавшись от своего любимого Mini, который у него был с 2015 года.

13. он просто хочет получать обычную зарплату

Некоторые из лучших игроков в мире были осуждены судами по всему миру за невыплату налогов правительству. Здесь н’Голо Канте является исключением.

Когда «Челси» находился в процессе подписания с ним контракта, они предложили выплачивать часть его зарплаты с оффшорного счета, чтобы уменьшить налоги на его заработную плату. Однако, двукратный победитель Премьер-лиги отказался от этого и заявил, что просто хочет получать обычную зарплату за свою работу.

N’Golo Kanté

Kanté warming up for France in 2018

Personal information
Full name N’Golo Kanté[1]
Date of birth 29 March 1991 (age 32)[2]
Place of birth Paris, France
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)[3]
Position(s) Defensive midfielder
Team information

Current team

Al-Ittihad
Number 7
Youth career
2001–2009 JS Suresnes
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2012–2013 Boulogne 38 (3)
2013–2015 Caen 75 (4)
2015–2016 Leicester City 37 (1)
2016–2023 Chelsea 190 (11)
2023– Al-Ittihad 20 (2)
International career
2016– France 53 (2)

Medal record

Men’s football
Representing  France
FIFA World Cup
Winner 2018
UEFA European Championship
Runner-up 2016
UEFA Nations League
Winner 2021
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 20:14, 01 March 2024 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21:29, 18 February 2024 (UTC)

N’Golo Kanté (born 29 March 1991) is a French professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Saudi Pro League club Al-Ittihad and the France national team. Considered one of the best midfielders of his generation, he is known for his work rate and defensive acumen.[4][5][6]

Kanté made his senior professional debut with Boulogne in 2012, appearing as a substitute in one Ligue 2 match, and played an entire season in the third division the following year. After that he joined Ligue 2 side Caen on a free transfer, finished third and won promotion to Ligue 1. He stayed with the club for one more year, where he helped lead the team to a mid-table finish. In 2015, Kanté joined Leicester City for a fee worth £5.6 million.

Kanté was an integral part of the Leicester City team that went on to become surprise Premier League champions in 2016. The following year, he joined Chelsea for a fee worth £32 million and again won the league, making him the first outfield player to win consecutive English league titles with different clubs since Eric Cantona in 1992 and 1993.[7] With Chelsea he has won the FA Cup, the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup. He would play 7 seasons for Chelsea, before leaving on a free transfer to Saudi club Al-Ittihad during the summer of 2023.

Individually, Kante has been awarded the Premier League Player of the Season, the PFA Players’ Player of the Year, the FWA Footballer of the Year, the UEFA Men’s Midfielder of the year, and the Trophées UNFP for Best French Player Abroad twice.

Kanté made his senior international debut for France in 2016 and was included in the squad that finished runners-up at the 2016 European Championship. In 2017, Kanté was named the French Player of the Year, a first for a player from the Premier League in seven years, and twelve months later was a key member of the 2018 FIFA World Cup winning squad.

Club career[edit]

Boulogne[edit]

Born in Paris to Malian parents,[8] Kanté began his career at the age of eight at JS Suresnes, in the western suburbs of the capital, remaining there for a decade. According to assistant manager Pierre Ville, Kanté remained outside the radar of big teams because of his small stature and selfless styles of play.[9] He was rejected from the academy at Clairefontaine during this time.[clarification needed][10] During his last season with Suresnes, in Promotion d’Honneur (PH, French 9th senior level), he scored 10 goals.[11][12] In 2010, after Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger passed on the offer of signing Kanté, Suresnes’ president (one of Wenger’s best friends) personally drove him around to visit different clubs.[13] He joined the reserve team of Boulogne, and made his professional debut in the last game of the Ligue 2 season on 18 May 2012, a 1–2 home defeat for his already relegated team to Monaco. He replaced Virgile Reset for the final 11 minutes.[14]

During the 2012–13 season, he played in the third-tier Championnat National, missing only one league game. On 10 August, he scored his first senior goal, the only one in a win over Luzenac at the Stade de la Libération,[15] and he added two more over the campaign.

