Teemu Pukki Biography
Table of Contents
- 1 Teemu Pukki Biography
- 2 Teemu Pukki Age
- 3 Teemu Pukki Wife
- 4 Teemu Pukki Baby-Daughter
- 5 Teemu Pukki Salary
- 6 Teemu Pukki Height
- 7 Teemu Pukki Stats
- 8 Teemu Pukki Norwich
- 9 Teemu Pukki Instagram
- 10 Teemu Pukki Jersey
- 11 Teemu Pukki Awards
- 12 Teemu Pukki Sbc
- 13 Teemu Pukki Celtic
- 14 Teemu Pukki All Goals|2019 Goals|
- 15 Teemu Pukki Latest News
Teemu Pukki, born as Teemu Eino Antero Pukki 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 made his international debut for Finland in 2009 and has earned 78 caps, scoring 22 goals.
Teemu Pukki Age
Pukki was born on 29 March 1990, Kotka, Finland. Pukki is 29 years old as of 2019.
Teemu Pukki Wife
Pukki is a married man. He got married to his partner Kirsikka Laurikko in June 2019.
Teemu Pukki Baby-Daughter
Pukki and his wife have a child whose name is not yet disclosed but we looking deeper into it to get the information.Teemu Pukki Photo
Teemu Pukki Salary
Pukki receives a massive salary of 500,000 EUR from his successful career as a footballer.
Teemu Pukki Height
Teemu Pukki Stats
Teemu Pukki plays the position Forward, is 29 years old and 176cm tall weighs 66kg.
In the current club, Norwich played 2 seasons, during this time he played 56 matches and scored 37 goals.
How many goals has Pukki scored this season?
In the current season, Pukki scored 14 goals.7 goals in the national team( European Championship ).
In the club, he scored 7 goals ( Premier League, Friendlies). Pukki this season has also noted 2 assists, played 887 minutes, with 8 times he played the game in the first line.
Pukki shots an average of 0.88 goals per game in club competitions.
Last season his average was 0.63 goals per game, he scored 30 goals in 48 club matches. In the current season for Norwich, Pukki gave a total of 24 shots, of which 15 were shots on goal. Passes completed Pukki is 79 percent.
Teemu Pukki Norwich
On 30 June 2018, Pukki joined English Championship club Norwich City on a free transfer, signing a three-year deal. He made his debut on 4 August, playing the full 90 minutes of a 2–2 draw at Birmingham City, and a week later he scored his first goal in a 4–3 home loss to West Bromwich Albion.
From January to February 2019, Pukki scored eight goals across six consecutive matches, ending with two goals in a 4–0 win at Bolton Wanderers. This run included two goals on 10 February in a 3–0 win over Ipswich Town in the Old Farm derby, with which he became the Finn with the most goals in a Championship season, overtaking former Ipswich player Shefki Kuqi’s 20 in 2004–05.
In April 2019, Pukki was named the EFL Championship Player of the Season and was included in the 2018–19 Championship Team of the Season. He was also named Norwich City F.C. Player of the Season by Norwich City’s supporters for 2018–19 and received the Barry Butler Memorial Trophy.
On 3 July 2019, Pukki signed a new three-year contract with the Premier League newcomers. On 9 August, he scored his first Premier League goal in a 4–1 away loss to Liverpool on the opening day of the new season. Eight days later, he scored a hat-trick against Newcastle United in a 3–1 victory, Norwich’s first hat-trick in the Premier League since Efan Ekoku against Everton in September 1993. For the month of August, he was named the Premier League Player of the Month, and the PFA Premier League Player of the Month.
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Teemu Pukki Awards
- Veikkausliiga All-Stars: 2011
- EFL Championship Player of the Season: 2018–19
- EFL Team of the Season: 2018–19
- PFA Team of the Year: 2018–19 Championship
- Norwich City Player of the Season: 2019
- EFL Championship top scorer: 2018–19
- Premier League Player of the Month: August 2019
Teemu Pukki Sbc
Teemu Pukki Celtic
In the summer of 2013, Pukki moved to Celtic, signed by Neil Lennon for more than double what Schalke had paid Helsinki. It was a move that should have worked but did not. Three years later when both had left Celtic, Lennon to Hibernian, Pukki to Brondby, his boss was asked why.
Teemu Pukki All Goals|2019 Goals|
Teemu Pukki Latest News
Daniel Farke is adamant Norwich City hotshot Teemu Pukki will be back among the Premier League goals.
Pukki was well-shackled by Manchester United’s rearguard in Sunday’s 3-1 defeat at Carrow Road to extend his goalless run to five league games, after taking the top flight by storm with six in his first five outings at this level. Head coach Farke is adamant the Canaries’ reigning player-of-the-year is too good not to hit the goal trail again, despite recent struggles at the sharp end.
“He’s not 18 years old and asking himself why he is not scoring. He knows sometimes there are a few games when you’re not able to score,” said Farke. “There is no problem with his confidence. He is in a good mood.”He leads by example. My feeling is he had many big games for us and his national team in recent months where he has delivered special performances.”His movement is really good, he works so hard for the team and he scored twice when he was last on international duty.
“He looked very sharp at Bournemouth and was only denied by a world-class save. Yes, he scored goals for fun in the beginning but it is also his importance to our combination play that is crucial.”Norwich has mustered two late consolation strikes, against Aston Villa and Onel Hernandez’s 88th-minute finish against the Red Devils, since Pukki inspired a landmark win over Manchester City.”Before Bournemouth, it was more like we have to stop conceding goals but if you don’t score then it is how can we get this going again? It’s the everyday life of a coach,” said Farke, speaking ahead of United’s visit.
“We create many chances but it’s not easy on this level. It is not like we can copy last season and score nearly 100 goals or whatever. I’m not concerned at all if I’m honest about our offensive play, because we create many chances, we have already many goals and Teemu is still in a good position in the scoring charts.”It’s always about finding a good balance in the Premier League, between being really solid and defending but also to provide a threat in the offense.”We have to say it is difficult to cause a big surprise on a weekly basis. We could produce a sensation against Manchester City but it is not easy against the best teams in the world.”