Plenty of players have won more trophies than Matt Le Tissier throughout their careers – but only one man will forever be known as ‘Le God’ at Southampton.
Le Tissier was the prime example of a one-club man, shunning interest from the likes of Tottenham and Chelsea to stay loyal to Southampton, for who he made 540 appearances and scored 209 goals in a 17-year career.
One of the most mercurial talents to grace English football, the attacker was one of the game’s great entertainers and had a taste for scoring f*cking ludicrously good goals.
Despite his abundance of natural talent, a focus on what he couldn’t do meant Le Tissier won a criminally low tally of just eight caps for England.
But we’re only interested in what made Le Tissier so exhilarating to watch, which the likes of Xavi explain pretty well.
Who is the best at holding a lead? Who comes back?
This is an epic challenge.
We’ll never get over that heartbreak.
You have to love him.
How many can you get in the onion bag?
Is there anything between them?
Carra is certainly impressed by the Chelsea man.
Ten years on from that infamous night vs Croatia.
Mikael Forssell will always be a Birmingham hero.
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