Caen[edit]

Kanté with Caen in 2013

In 2013, he joined Ligue 2 side Caen and played all 38 games in his first season as they came third in Ligue 2, earning them promotion to Ligue 1. In his second match on 9 August, he scored his first goal to equalise in a 2–1 win at Laval;[16] he levelled again with his other goal of the campaign on 11 April 2014, in a 3–2 win at Istres.[17]

The following season, Kanté played 37 games as Caen remained in the top flight; his one absence was suspension through being sent off in a 0–1 home loss to Rennes on 30 August.[18] Three weeks earlier, he scored their first goal of the season in a 3–0 win at Evian.[19] He recovered the ball more times over the season than any other player in Europe.[9]

Leicester City[edit]

Kanté was scouted for Premier League club Leicester City by Steve Walsh, who had previously facilitated the transfers of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez to the team.[20] He was identified as the successor to Esteban Cambiasso.[10] On 3 August 2015, he joined Leicester on a four-year contract, for an undisclosed fee reported to be worth €8 million (£5.6 million).[21][22] He made his debut five days later by replacing Vardy for the final eight minutes of a 4–2 home win over Sunderland. On 7 November, he scored his first Premier League goal in a 2–1 home win against Watford.[23]

He earned much praise and many plaudits for his consistently impressive displays for Leicester, and was widely considered to be a major factor in the club’s excellent form as they went on to win the 2015–16 Premier League, consistently making a high number of tackles and interceptions.[24][25] In April, he was one of four Leicester players named in the PFA Team of the Year.[26] By the end of the season, Kanté had managed 175 tackles (31 more than any other player) and 157 interceptions (15 more than any other player), topping the defensive stats at the end of the 2015–16 Premier League season.[27]

Chelsea[edit]

2016–2018: League and FA Cup champion[edit]

Kanté playing for Chelsea in 2017

On 16 July 2016, Kanté signed a five-year deal with Chelsea who reportedly paid £32 million in transfer fees.[28][29] Arsenal allegedly backed out of the deal due to agent fees involved which totaled more than £10 million, instead opting to sign Granit Xhaka.[30] Due to disputes arising from the sharing of agent fees, Kanté was reported to have been subject to death threats,[31] a claim which he later denied.[32] Kanté was given the number 7 shirt, left vacant since the exit of Ramires in January.[33] According to Football Leaks, Chelsea offered to transfer a part of the salary into an offshore account to avoid taxes. Kanté refused with his lawyer stating in an email: «N’Golo is flexible, he simply wants a normal salary.»[34]

On 15 August 2016, Kanté made his competitive debut in their season opener against West Ham United. Despite picking up a yellow card in the first three minutes of the game, he shone as the game went on, to help Chelsea to a 2–1 victory.[35] Three months after his move to London, he faced his former side, Leicester City for the first time, and was Man of the Match in a 3–0 victory.[36] On 23 October, he scored his first goal for Chelsea in a 4–0 home win against Manchester United.[37]

On 26 December 2016, Kanté was named by L’Équipe as the world’s sixth best footballer of 2016.[38] On 13 March 2017, Kanté was named man of the match and scored the only goal in the 51st minute, in an FA Cup quarter-final win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.[39][40] On 20 April, Kanté was named in the PFA Team of the Year for the second consecutive season.[41] He was also later named the PFA Players’ Player of the Year,[42] the FWA Footballer of the Year,[43] and the Premier League Player of the Season.[44] Kanté become the first player since Eric Cantona in 1993 to win back‑to-back top-flight titles in England with two clubs.[45] Kanté was nominated for the Ballon d’Or in October 2017.[46] He would go on to gain an FA Cup winners medal, appearing for the whole 90 minutes in a 1–0 victory over Manchester United in the final on 19 May 2018. BBC Sport awarded him the man of the match award.[47]

2018–2023: European and World champion[edit]

