The first crack SUV, an unstoppable flea ten with a left hand from another planet, and the king. These with the best players of all time:
4. Alfredo Di Stefano (1945-1966)
Dubbed the Saeta Rubia by the speed of their game. A striker SUV, its overwhelming passage by River Plate, Argentina’s national team and Colombia’s Millonarios had made 1953 the best player in the world, when he emigrated to Spain after starring in the controversial signing in the history (Real Madrid hired him when He seemed to have signed for Barcelona). With the meringues scored 418 goals in 510 games and won eight Spanish league titles and five European Cups, among many other titles. It was five times Pichichi and led one of the best teams in history, including the Hungarian Ferenc Puskas crack. Golden Ball in 1957 and 1959, Di Stéfano imposed the modality of total player who dominates every aspect of the game and in every place on the court. Although he was part of the selected Argentina and Spain, he never managed a World Cup.
3. Lionel Messi (2004 to date)
No other player has been chosen as the best player in the world four times. Messi got what consecutively (2008-2012) at age 25. Which it means that sooner or later will be considered unanimously as the best ever. However, after winning all the titles he played with Barcelona, including the Champions League three times, the Pulga will win the World Cup to clear all doubts. Has all the tools you need to guide Argentina to their third World title: leadership, ambition, sacrifice and a huge talent.
2. Diego Armando Maradona (1976-1997)
His explosive appearance, about to turn 16 years in Argentine football in 1976, a year before the retirement of Pele, foreshadowed what would eventually be the reign of another number ten as the best player in the world. Although it would take ten years to establish itself as the number one, his performance in the 1986 World Cup, where scored in the quarterfinals against the English goal remembered as the Hand of God and the best of both the FIFA World Cup history; a double in the semifinals, and the goal pass victory in the final against Germany- must be the highest performance has been reached in a World Cup. In addition, Nápoli led to their first Serie A titles and Europe; the first time a team from southern Italy achieved similar success. In 1990, battered by an ankle injury, his magic led Argentina to the World Cup final Italy 90, where the Albiceleste lost against Germany.
1. Pelé (1956-1977)
At 17, he scored six goals in the World Cup Sweden 1958 to give the first World Cup to Brazil. Twelve years later, he led the best team of all time, the 1970 Selecao, who won the world title in the Azteca stadium where Pele scored one goal and gave a masterful assistance in the final against Italy. Owner perfect balance between physical marvel and technique, Edson Arantes do Nascimento claims to have overcome the barrier of a thousand goals throughout his career with Santos, and an epilogue with the New York Cosmos. What is not in doubt is that, with his inexhaustible talent and charisma, Pele won an unprecedented international fame for a footballer, and linked forever with the number ten shirt supreme talent.
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