Two South Africans Among Africans Who’ve Won The League Cup
Two South Africans Among Africans Who’ve Won The Carabao Cup
Three Africans could be involved in the Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Arsenal on Sunday, and here are all Africans who previously won the English League Cup – including two South Africans.
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Chelsea legend Didier Drogba is one of Africa’s most decorated players in football history and the Ivorian is also the African player with the joint-most League Cup medals.
He won the League Cup with the Blues in 2004/05, 2006/07 and 2014/15, and scored three goals in League Cup finals, adding to his brilliant record of scoring important goals in finals.
But Drogba is not the only African with three League Cup titles as Durban-born Bruce Grobbelaar and Johannesburg-born Craig Johnston also won the trophy three times during their time at Liverpool.
The two South Africans won the titles with the Reds in consecutive years between 1982 and 1984.
Drogba, Grobbelaar and Johnston are the most decorated Africans in League Cup history, followed by Yaya Toure, John Obi Mikel and Geremi Njitap, who have all won the League Cup twice.
Toure could claim his third League Cup medal in Sunday’s final against Arsenal, while Alex Iwobi and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could lift the title for the first time.
Click through the gallery to see all Africans, who have lifted the English League Cup, and let us know who you think will lift the trophy this time around. PS. A much more detailed Carabao Cup final, including an exclusive Q&A with Arsenal's Iwobi, can be found in this week's Soccer Laduma, issue 1061.