He signed a new five-year contract at Chelsea on 23 November 2018, making him Chelsea’s highest paid player.[48] Kanté scored the first goal of Chelsea’s 2–1 EFL Cup semi-final second leg win at home to Tottenham Hotspur. The score was tied 2–2 on aggregate at the end of 90 minutes, with Chelsea winning the shootout 4–2.[49] Kanté scored on his 300th club appearance, a 2–2 home draw against Burnley on 22 April.[50] Despite not being fully fit, Kanté started the 2018–19 Europa League final and dominated Arsenal’s midfield[51] as Chelsea won 4–1.[52]

Kanté started the 2019 Premier League campaign from the bench as Chelsea suffered a 4–0 away defeat to Manchester United.[53] He has been out for almost a month including missing the Champions League opener against Valencia because of ankle injury.[54] Kanté scored the only goal in a 1–2 loss against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on 22 September 2019.[55] His first goal of the season was nominated for the Premier League Goal of the Month award along with his Chelsea teammate Fikayo Tomori.[56] Kanté marked his 150th Chelsea appearance with a goal against Manchester City, in a 1–2 away defeat on 23 November.[57] Later that month Kanté revealed he decided against moving to PSG and said, «‘Sometimes we do not necessarily know where we want to go, but we know what we have.» He said he felt good in London and had faith in the project at Chelsea.[58]

In May 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, Kanté chose to train from home after Chelsea resumed training on site. The club supported his stance, even if he would miss the rest of the season.[59] Kanté impressed in the Premier League opener against Brighton & Hove Albion, in a 3–1 away win on 14 September 2020.[60][61]

He marked his 200th appearance in all competitions with the club 23 February 2021 as Chelsea beat Atlético Madrid 1–0 in the Champions League round of 16.[62][63] Kanté was widely lauded for his performances against the Spanish sides, Atlético Madrid[64] and Real Madrid, en-route to the final of the Champions League.[65] He was named man of the match as he won his first UEFA Champions League after Chelsea defeated Manchester City 1–0 in the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final in Porto.[66] Arsène Wenger described Kanté’s performance as «unbelievable»,[6] and commentators argued that Kanté’s performance in the Champions League put him in contention for the 2021 Ballon d’Or.[67][68][69][70][71] In anticipation of the award Kante said that «it’s a great individual award for players, but I see it as the result of a season. It’s not necessarily an objective I’m working on.»[72]

After Kanté’s match-winning performances in Chelsea’s run up to the final of the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League season, several pundits proclaimed him as the apparent successor to former France and Chelsea player Claude Makélélé, who is considered to be one of the best defensive midfielders of all time.[71][73][74][75] For his performances throughout the season, Kanté was named the UEFA Men’s Midfielder of the year on 26 August 2021, but lost out to Chelsea teammate Jorginho in the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year Award.[76]

In later September 2021, Kanté tested positive for COVID-19 amid its pandemic, and was required to self-isolate for 10 days.[77] On 8 October, Kanté was one of five Chelsea players included in the final 30-man shortlist for the 2021 Ballon d’Or.[78] On 13 February 2022, he helped Chelsea to their first FIFA Club World Cup triumph in a 2–1 win over Palmeiras.[79] On 14 August 2022, he suffered a hamstring injury during a match against Tottenham Hotspur,[80] which kept him sidelined until April 2023.[81]

Al-Ittihad[edit]

On 21 June 2023, Kante agreed to sign for Saudi Professional League club Al-Ittihad on 1 July upon the expiration of his Chelsea contract.[82]

International career[edit]

Kanté lining up for France at the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Born to Malian parents, Kanté was approached by Mali ahead of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations having not played for France in any of their age group teams. Kanté declined on the basis that he was still trying to establish himself in Ligue 1.[83] Mali issued a further invitation to Kanté in January 2016,[84] although he stated that he was still undecided about which national team to represent should he get an invite from France.[85]

On 17 March 2016, Kanté was selected for the France senior squad for the first time to face the Netherlands and Russia in friendlies.[86] He made his debut against the former eight days later, replacing Lassana Diarra at half time in a 3–2 win at the Amsterdam Arena.[87] On his 25th birthday, 29 March, he made his first start and scored to open a 4–2 win over Russia at the Stade de France; fellow birthday celebrant Dimitri Payet also scored.[88]

