It was in 2004 that Pedro Rodríguez joined FC Barcelona from the place where he grew up club of CD San Isidro on the island of Tenerife. He was 17 at the time and from the U18 side soon advanced through Barça B to the first group, going ahead to assume a part in the best time ever, and winning an astonishing 20 noteworthy titles, including two trebles.
Without making an immense tune and move, and referred to at the time as ‘Pedrito’, the Canary Islander made his first group debut in the 2007/08 season under Frank Rijkaard. Inspired by what the striker had been doing with the stores, the Dutchman gave him his first risk in an alliance diversion against Murcia, sending him on at the Camp Nou as a substitute for Samuel Eto’o.
However, it was not until the 2008/09 season, with Pep Guardiola now in control, that he turned into a first group normal, despite the fact that at first he joined this with appearances for Barça B. Pedro step by step turned into a more changeless component in first group line-ups, to the degree when Barça set a remarkable record by winning each of the six noteworthy trophies in 2009, Pedro likewise turned into the first player to score in every one of those competitions.
Never short of meeting people’s high expectations, Pedro scored some of Barcelona’s most vital objectives in his time at the club, for example, the victor in the 2009 European Super Cup against Shakhtar Donetsk, the spur of the moment equalizer against Estudiantes in the 2009 Club World Cup Final, the opening objective against Manchester United in the 2011 Champions League Final at Wembley and, significantly more as of late, the triumphant objective in the emotional 5-4 annihilation of Sevilla to win the European Cup in Tbilisi.
Pedro Rodríguez scored an aggregate of 99 objectives in 321 official appearances for the Barça first group, and leaves with a trophy pull of 20 titles: 5 Ligas, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 Copas del Rey, 3 European Super Cups, 4 Spanish Super Cups and 2 Club World Cups.
He is likewise a customary individual from the Spanish national group, who he served to triumph at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and Euro 2012 in Ukraine and P