Marek Hamšík is brought into the world 27 July 1987 is a Slovak proficient footballer. Who plays as an assaulting midfielder for the Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang. The Slovakia national group, for which he is the commander. Until 2017 he filled in like a bad habit chief to Martin Škrtel.
In the wake of starting his club vocation with Slovan Bratislava in 2004. Hamšík moved to Italian club Brescia soon thereafter. In 2007. He was obtained by recently advanced Serie A club Napoli. Where he has since become a pillar in the squad’s firing line-up. His vitality, authority, innovativeness, aptitude, and eye for objective from midfield saw him assume.
A key job in helping the group to two Coppa Italia titles. A Supercoppa Italiana, UEFA Champions League capability and the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League semi-finals. He scored 121 objectives for the club and gathered 521 appearances in all rivalries during. his 12 seasons with the group, and filled in as the club’s commander somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2019. He turned into the club’s unsurpassed top goalscorer in 2017, and the club’s record-breaking appearance holder in 2018. In February 2019. He joined the Chinese club Dalian Yifang.
At the universal level, Hamšík spoke to Slovakia at the 2010 FIFA World Cup as the group’s commander. Helping his nation to fit the bill for the competition without precedent for their history, and accordingly drove the national group to the round of 16. Of the competition with a triumph over shielding champions Italy in the last match of the gathering stage.
He later additionally drove his country to fit the bill for UEFA Euro 2016, showing up at the European Championship, and by helping the national side to arrive at the second round of the challenge. He has gathered more than 110 worldwide tops at the senior level, scoring more than 20 objectives, and in 2018, he turned into his country’s most topped player ever. In 2019, he turned into Slovakia’s top goalscorer with 25 objectives, defeating Róbert Vittek.
For his exhibitions, Hamšík has additionally won a few individual honors. He is an eight-time victor of the Slovak Footballer of the Year Award, and he was named Serie A Young Footballer of the Year in 2008.
In 2011, 2016 and 2017. He was named to the Serie A Team of the Year and in 2015. He was remembered for the UEFA Europa League Squad of the period. In 2013, Hamšík was positioned as the eighth-best footballer in Europe by Bloomberg.
In spite of the reality, Hamšík experienced childhood in Banská Bystrica. He never played for significant neighborhood group Dukla Banská Bystrica. Rather, he started playing for a little youth group, Julie Police. In 2002, he marked with the top Slovak club Slovan Bratislava. He played multiple times for the Slovan Bratislava first group and scored one objective.
In 2004, at age 17, Hamšík joined Italian Serie A club, Brescia, for a €500,000 move expense. He made his Brescia debut in a 3–1 away thrashing against Chievo on 20 March 2005, when he was 17 years and 237 days old.
Later that season, Brescia completed nineteenth in Serie An and was thusly consigned to Serie B. In 2005–06, he played 24 alliance matches for Brescia. With Brescia completing tenth. He had a great 2006–07 season, scoring 10 objectives in 40 matches.
On 28 June 2007. Recently advanced Serie A club Napoli reported Hamšík had marked a five-year contract with the club. After Napoli paid Brescia a €5.5 million exchange expense. Napoli club administrator Aurelio De Laurentiis depicted Hamšík. As a player who ought to be firmly viewed later on.
Hamšík performed his primary serious match among Napoli on 15 August 2007. On Cesena in this first round of the Coppa Italia. Napoli won the match 4–0, as Hamšík set up the opening objective. Scored the subsequent himself. He scored his first objective in Serie An on 16 September 2007 in the match against Sampdoria.
His football symbol is Czech midfielder Pavel Nedvěd, to whom Hamšík has frequently been contrasted due to his playing style. In 2007, he has cast a ballot the second-best Slovak footballer of the year.
After Martin Škrtel, and he has cast a ballot the best youthful Slovak footballer Peter Dubovský Trophy. Hamšík finished his first season with Napoli as the club’s top scorer. With nine objectives from 37 matches. Toward the beginning of the 2008–09 season.
Hamšík scored in both of Napoli’s initial two matches and proceeded to score a further nine objectives in his second season with the club, completing as Napoli’s top scorer for the second consecutive year.
In 2009, he was again sprinter up as best Slovak footballer of the year and rehashed his prosperity as the best youthful Slovak footballer.
On 19 September 2010. Hamšík scored Napoli’s first objective as they returned from an objective down to crush Sampdoria 2–1 in Genoa. On 23 September. Hamšík marked a three-year contract expansion set to go on until June 2015. After three days.
Marek Hamšík scored his second objective of the new season with an 81st-minute. Punishment to gain Napoli a 4–1 rebound win away to recently advanced Cesena. On 30 January 2011. Hamšík scored a well-required exertion as Napoli pounded Sampdoria 4–0
The 2010–11 season was exceptionally beneficial for Hamšík. As he helped lead Napoli to an extremely fruitful season. Win programmed capability into the UEFA Champions League by completing third in Serie A. Hamšík played in 36 of Napoli’s 38 Serie A matches that season. Scoring 11 objectives and contributing 6 help.
On 10 August 2013. Hamšík marked an agreement expansion with Napoli, binds him to the club until mid-year of 2018. In the main match of the 2013–14 Serie A season on 26 August 2013.