On 10 June 2016, Kanté appeared in his first competitive match for France by starting the opening match of Euro 2016 against Romania; he played the entire match, made the most passes, the most tackles, the most interceptions, covered the most distance on the pitch and assisted Dimitri Payet’s winning goal in a 2–1 victory.[89][90][91] In the round of 16 match against the Republic of Ireland at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Kanté picked up a yellow card in the 27th minute (his second of Euro 2016 which would cause him to be suspended from the quarter-final) and was replaced with Kingsley Coman in the 46th minute with the French trailing 0–1 at half time.[92] Kanté was unused in the final, which France lost 1–0 to Portugal after extra time.[93]

On 17 May 2018, he was called up to the 23-man French squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia by manager Didier Deschamps.[94] He featured in all 7 matches for France in the tournament.[95] He was awarded Man of the Match in a 0–0 draw against Denmark in the final match of the group stage on 26 June,[96] and on 15 July, Kanté started in France’s 4–2 win over Croatia in the final of the tournament.[97]

In May 2021, Kanté was called up for the France squad for UEFA Euro 2020.[98]

He helped France win the 2021 Nations League, playing in the group stages but missing the semifinal and final due to contracting COVID-19.[99]

Kanté missed the 2022 FIFA World Cup as he recovered from a serious hamstring injury.[100]

Player profile[edit]

Style of play[edit]

A dynamic, diminutive, and disciplined player,[101][102][103] Kanté is known for his relentless energy and excellent ball-winning abilities as a box-to-box midfielder in the centre of the pitch.[104][105][106][107][108] This is attributed to his strong positional sense, off the ball movement, and ability to read the game.[109] Predominantly known for his tactical awareness, intelligence, anticipation, and the defensive aspect of his game—his ability to tackle and regain possession, intercept passes, and block shots—Kanté is also capable of playmaking from inside his own half and is an efficient passer on the counter-attack, helping kick start attacking plays immediately after winning back the ball. He is also quick up and down the pitch and often makes late attacking runs in to the box.[102][109][110][111][112][113][114][115][116] A late bloomer, by the age of 21, Kanté had only made one senior appearance in the second tier of French football. He credits his calm and composed demeanor on the pitch to his gradual rise through three levels in the football league pyramid.[117]

Kanté cites Lassana Diarra[105][110] and Claude Makélélé, with whom he is often compared, as inspirations but insists he has his own style and approach towards the game,[118][119] one which is unconventional[71][120] and described as «false four«,[121] «relayeur«,[120] «carrilero«,[122][123] and «mezzala«.[122][124] His game is considered as, or tasked with, doing the «dirty work», which includes running, fetching, and retrieving possession. Though Kanté does not necessarily enjoy his role, he once said, «[the] satisfaction in recovering a ball, in protecting my team from an opponent’s attack» is what keeps him going.[117] Kanté made the most tackles in Europe’s top leagues in back-to-back seasons (14–15 and 15–16).[125][126] In his first 150 Premier League appearances he totaled 92 wins, 28 losses and 10 goals. During his time in the Premier League, he never received a red card.[127][51]

Under Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, Kanté was deployed in a more advanced midfield role—one that he previously played in at Leicester—showcasing his effectiveness in possession and ball-carrying duties.[128] In 2021, Tuchel restored Kanté in a «double six» holding midfield role to great effect, predominantly on the right-hand side,[51] and usually partnered either by Jorginho or Mateo Kovačić.[129] Kanté was effective in both disrupting an opponent’s possession play in the final-third as well as springing swift counter-attacks from the midfield.[51][130]

Reception[edit]

In April 2016, Sir Alex Ferguson hailed Kanté as the best player in the Premier League,[102] while the following year, former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard labelled him the best central midfielder in the world.[116] His World Cup winning midfield partner, Paul Pogba, said he could outrun an entire team of 11 players.[112] His league-title winning manager, Claudio Ranieri, often joked about him having «batteries» and said: «One day, I’m going to see you cross the ball and then finish the cross with a header yourself.»[102]

