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Teemu Eino Antero Pukki

Birthplace: Kotka, Finland
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About Teemu Pukki

Teemu Eino Antero Pukki (Finnish pronunciation: |ˈt̪e̞ːmu ˈpukki|; born 29 March 1990) is a Finnish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Norwich City and the Finland national team.

He began his career with KTP and moved to Sevilla in 2008, where he played only one La Liga game for the first team before returning to Finland with HJK. He then played in the top divisions of Germany for Schalke 04, Scotland for Celtic and Denmark for Brøndby. In 2018 he signed for Norwich City on a free transfer and was named player of the season in the 2018–19 EFL Championship.

Pukki debuted in the Finland national team on 4 February 2009 when Stuart Baxter used him as a substitute against Japan in a friendly match played in Tokyo. He scored his fifth goal for his country on 22 March 2013, scoring the equaliser as Finland recorded a 1–1 draw at reigning world and European champions Spain in World Cup qualifying.

In the 2018–19 UEFA Nations League, Finland won promotion from League C. Pukki scored the only goal of each of the Finns' first three matches, at home against Hungary and home and away to Estonia.

Pukki scored ten goals in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers to help Finland to qualify to the first major tournament, UEFA Euro 2020, in their history. 18.1.2020

About Teemu Pukki (suomi)

Teemu Eino Antero Pukki (s. 29. maaliskuuta 1990 Kotka) on suomalainen jalkapalloilija, joka pelaa hyökkääjänä Englannin Valioliigan Norwich Cityssä ja Suomen maajoukkueessa.

Suomen Palloliitto valitsi Pukin Vuoden poikapelaajaksi 2006, ja Suomen Urheilugaalassa hänet palkittiin Vuoden läpimurrosta 2011 ja Vuoden urheilijana 2020.

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Teemu Pukki's Timeline

March 29, 1990
Kotka, Finland