Soccer is somewhat many people are crazy about, and they even spend lots of hours watching every football team. It is obvious that many football players want to contribute to the success of their teams. Here are the best football players of all times.
1. Zinedine Zidane
With the nickname of Zizou, Zinedine Zidane is a French former football midfielder. His career accomplishments include winning the 1998 FIFA World Cup and Euro 2000 in addition to the 2002 UEFA Champions League. He was also reputed by scoring two goals in the World Cup finals of 1998, helping France defeat Brazil to achieve World Cup championship.
Pele, also named "the Black Pearl," was the greatest soccer player in the history of the game. With his career achievements of 1280 goals, he may have been the world's most popular athlete. In March of 2002, Pelé wore in the 1970 World Cup final sold at auction for $220,850.
3. Diego Maradona
Maradona could be seen as a symbol in Argentina. As a soccer player, he was also known as "San Diego" because of his contribution to the success of the team. To be specific, his performance included two memorable goals against England. However, he was rumored to be addicted to cocaine, so he soon ended his career in football game.
Ronaldo became one of international soccer's great stars of the 1990s and Brazil's biggest soccer hero. Nicknamed "The Phenomenon," the talented player has played for Cruzeiro, Eindhoven, Barcelona, Inter Milan,Real Madrid and AC Milan, creating numerous records, championships , and cups. An international superstar, Ronaldo has been on the Brazilian national team since 1994 and was part of World Cup-winning teams in 1998 and in 2002 when he was the tournament's top scorer.
Smile exuded on Ronaldo's face
5. David Beckham
David Beckham is a leading English footballer whose popularity extends in this field. Beckham was also a star for Manchester United when he married Spice Girls star Victoria Adams in July of 1999, and they became one of Britain's most famous couples.
Beckham- The richest footballer in the world
6. Gerd Müller
With national records of 68 goals in 62 international appearances, 365 goals in 427 Bundesliga games and the international record of 66 goals in 74 European Club games, Müller was by far the most successful striker of his day.
7. Luis Figo
Figo is a football hero who began his professional career in Portugal, his native land, then made his name in Spain playing for Barcelona and Real Madrid before switching to Inter Milan in 2005. His breakthrough year was 2000, when he led Portugal to the semifinals of Euro 2000 and was named European Footballer of the Year.