Thomas Tuchel, with whom Kanté won the 2020–21 Champions League,[131] said, «If you play with N’Golo you have half a man more; this is unique. It is a pleasure to be his coach, he is a big gift for me, a guy so, so humble and who is such a big helper on the pitch.»[51] Off the pitch, Kanté’s former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, praised his work ethic and constant willingness to improve.[111][113] A popular Internet meme that 70% of the planet is covered by water and the rest by the Kanté twins exemplifies his standing among the fans and their recognition of his work ethic and reading of the game.[117][132]

Personal life[edit]

Kanté is a practising Muslim.[133][134] He was born in Paris to Malian parents who migrated to France from Mali in 1980.[8] He grew up in a small apartment in Rueil-Malmaison, Hauts-de-Seine.[9] His father died shortly after N’Golo turned 11 and his elder sibling Niama died of a heart attack before the 2018 World Cup.[135]

He is named after King Ngolo Diarra of the Bamana Empire.[136] His younger sister was also in the youth system at Suresnes.[9] Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Diego Maradona were his favorite players growing up. At the age of 21, while playing for Boulogne, he earned a diploma in vocational accounting.[115]

At the start of his professional career at Boulogne, he commuted to training on a kick scooter and as of 2018 drove a Mini Hatch—his first purchase in England because he found it easy to learn to drive in.[9][115] Kanté is aware of his public perception as a shy and private individual, but also said that stories about him by current and former teammates, like Jamie Vardy, were often exaggerated.[117][137][138][139]

Kanté’s nickname is «NG,» and outside of football, he enjoys playing tennis. His go-to karaoke song is Vegedream’s «Ramenez la coupe à la maison». During his initiation at Chelsea, which he described as a «stressful moment,» his teammates said he was not loud enough. His favourite dish is thieboudienne because of his mother’s cooking.[140]

On 28 June 2023, it was published that Kante stepped into the world of club ownership in Belgium. Kante set to acquire Royal Excelsior Virton, a third-division team, from current owner Flavio Becca, with the official transfer of ownership scheduled for 1 July. The club’s statement has confirmed Becca’s excitement in passing the ownership reins to Kante, marking an exciting new chapter for the talented midfielder’s career.[141]

Kante has preference for one club in the Turkish Süper Lig as he revealed when asked to come to Fenerbahçe by a fan. He said that he actually supports Beşiktaş among the prominent clubs in Turkey.[142]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 18 February 2024
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition

Club Season League National cup[a] League cup[b] Continental Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Boulogne 2011–12[143] Ligue 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2012–13[143] Championnat National 37 3 2 1 0 0 39 4
Total 38 3 2 1 0 0 40 4
Caen 2013–14[143] Ligue 2 38 2 4 1 1 0 43 3
2014–15[143] Ligue 1 37 2 1 1 1 0 39 3
Total 75 4 5 2 2 0 82 6
Leicester City 2015–16[144] Premier League 37 1 1 0 2 0 40 1
Chelsea 2016–17[145] Premier League 35 1 5 1 1 0 41 2
2017–18[146] Premier League 34 1 5 0 2 0 6[c] 0 1[d] 0 48 1
2018–19[147] Premier League 36 4 2 0 5 1 10[e] 0 0 0 53 5
2019–20[148] Premier League 22 3 1 0 0 0 4[c] 0 1[f] 0 28 3
2020–21[149] Premier League 30 0 4 0 1 0 13[c] 0 48 0
2021–22[150] Premier League 26 2 3 0 4 0 6[c] 0 3[g] 0 42 2
2022–23[151] Premier League 7 0 0 0 0 0 2[c] 0 9 0
Total 190 11 20 1 13 1 41 0 5 0 269 13
Al-Ittihad 2023–24[143] Saudi Pro League 18 1 3 1 4[h] 0 4[i] 1 29 3
Career total 358 20 31 5 17 1 45 0 9 1 460 27
  1. ^ Includes Coupe de France, FA Cup, King Cup
  2. ^ Includes Coupe de la Ligue, Football League Cup/EFL Cup
  3. ^ a b c d e Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  4. ^ Appearance in FA Community Shield
  5. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  6. ^ Appearance in UEFA Super Cup
  7. ^ One appearance in UEFA Super Cup, two appearances in FIFA Club World Cup
  8. ^ Appearances in AFC Champions League
  9. ^ Two appearances in Arab Club Champions Cup, two appearances and one goal in FIFA Club World Cup

