According to an online voting poll on American sports network ESPN, football fans voted their greatest of all time (GOAT) in some countries that have produced, and continue to produce legends in the history of the game (football), and here are the results.
Six time ballon d'or winner Lionel Messi won 65% of the votes, with Maradona coming second with 32% votes.
The great Pele won an impressive 79% votes compared to Ronaldo's 19%.
Former Man Utd player Sir Bobby Charlton came out top with 56% of the votes, and Bobby Moore won 26% votes.
Current Real Madrid manager Zinedane Zidane topped his country's poll with 65% votes
No surprise seeing Tim Cahill winning with a massive 72% votes.
The great Franz Beckenbauer known for his leadership qualities won with 63% of the votes.
Hugo Sanchez was way above his peers with 53% of the votes.
The man who won Spain the 2010 world cup, and former Barcelona captain Iniesta was considered the GOAT with 41% 0f the votes
Without surprise, Cristiano Ronaldo won with a whooping 86% of the votes
Johan Cruyff was accpording to fans the GOAT of the Oranje's
Paolo Maldini won with 54% of the votes.
Landon Donovan beat Clint Dempsey by 45% votes to 28%.
Okocha who was popular for skills and flair, won with an impressive 48%, while former Arsenal player Kanu was second with 33%
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