Coutinho becomes fifth ever player to score in Europe’s top four leagues

Philippe Coutinho scored his first goal for Bayern Munich and became the fifth player in the history to score in LaLiga Santander, the Premier League, Serie A and the Bundesliga.

​When Philippe Coutinho scored in Bayern Munich’s 4-0 victory over FC Koln he became only the fifth player in history to score in Europe’s top four league

Bundesliga Goals: 1

La Liga Goals: 18

Premier League Goals: 41

Serie A Goals: 3

And in finding the net from the spot in the second half, Coutinho has now scored in the Bundesliga, La Liga, Premier League and Serie A since making the switch to Europe.

He is easily the most high-profile player to achieve the feat of scoring in all of the top leagues but four others have done so.

Coutinho sent the ball into the back of the net three times in 28 games with Inter in Italy, he celebrated 41 goals in 152 games before leaving Liverpool, while during his seasons at Barcelona and Espanyol he managed 18 in 68.

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