International[edit]

As of match played 3 June 2022[152]
Appearances and goals by national team and year

National team Year Apps Goals
France 2016 13 1
2017 7 0
2018 16 0
2019 3 0
2020 5 1
2021 7 0
2022 2 0
Total 53 2
As of match played 3 June 2022
France score listed first, score column indicates score after each Kanté goal[152]
List of international goals scored by N’Golo Kanté

No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition Ref.
1 29 March 2016 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France 2  Russia 1–0 4–2 Friendly [153]
2 14 November 2020 Estádio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal 44  Portugal 1–0 1–0 2020–21 UEFA Nations League A [154]

Honours[edit]

Leicester City

  • Premier League: 2015–16[155]

Chelsea

  • Premier League: 2016–17[155]
  • FA Cup: 2017–18;[156] runner-up: 2016–17,[157] 2019–20,[158] 2020–21,[159] 2021–22[160]
  • UEFA Champions League: 2020–21[161]
  • UEFA Europa League: 2018–19[162]
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2021[163]
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2021[164]
  • EFL Cup runner-up: 2018–19,[165] 2021–22[166]

France

  • FIFA World Cup: 2018[97]
  • UEFA Nations League: 2020–21[99]
  • UEFA European Championship runner-up: 2016[167]

Individual

  • PFA Team of the Year: 2015–16 Premier League,[26] 2016–17 Premier League[41]
  • ESM Team of the Year: 2015–16,[168] 2016–17[169]
  • Leicester City Players’ Player of the Year: 2015–16[170]
  • L’Équipe Team of the Year: 2016,[171] 2017,[172] 2018[173]
  • PFA Players’ Player of the Year: 2016–17[42]
  • Premier League Player of the Season: 2016–17[155]
  • FWA Footballer of the Year: 2016–17[43]
  • Chelsea Players’ Player of the Year: 2016–17[174]
  • Chelsea Player of the Year: 2017–18[175]
  • UNFP Best French Player Playing Abroad: 2017,[176] 2018[177]
  • French Player of the Year: 2017[178]
  • FIFA FIFPro World11: 2018,[179] 2021[180]
  • UEFA Team of the Year: 2018[181]
  • UEFA Europa League Squad of the Season: 2018–19[182]
  • UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season: 2020–21[183]
  • UEFA Champions League Midfielder of the Season: 2020–21[184]

Orders

  • Knight of the Legion of Honour: 2018[1]

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Биография

Н’Голо Канте прошел непростой путь, ведь он родился в небогатой семье и, будучи ребенком, вынужден был даже подрабатывать уборщиком мусора. Сегодня имя футболиста на слуху — множество наград и стремление совершенствовать свою технику сделали уроженца Франции одним из самых ярких игроков национальной сборной. При этом полузащитник продолжает удивлять фанатов своей скромностью и даже неким аскетизмом.

Детство и юность

Опорный полузащитник сборной Франции родился 29 марта 1991 года, по знаку зодиака Канте — Овен. Родители Н’Голо за 11 лет до его появления на свет переехали жить в страну круассанов и шансонье из Мали — государства в Западной Африке, бывшей французской колонии.

Семья, в которой, кроме Н’Голо, воспитывались еще восемь детей, жила бедно. Мать работала уборщицей, отец — мусорщиком. В возрасте семи лет мальчик выходил на поле чемпионата мира по футболу, состоявшегося во Франции. Но Канте не выводил спортсменов на игры — маленький афроевропеец после матчей убирал мусор.

В Мали средняя продолжительность жизни всего 52 года, и родственники футболиста, несмотря на жизнь во Франции, не опровергли эту печальную статистику. Когда Н’Голо было 11 лет, умер его отец, а незадолго до чемпионата мира 2018 года — один из братьев.

