Michael Laudrup has emerged the best footballer in the history of Danish football for his impact during his playing career. The list of the best footballers in Denmark was compiled by Football Mob. 56-year-old Laudrup played for clubs like Danish team Brondby, Lazio, Juventus, Vissel Kobe FC of Japan, Barcelona, Ajax Amsterdam and Real Madrid before calling time on his football career.

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He scored 37 goals in 104 appearances for his country over a 16-year period. Michael Laudrupplayed for his country between 1982 and 1998. He retired from international football shortly after the 1998 FIFA World Cup tournament in France.<!--more-->
<a href=" greatest moment in a Danish shirt came at the 1995</a> Confederations Cup as he helped his country to win the tournament. Laudrup could have added the 1992 European Championships to his trophy collection but he missed out on the tournament alongside brother Brian Laudrup and Jan Molby due to the feud with manager Richard Moller Nielsen.
<a href="">Denmark were invited to the tournament in the place of Yugoslavia who were thrown out of the competition because of the war in their country</a>. The Danish team went on to stun the world by beating holders the Netherlands on penalties in the semi-finals and Germany in the final to win the tournament.
In his club career, the greatest moment was when he helped Barcelona to win their first European title via the 1-0 win over Serie A club Sampdoria in the final of the 1991/92 European Cup. Current Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman scored the only goal of the game.
Michael Laudrup has also managed clubs like former club Brondby, Spartak Moscow of Russia, Swansea City, Real Mallorca, Al Rayyan and Lekhwiya. He was also the asssistant manager for the Denmark national team between 2000 and 2002.
Other Danish football legends on the aforementioned list include Premier League legend Peter Schmeichel, Christian Eriksen, Brian Laudrup, Daniel Agger, PrebenElkjaer, Allan Simonsen, Jon Dahl Tomasson, Morten Olsen and Kasper Schmeichel.