In 2001, Zheng Zhi transferred to Shenzhen Ping An and made his first league debut. He not only helped Shenzhen win the League championship, but also became a football player. In 2005, Zheng Zhi moved to Shandong Luneng and became a double crown player in 2006. Zheng Zhi started his career abroad in 2007. He left behind both Charlton and Celtic. He is one of the few benchmarks for Chinese overseas players.
In 2010, Zheng Zhi returned to China to join Guangzhou Hengda, which is still in the first division. In eight years, he helped Hengda to win the first division championship and the seventh consecutive Chinese Super League. The Asian Champions League also won the championship twice and became the leader of Chinese football in the low ebb period. In 2013, Zheng Zhi was elected Asian football player.
Zheng Zhi is also the 24th player to achieve this achievement, and is the only player to achieve this achievement in the 1980s.
Time is the most ruthless, Chinas football benchmarking, sooner or later to hand over to the next generation of players, and Zheng Zhis main opponent Wu Lei, is one of the flag bearer candidate.
In the last eighty-seventh minutes of the battle of Shanghai and Lu, Wu Lei added a blank shot to the net. This is the 100th goal of Wu Leis career.
Wu Lei scored just six seasons and 169 games to complete his 100th goal in his career in the Super League, which is far more efficient than Li Jinyu, who currently occupies the top spot in the leagues all-time scoring list. In the meantime, Wu Lei scored several key goals for Hong Kong, and six hat-tricks proved the standard of King of Martial Arts. It must be admitted that this 27 year old speed killer is currently the best striker in China.