Футбол

С восьми лет Н’Голо учился в академии «Сюрена». На юного футболиста долго не обращали внимания тренеры крупных команд по причине маленького роста (1,68 м) и бескорыстного поведения на поле: Кане предпочитал отдать мяч товарищам, а не действовать самому. В 18 лет полузащитника приняли в «Булонь», но дебютная игра за команду из крупнейшего французского рыболовного порта состоялась у Н’Голо только в мае 2012 года.

Через год темнокожий юноша перешел в клуб «Кан», базирующийся в одноименном городе в Нормандии. По итогам сезона 2013/2014 Канте вошел в пятерку лучших игроков европейских национальных чемпионатов по отборам мяча. В сезоне 2015/2016 Н’Голо, сохраняя французское гражданство, играл за «Лестер». Клуб сенсационно стал чемпионом страны, а дебютант английской Премьер-лиги был признан в команде игроком года.

В марте 2016 года Канте дебютировал в сборной Франции и в день своего 25-летия забил мяч в ворота сборной России, а в июле перешел из «Лестера» в «Челси». Любопытно, что за 3 месяца до превращения Н’Голо в игрока клуба Романа Абрамовича главным тренером команды стал почти однофамилец француза — итальянец Антонио Конте. В сезоне 2016/2017 «Челси» завоевала золотые медали чемпионата Англии, а Канте — звание лучшего игрока.

Копилку наград Н’Голо пополнило золото футбольного чемпионата 2018 года. К слову, именно тогда общественность узнала об именной песне Канте — во время празднования победы его коллега Поль Погба исполнил ее, перепев композицию O, Champs-Elysees.

Прозвище полузащитника Крыса не имеет негативной окраски, а характеризует скорость, с которой Канте меняет позицию на поле. Болельщики утверждают, что он способен обогнать десятерых соперников.

Из-за травмы лодыжки, полученной в конце лета 2019 года, Канте пропустил первый матч «Челси» в Лиге чемпионов с «Валенсией». Едва восстановившись, полузащитник забил единственный мяч в игре команды Абрамовича с «Ливерпулем». Хотя «Челси» проиграла, результативный удар Н’Голо по воротам соперника был номинирован на лучший гол месяца.

В мае 2020 года Канте получил разрешение от тренеров поддерживать форму дистанционно: хавбек утверждал, что очень боится принести в семью COVID-19. Однако после возобновления английского первенства Н’Голо участвовал в чемпионате с первой игры. В матче с «Уотфордом» полузащитник заработал травму подколенных связок и восстановился лишь к финалу Кубка Англии. Но тренеры решили поберечь игрока, и на поле Канте вышел только в матче «Челси» с «Баварией» в Лиге европейских чемпионов, которую английский клуб проиграл со счетом 1:4.

Личная жизнь

О личной жизни Канте почти ничего не известно, по вероисповеданию футболист — мусульманин и в соответствии с религией не докладывает в «Инстаграме» о любовных победах. По слухам, в 2015 году у спортсмена был непродолжительный роман с бывшей женой старшего коллеги Джибриля Сиссе — Джуди Литтлер. По словам Н’Голо, сейчас он сосредоточен на карьере, а созданием семьи озаботится позже.

Седьмой номер французской сборной, получающий в клубе «Челси» самую высокую зарплату из всех игроков, остается таким же застенчивым, работящим и непритязательным в быту парнем, каким был в отрочестве. Когда французы в 2018 году победили на мировом первенстве и стали делать командное фото с кубком, Н’Голо стеснялся позировать с трофеем и стоял в сторонке. Лишь по настоянию тренера и товарищей по команде Канте взял в руки главный приз чемпионата.

На тренировки полузащитник долго ездил на скутере, а когда все же прислушался к настойчивым советам перейти на перемещение в автомобиле, то ограничился приобретением MINI Cooper. Когда машина Канте попала в небольшую аварию, Н’Голо прилепил отвалившуюся фару скотчем — новость об этом облетела все спортивные СМИ мира.