Marek Hamšík scored Napoli’s second and third objectives in the club’s 3–0 home thrashing of Bologna. Hamšík proceeded with his scoring structure in Napoli’s following match, netting another prop in their 4–2 away triumph over Chievo on 31 August.
Following Paolo Cannavaro’s flight to Sassuolo in the 2014 January move window. Hamšík was named Napoli’s new skipper. On 27 April 2014. He showed up for Napoli in a 0–0 draw against Internazionale. On 3 May 2014, Hamšík played 63 minutes in Napoli’s 3–1 win over Fiorentina in the 2014 Coppa Italia Final.
Under new Napoli director Maurizio Sarri, Hamšík came back to playing. As a focal midfielder on the left in Napoli’s three-man midfield for the 2015–16 season, which he portrayed just like his favored job. On 23 August 2015.
Marek Hamšík scored the opening objective in a 2–1 away thrashing to Sassuolo on the opening match of the Serie A season. On 17 September. He scored in a 5–0 win over Club Brugge in the gathering phase of the Europa League. He showed up on 6 January 2016, scoring in a 2–1 home win over Torino.
In the accompanying alliance coordinate. On 10 January. He showed up for Napoli in a 5–1 away win over Frosinone. Napoli completed the primary portion of the period as informal “winter champions”. He denoted the event by scoring an objective, his 80th in Serie A, which were all scored with Napoli.
On 16 December 2017. Hamšík scored his 115th objective for Napoli in a 3–1 away triumph over Torino. Equalling Diego Maradona as the club’s unequaled top scorer. He outperformed Maradona’s record multi-week later.
Turning into Napoli’s inside and out unequaled top goalscorer with his 116th objective for the club, which arrived in a 3–2 triumph against Sampdoria in Naples. On 6 May 2018. He scored his 100th objective in Serie An (all of which accompanied Napoli) in a 2–2 home draw against Torino in the wake of falling off the seat.
On 23 September 2018. Hamšík showed up in Serie An of every a 3–1 away win over Torino. On 28 October. He showed up for Napoli in a 1–1 home draw against Roma, rising to Giuseppe Bruscolotti as the club’s record-breaking appearance holder. On 6 November, he surpassed Bruscolotti with his 512th appearance in all rivalries for Napoli in a 1–1 home draw against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.
On 14 February 2019. He concurred an agreement with Chinese club Dalian Yifang for an announced expense of €13 million. Finishing an eleven-and-a-half year spell with Napoli. Moving 3 March. In the tear match of the 2019 Chinese Super League summer. Hamšík made his club debut in a 1–1 away draw against Henan Jianye.
Marek Hamšík spoke to Slovakia at the lesser level, playing in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualifiers and the UEFA European Under-19 Championship. He played additionally for the Slovakia national under-21 group.
Marek Hamšík is an ordinary individual from the Slovakia national group. He made his presentation on 7 February 2007 out of an amicable against Poland, which finished in a 2–2 draw. Hamšík played his second match against Germany in the UEFA Euro 2008 capability, which Slovakia lost 2–1.
Marek Hamšík turned into the key individual from the assault for the national group, generally playing as a left or focal assaulting midfielder. Hamšík captained his nation in its first FIFA World Cup involvement with South Africa in 2010. Where the country made it to the principal knockout stage in the wake of overcoming then-title holders Italy 3–2. Slovakia was crushed by later finalists in the Netherlands in the main knockout stage.
Marek Hamšík additionally assumed a key job in helping his country fit the bill for Euro 2016 without precedent for the country’s history, completing as Slovakia’s top scorer as Slovakia set second in its passing gathering behind shielding champions Spain.
Slovakia endured a firmly challenged 2–1 destruction to Wales in its opening match of the challenge on 11 June. Hamšík verged on opening the scoring in the third moment of play in the wake of spilling past a few Welsh protectors, yet his strike was denied by Ben Davies’ objective line freedom.
In Slovakia’s second gathering B match of the competition, against Russia on 15 June 2016. Hamšík set up an objective and later scored another himself in a 2–1 win. His country’s first in the challenge.
Following a 0–0 draw against England on 20 June. Slovakia progressed to the second round as the best third-set group of the competition. Be that as it may. Slovakia was disposed of in the round of 16 on 26 June after a 3–0 destruction to ruling title holders Germany.
On 5 October 2017. Hamšík showed up for the Slovak national group in a 0–1 misfortune to Scotland in a 2018 FIFA World Cup capability coordinate.
On 13 October 2018. Hamšík showed up in a 2–1 home destruction to Czech Republic in the UEFA Nations League. With this top, he surpassed Miroslav Karhan to turn into Slovakia’s most topped player ever. He denoted the event with an objective. His 22nd for his nation. putting him equivalent with Szilárd Németh as his country’s second-most noteworthy goalscorer ever, just behind Róbert Vittek with 23 objectives.
In March 2019. After an unexpected retirement of Martin Škrtel toward the finish of February. Hamšík recaptured the situation of the commander of the national group, in spite of captaining the group about multiple times since 2010. Most outstandingly during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In the earlier years, Hamšík filled in as the bad habit commander to Škrtel.