Clubs: Liberty Professionals FC, Udinese Calcio, Portsmouth FC, FC Internazionale Milano, Sunderland AFC (loan), AC Milan
• Muntari entered the international spotlight early, helping Ghana finish runners-up at the 2001 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Argentina while still only 16; made his Serie A debut for Udinese on 6 November 2002 in a 1-0 defeat by AC Milan and in 2005/06 played all six games in the Friulani's debut UEFA Champions League campaign.
• Was first capped at senior level by Ghana in May 2002 and represented the Black Stars at the 2006 FIFA World Cup; he was also a key performer at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, scoring three goals as the team finished third.
• Joined Portsmouth in 2007 for a club-record fee, scoring four goals in 29 Premier League appearances and lifting the FA Cup; scored the winner from the penalty spot in a quarter-final against Manchester United FC at Old Trafford.
• Returned to Italy after one season, joining José Mourinho's Inter and winning the Scudetto; won the treble in 2009/10, making 27 Serie A appearances and featuring as a substitute in the UEFA Champions League final victory against FC Bayern München.
• Scored for Ghana in the 2010 FIFA World Cup quarter-final loss to Uruguay on penalties and ended the year by helping the Nerazzurri win the FIFA Club World Cup in Abu Dhabi.
• A lack of first-team action prompted a six-month loan in January 2011 to Sunderland, where he linked up with international colleagues John Mensah and Asamoah Gyan.
• Switched to Inter's rivals AC Milan in January 2012, initially on loan, scoring on his league debut against AC Cesena and made the move permanent in the summer of 2012.
• A knee injury kept him out of the first half of the 2012/13 season but came back strongly, scoring in Milan's 2-0 UEFA Champions League round of 16 first-leg win against FC Barcelona, though the tie would eventually be lost.
UEFA Champions League: winner 2010
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|20.08.2013||UEFA Champions League||Play-offs||PSV||1-1||Milan||90||0||0|
|28.08.2013||UEFA Champions League||Play-offs||Milan||3-0||PSV||82||0||0|
|01.09.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||3-1||Cagliari||90||0||0|
|14.09.2013||Italian Serie A||Torino||2-2||Milan||90||1||0|
|22.09.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-2||Napoli||90||0||0|
|25.09.2013||Italian Serie A||Bologna||3-3||Milan||16||0||0|
|28.09.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-0||Sampdoria||45||0||0|
|06.10.2013||Italian Serie A||Juventus||3-2||Milan||90||2||0|
|19.10.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-0||Udinese||86||0||0|
|30.10.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-1||Lazio||75||0||0|
|02.11.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||0-2||Fiorentina||69||0||0|
|10.11.2013||Italian Serie A||Chievo||0-0||Milan||66||0||0|
|23.11.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-1||Genoa||45||0||0|
|16.12.2013||Italian Serie A||Milan||2-2||Roma||90||1||1|
|22.12.2013||Italian Serie A||Internazionale||1-0||Milan||90||0||0|
|26.01.2014||Italian Serie A||Cagliari||1-2||Milan||21||0||0|
|01.02.2014||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-1||Torino||63||0||1|
|14.02.2014||Italian Serie A||Milan||1-0||Bologna||27||0||0|
|23.02.2014||Italian Serie A||Sampdoria||0-2||Milan||64||0||0|
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