Большую часть доходов чемпион мира тратит на помощь членам семьи и благотворительность. В юности Канте получил степень BTS по бухгалтерскому учету. На досуге футболист любит играть в теннис.

Н’Голо Канте сейчас

В Лиге чемпионов в 2021 году Канте сопутствовала удача — несмотря на ряд пропущенных матчей из-за травм, опорный полузащитник смог проявить себя, став лучшим игроком недели после встречи с мадридским «Реалом». В финале футбольного турнира клуб «Челси» сразился с «Манчестер Сити», счет составил 1:0 в пользу «синих». Н’Голо был признан лучшим игроком финала Лиги чемпионов.

С участием Канте в Евро-2020 была связана скандальная ситуация. Во время матча сборной Франции с Венгрией болельщики во время действий Н’Голо и его коллеги Поль Погба начинали кричать, имитируя звуки, издаваемые обезьянами. Для выявления признаков расовых оскорблений и расследования этой ситуации подключилась дисциплинарная инстанция УЕФА.

В сентябре футболист вынужден был на время покинуть команду из-за положительного теста на Covid-19. К полноценным тренировкам полузащитник вернулся в октябре. Тем временем имя хавбека часто стало упоминаться в высказываниях именитых спортсменов в контексте возможности получения им высшей награды «Золотой мяч» (хавбек вошел в список претендентов). Так, к примеру, Рууд Гуллит выразил такую надежду, заметив — чаще всего этот приз достается футболистам, которые забивают голы и «показывают шоу».

Достижения

  • 2016 — Чемпион Англии c «Лестером»
  • 2016 — Серебряный призёр чемпионата Европы со сборной Франции
  • 2017 — Чемпион Англии c «Челси»
  • 2017 — Игрок сезона английской Премьер-лиги
  • 2017 — Игрок года в Англии по версии футболистов ПФА
  • 2017 — Игрок года в Англии по версии журналистов
  • 2017 — Футболист года во Франции
  • 2018 — Обладатель Кубка Англии c «Челси»
  • 2018 — Чемпион мира со сборной Франции
  • 2019 — Победитель Лиги Европы c «Челси»
  • 2020, 2021 — Победитель Лиги чемпионов c «Челси»

Интересные факты

  • Родители назвали Н’Голо в честь короля Нголо Диарра, правившего империей Бамбара, в которую входило Мали, в конце XVIII века. Сейчас бамбара — самая многочисленная национальность в западноафриканском государстве.
  • Любимое блюдо опорника — «Тайб» (курица с рисом и овощами по-малийски), приготовленное его матерью.
  • Канте отличается не только результативной, но и вежливой манерой игры: за 5 лет, проведенных в английской Премьер-лиге, футболист не заработал ни одной красной карточки.
  • В интервью Н’Голо сказал, что из суперспособностей выбрал бы возможность мгновенно перемещаться в желаемое место.

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Н’Голо Канте

N’Golo Kanté

Н’Голо́ Канте́ — французский футболист, опорный полузащитник саудовского клуба «Аль-Иттихад» и сборной Франции. Wikipedia

Полное имя N’Golo Kanté
Клуб

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Номер в клубе 7
Гражданство

Франция

Дата рождения 29.03.1991 (32 года)
Страна рождения

Франция

Город рождения Paris
Позиция полузащитник
Рабочая нога правая
Рост/вес 169 см / 68 кг
Ссылки

Дата Команда Команда

Премьер-Лига

08.03.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Аль-Охдуд

0:0

          1′-90′

Лига чемпионов АФК

05.03.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Аль-Хиляль Эр-Рияд

0:2

        66′ 1′-90′

Премьер-Лига

01.03.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Аль-Хиляль Эр-Рияд

1:3

1         1′-90′

Премьер-Лига

26.02.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Аль-Вахда Мекка

2:1

          1′-90′

Лига чемпионов АФК

22.02.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Навбахор

2:1

          1′-90′

Премьер-Лига

18.02.2024

Аль-Иттихад Джидда

Аль-Рияд

2:0

          1′-90′

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