1. Lionel Messi
Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini, known as Messi, is an Argentine soccer player who plays as a striker or midfielder. Has spent his entire career at FC Barcelona in the Primera Division of Spain and the Argentina team, teams who is captain. Frequently considered the best player in the world and one of the best of all time, is the first player in history to have won, among other distinctions, five times the Golden Ball - a Golden Ball and four FIFA Ball de Oro - obtaining the first four consecutively. In addition to receiving six Golden Boots. With Barcelona he has won 34 titles, including ten from La Liga and four from the UEFA Champions League, as well as six titles from the Copa del Rey. Prolific goalscorer, holds, among others, the record for most goals in a season and a calendar year, top scorer in La Liga, the Supercopa of Spain, the European Super Cup, and non-European player with more goals in the UEFA Champions League.
Neymar da Silva Santos Junior aka Neymar is a Brazilian football player who usually plays as left winger. In August 2017, he signed a contract until mid-2022 with Paris Saint-Germain, who took over from FC Barcelona. Neymar made his debut in 2010 in the Brazilian national football team. Neymar made his debut in March 2009 in the main force of Santos, where he attended the youth academy since 2003 and extended his commitment in August 2011 until the summer of 2014. In 2011 he won the Bola de Ouro, the prize for best footballer in the Brazilian Série A and the FIFA Puskás Award for scoring the best goal of the past year. In 2011 and 2012, he was voted the best football player in South America, while in 2010, 2011 and 2012 he won the prize of top shooter in the Brazilian league.
He can play as a left or right wing and a center forward. Before playing for Real Madrid, he had played at Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United.
4. David Beckham
David Beckham, OBE is an English former soccer player, whose professional career covered more than twenty years (1992-2013). He is also a celebrity beyond the sports field, with a lucrative advertising activity that continues today. Beckham developed the first eleven years of his sports career at Manchester United, where he made his debut with the first team in 1992, with 17 years. With United, Beckham won the Premier League six times, the FA Cup twice and the UEFA Champions League in 1999. He later became part of Real Madrid, where he won the League in his last season with the club, forming part of the Galactic Era of Real Madrid. In July 2007 Beckham signed a five-year contract with the Major League Soccer club, Los Angeles Galaxy. While he was a Galaxy player, he spent two years on loan at Italy with Milan in 2009 and 2010. He retired from football at Paris Saint-Germain de la Ligue 1 in France in 2013.
With the Brazilian national team, he won the World Cups of 1958, 1962 and 1970, being the player who has obtained it more times and younger than 17, and participated in four - also in 1966, in which he scored, being who in more editions have done it with 12 goals in total. He was the "best player" in 1970 and "the best young player" in 1958. made his professional debut with Santos in 1956, where he played until 1974 and became the "best club in the world" in 1962 and 1963, obtaining a title of the Supercup of Intercontinental Champions, two of the Intercontinental Cup, two of the Copa Libertadores de América, six of the Brazilian Serie A Championship, four of the Rio-São Paulo Tournament and ten of the Paulista Championship.
6. Diego Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona is a former soccer player and current Argentine technical director. He is currently the La Plata Gymnastics coach of the Argentine Super League. He is considered the "best historical player" of the Napoli of Italy and one of the best players in the history of the Argentine National Team and in the history of world football. It is recognized by many experts, journalists, former soccer players and fans as the "best player in history". He has also been listed by some media as the "best player in the history of the World Cup", in which he was the "best player" in 1986, together with Pelé he was chosen by FIFA as the "best footballer of the twentieth century" and obtained the fifth position in the IFFHS vote.
Known as "The Phenomenon", he is considered by various agencies, characters and means associated with the sport, as the best center forward in the history of football and one of the best and more prolific attackers. In its sport fullness noted for its speed, dribbling and definition, events for which was included by FIFA in the Hall of Fame in 2016. Figure of the historic Brazilian team that won the 2002 World Cup, added to the national team another World Cup (1994), a Confederations Cup (1997), a bronze medal in the Olympic Games (1996), and two American Cups (1997, 1999). He also won a runner-up in the 1998 World Cup. These successes were completed at club level with thirteen titles, nine of them in Europe, playing for PSV Eindhoven, Soccer Club Barcelona, Football Club Internazionale, Real Madrid Football Club and Associazione Calcio Milan.
8. Mohamed Salah
9. Alan Shearer
10. Lothar Matthäus
11. Dennis Bergkamp
12. Gianluigi Buffon
Gianluigi Gigi Buffon (born in Carrara, January 28, 1978, age 40) is a professional soccer player from Italy. He now joined the club from Paris, Paris Saint-Germain FC Previous bought from Turin, Juventus FC in 2018.
13. Jean-Pierre Papin
14. José Mourinho
15. Manuel Neuer
Manuel Neuer is a player of football from Germany, who plays as a goalkeeper. He currently plays for Bayern Munich. He also played for the German national team.
16. Mesut Özil
17. N'Golo Kanté
N'Golo Kanté is a French footballer of Malian descent who usually plays as the central midfielder. In July 2016, he signed a contract with Chelsea until mid-2021, which paid approximately € 36,000,000 to Leicester City for him. Kanté made his debut on March 25, 2016 in the French national football team, in a friendly game against the Netherlands (2–3 wins). Four days later he made his first international goal, in a friendly match against Russia won 4–2. National coach Didier Deschamps included Kanté on May 12, 2016 in the French selection for the European Championship 2016, domestically. He and his teammates reached the final.