Top 10 best football players of all time

  • on January 14, 2022
Top 10 best football players of all time

Hello friends, we know how much sport can bring relief to people. Many of us who are in Iran are accustomed to playing sports. There are countless types of games around the world in all national and international formats but not all games spread in the way that a few games did. Notable among these is football or soccer worldwide with a circulation of six billion US dollars per year. This is the calculation of FIFA, the governing body of football. But other than that, club-level games are not counted here. The biggest trading huts in the world are La Liga, Champions League, Spanish League, etc. Among them were the most talked about and the most famous and the ones who kept the world entertained with football. So let’s take a look at today’s top 10 football players.

10. Eusebio

Eusebio was a Portuguese football striker. He was born on January 25, 1942. He is now a retired footballer. Eusebio has played 64 international matches for the country, of which he has scored 41 goals and has achieved a lot for the club, including 424 goals and 436 matches. Fans still consider him one of the best footballers of all time. He has scored 53 goals in the UEFA Championship, the ninth highest ever. Eusebio is the 4th highest scorer in the history of the UEFA Champions League. He is definitely one of the best footballers of all time.

9. Moller

Fans call him “Bomber of the Nation” because of his incredible scoring skills. Moller won the European Footballer of the Year title in 1990. He scored the Golden Boot for West Germany in the 19 1970 FIFA World Cup. He was a German striker, scoring 68 goals in 62 matches and scoring 687 goals in 555 matches in his international career. He set a World Cup record of 14 goals until he lost to Ronaldo. Brazil at the 200 World Cup. Mueller was named the ninth European player of the century by the IFFHS in 1999 and voted for the IFFHS in the 13th World Cup of the century in the same year. In 2004, Pel was named in the FIFA 14 list of the world’s living players. He is also at the top of the Bundesliga.

8. Franz Anton Beckenbauer

Fans have often dubbed Beckenbauer as one of the best footballers ever produced in Germany. He was born on September 11, 1915. He had previously coached the German team and was well known as a manager and former player. Fans still consider him the best German footballer of all time. He was a versatile player with the most acceptable football skills. Twice during his career, he has been selected as a European footballer. He was a German central defender, scoring 14 goals in 103 appearances and scoring 79 goals in 560 matches in his international career.

7. Alfredo Di Stéfano

Among the Italian immigrants was an Argentine-born boy, but playing internationally for three different teams, Di Stefano was less likely to score in five consecutive European Cup finals. De Stefano’s career was nothing but cosmic. He was an Argentina / Colombia / Spain player, scoring 29 goals in 41 matches and scoring 376 goals in 521 matches in his international career. A player of exceptional physical form, Sita Rubia (blonde arrow) was instrumental in dominating Real Madrid in the 1950s, although she would have joined Barcelona in the 1950s if the history books could have told a completely different story.

6. Johan Cruyff

The Frankish Dutchman excelled for Ajax and Barcelona in the 1960s and 1970s and was considered by many experts to be European. The best player of all time. In 2001, Pel was named one of FIFA’s 100 Greatest Living Players in the world. He was part of the World Twenty20 team in 1999 and the FIFA World Cup dream team in 2002. He was a Netherlands midfielder who played 33 goals in 48 matches and scored 291 goals in 514 matches in his international career. His name was synonymous with Rinas Michels’ “Total Football” movement through which players were positioned. Cruyff was equally effective in wide and central positions and was known for his ability to convert players. Cruyff, the winner of 3 Ballon d’Ors (European Player of the Award), has won 8 Dutch titles and 3 European Cups with Ajax. Cruyff also made a controversial move in the face of bitter rival Feynard. Unfortunately, he never won the World Cup.

5. Zinedine Zidane

Born on June 23, 1972, Zinedine Zidane is still regarded as one of the greatest footballers and one of the greatest Muslim athletes. The legendary retired footballer played for the French team as a midfielder. He was also named the European Footballer of the Year. He has won the FIFA World Player of the Year award three times in his career. He also won the Ballon d’Or once. He was a France midfielder, scoring 31 goals in 108 matches and 956 goals in 506 matches in his international career. There is no hesitation in including this superstar in the list of the best football players. Italy’s Marco Materazzi’s header at the 200 World Cup is still considered a memorable moment in football history.

4. Cristiano Ronaldo

One of the best footballers, Cristiano Ronaldo, is playing in Serie A with Manchester United. He is also the captain of the Portugal national team. He was born on February 5, 1985. He was the most expensive footballer of 2009 when he moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid. However, in 2013, Gareth Bale broke the record by transferring মাদ 5 million to Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo set a record by moving to Juventus again in 2018. Most recently he also won the fifth Ballon d’Or in 2017, just like his rival Lionel Messi. Ronaldo was also considered one of the most beautiful footballers in the world. Ronaldo has won five Ballon d’Ors, five FIFA World Player of the Year awards, and four European Golden Shoes.

3. Diego Maradona

One of the best footballers, Diego Maradona has always been described as the greatest Argentine footballer. He was the only one who recorded the transfer fee twice. Maradona has played and outsourced various tournaments at different times in his life. He was born on October 30, 1960. The Prince of Soccer died on November 25, 2020. He was an Argentine midfielder with 34 goals in 91 matches and 259 goals in 491 matches in his international career. His infamous “Hand of God” goal was one of the biggest sports scandals of all time in football history. He became a FIFA player of the 20th century with Pel. No doubt Maradona certainly deserves his place on this list.

2. Lionel Messi

Born on June 24, 1987, Lionel Messi is currently playing for La Liga club FC Barcelona as a striker. And he is the all-time leading scorer in La Liga. He is also the captain of the Argentina national team. World and football experts consider him one of the best football players of all-time in the history of the game, he has also been the best scorer of four consecutive promotions in the Champions League. Lionel Messi, like Cristiano Ronaldo, has won the Ballon d’Or seven times so far. He is also the youngest footballer to score 200 La Liga goals. In addition to being the best footballer, he also ranks among the highest-paid athletes in the world.

1. Pele

Retired Brazilian footballer Pele is still considered one of the best footballers of all time. Born on 21, 1940, Pella is still considered by many football experts to have been born on Earth, the best footballer of all time. On his last day, he also rose to fame as the highest-paid footballer. He was an Argentine midfielder, scoring 77 goals in 92 matches and scoring 541 goals in 560 matches in his international career. The history and statistics of the International Federation for Football have named him the World Cup Century. And without a doubt, he is the best footballer in the world.

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