Whenever a footballer enters a football ground, the only thing that revolves around his mind is to perform for his team and fans. Because these fans are their strengths and encourage them to play well. It is these encouragements & the emotions they have for the game which push them score goals one after another. And it is the love for game and fans that make them write history, writing themselves as legends of the sports they play.
No matter what you think of the current generation great, Cristiano Ronaldo, he is a tremendously good football player. He reiterated that with a hat-trick in the FIFA World Cup 2018 and that no one can stop him. His goals are so majestic that you just can’t move your eyes off these. Five times Ballon D’Or, that he got, is no fluke.
Ronaldo has scored incredible 450 goals in 438 games in the continuous goal-scoring form for Real Madrid, making him the club’s all-time lead goal scorer.
Talk about great footballers, and you just can’t leave Lionel Messi out. He is no less than anyone when he is in form, someone any or every opposition pray him not to be. Though he’s still to hit big at the ongoing World Cup, and the match between Argentina and Iceland got mixed up to 1-1, but no one could forget Messi’s game performance.
As the all-time top goal scorer, five time Ballon D’Or Messi has the highest goals (383) in La Liga and the highest goals in a La Liga season with 50 goals.
Miroslav Josef Klose:
Klose is a former German football legend and, a current member of the German national team coaching staff. He was so favorite of fans of German Football that his mere presence in the football field would increase heartbeats. He wrote his name with the performances he had in the World Cups. He was a part of the German team, which won the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Klose scored five goals in his debut World Cup in 2002 and won the Golden Boot, he repeated the performance in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, again scoring five times for his country. He scored twice each in the 2010 World Cup and 2014 World Cup, which keeps him ahead of Ronaldo in the all-time list with 16 goals.
Sir Robert Charlton
Sir Robert Charlton CBE is a former football player, considered to be one of the greatest midfielders of all time, and a member of the England team who won the World Cup in 1966, won the Ballon D’Or in that year.
He played all his club football for Manchester United, where he learnt and became fond of long passes and cruel long-distance shot. People also know him for his fitness and endurance.
Manuel Negrete Arias
Manuel Negrete Arias is a former Mexican footballer and manager. Negrette became a professional football player with the University of Mexico, Universidad Nasikon in 1980, also known as Puma.
He had a special image among Mexican soccer fans. After the 1986 World Cup, Negrette continued to play in the Mexican Football League, and then joined the Sporting Lisbon in Portugal and Sporting de Gijón of Spain, at the European Football League.