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Seven legends who will live on in Barcelona's history.

Barcelona is regarded as one of the world's top football clubs. The club is well-known for its football success, but some players are responsible for that success.

7. Ronaldo Nazario.

He was such an amazing player because he possessed good football skills, pace, and a devastating finish in front of a goal when he joined Barcelona in 1996. Despite the fact that he was only with the club for one season, he left a lasting impression.

He scored 47 goals in 51 appearances for Barcelona, winning one Cup winner, one Copa del Rey, and one Spanish Super Cup.

Barcelona will remember Ronaldo Nazario as a true legend.

6. Johan Cruyff.

Cruyff is a gifted footballer, and his intelligence and ball abilities have made him one of the club's top players. His on-field excellence and widespread popularity earned him the Golden Ball award three times.

Cruyff made 231 appearances for the club and scored 86 goals. For the club, he also won one league title and one King's Cup.

5. Carles Puyol.

Puyol was the greatest defender in the league at the time, and he was a member of the team that won the championship with Frank Rijkaard. He is one of Barcelona's and the football world's most important players.

He scored 23 goals in 663 appearances for Barca. He also has two Club World Cups, three Champions League crowns, two European Super Cups, six League trophies, two Spanish Cups, six Spanish Super Cups, and six Catalan Cups to his credit. His performance in Barcelona will be remembered.

4. Andres Iniesta.

Iniesta was a gifted player with exceptional abilities, intelligence, and raw talent on the pitch. In 758 appearances with Barcelona, he won 32 trophies and scored 66 goals.

Iniesta won three Club World Cups, four Champions League titles, three European Super Cups, nine league titles, six Copa del Rey titles, seven Spanish Super Cups, five Copa Catalunya titles, and two Catalan Super Cups.

3. Xavi Hernandez.

Xavi Hernandez, a Spanish great, was the best. He joined the club's U12 team in 1992 as a player in his position, and thanks to his talent, he ascended through the ranks to become a legend for Barcelona and the football world in general.

He was a creative player who scored 97 goals in 869 appearances for Barcelona, winning two Fifa World Cups, four Champions League crowns, three Copa del Reys, six Spanish Super Cups, six Copas Catalunyas, and one Catalan Super Cup during his time with the club. Xavi will always have a place in Barcelona's heart.

2. Gaucho Ronaldinho.

Ronaldinho was born in the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre in the year 1980. He joined Barcelona in 2003 and stayed for only 5 seasons, but he made a name for himself in the Catalan capital.

Ronaldinho scored 110 goals in 250 appearances for Barcelona, and the opposing fans gave him a standing ovation for his superb performance against Real Madrid.

He was the winner of two La Liga titles, one Champions League title, two Spanish Super Cups, and three Copa Catalunyas. He also won the Fifa World Player of the Year title in 2004 and 2005, as well as the Ballon d'Or. He is a true legend whom Barca will never forget.

1. Lionel Messi.

Lionel Messi is Barcelona's all-time best player; he is simply the best player in the world. He is a living legend who is not only a legend for Barcelona, but also a legend for football.

Messi won 30 trophies during his time at Barcelona, scoring 672 goals in 778 matches. He has three FIFA World Cups, four UEFA Super Leagues, ten Spanish Leagues, seven Copa del Reys, and eight Spanish Super Cups to his credit.

Messi made history by winning the Ballon d'Or, Fifa World Player of the Year, LA Liga Top Scorer, and Golden Shoe all in the same season. Barcelona will never forget him as a legend.

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