1. Carlos Alberto Torres Carlos Alberto Torres was a Brazilian coach and professional soccer who played as an attacking wing-back for Fluminense and captained the Brazil national team. Regarded as one of the greatest captains of all time, Torres captained the Brazil national team to victory in the 1970 World Cup, scoring the fourth goal in the final, considered one of the greatest goals in the history of the tournament.
Ascertaining the greatest individual in a team sport seems a futile discussion but it hasn't prevented football fans from debating just that. Whittling down every man to ever kick a ball into the five best - and then to put them in order - is something of a thankless task but here it is nonetheless.
The only World Cup not to have at least one hat-trick scored was the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.The record number of hat-tricks in a single World Cup tournament is eight, during the 1954 FIFA World Cup in Switzerland.
5. Alan Shearer Alan Shearer is a 51-year-old English football pundit and former professional footballer who played as a striker for Newcastle United and the England national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest English players of all time, Shearer was named Football Writers' Association Player of the Year in 1994 and won the PFA Player of the Year award in 1995.
The Premier League is no doubt one of the most competitive and most-watched leagues in the whole world which is why the quality of the league is second to none. And when I say quality, I mean all the players, managers, match officials, and every stakeholder of the league are world-class. However, don't let me bore you with the English Premier League and its awesome qualities, let me brighten your mood a little bit by showing you a pictorial collection of how the best player of every Premier League club will
In 2012, Lionel Messi broke and recreated one of the most toughest record in the World of football. He scored 91 goals in a single calendar year. Gerd Muller of Germany was the only player holding that record for 40 years until Argentinian captain so passed him in 2012.
Throwback: When Neymar Helped Santos Win The League Title, They Have Not Won It Again Since He Left.
Throwback to when Neymar jr, guided his boyhood club Santos to their first Copa Libertadores, since Pelé’s triumph in the early 1960’s. Neymar scored in the second leg in the final and then went ahead to win the best player of the tournament award, since then, the club is yet to win the title again.
Pelé was born Edson Arantes do Nascimento on 23 October 1940, in Três Corações, Minas Gerais, Brazil, the son of Fluminense footballer Dondinho (born João Ramos do Nascimento) and Celeste Arantes.
The last few weeks were filled with news and stats considering me the World’s Top Scorer in football history, overcoming Pelé’s 757 official goals.
5. Pelé Edson Arantes do Nascimento, simply known as Pelé, is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a forward for Santos and the Brazil national team. Widely tagged as one of the greatest players of all time and labelled the greatest by FIFA, he was among the most successful and popular sports figures of the 20th century.
Argentina cruised to a 3-0 victory against Bolivia in their 2022 World Cup qualifier on Thursday, with Lionel Messi scoring a hat-trick to surpass Pelé as the highest international goalscorer in South American football history. Messi scored his 77th, 78th, and 79th international goals to keep the Albiceleste on track for a spot in next year's finals in Qatar, where they will face a Bolivia team that is near the bottom of the table.
Garrincha Garrincha was a Brazilian footballer who was admitted by many as the best right winger in the history of the game.He played 60 times for Brazil and in three World Cups held in1958, 1962 and 1966.He was born on October 18, 1933 in Pau Grande, Brazil and died few months to his 50th birthday on 20th January, 1983 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
After scoring a goal and assisting another last night, Neymar junior is now one assist away from equalling Brazil's legend, Pelé’s record (who is on 47) for most assists in the history of Brazil’s national team. Neymar has a way of always being spectacular in World Cup Qualifiers, 18 Games,11 Goals and 13 Assists, that's a total of 24 goals and assists in 18 games.
Some fans didn't know that Pele and Kylian Mbappe is the only Two teenagers to score in the world cup final.1.Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known as Pelé, is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a forward.
The game football is one of the entertainment games out there that always drive spectators so crazy especially in terms of dribbling.Many players know how to dribble but this list is about ‘the best dribblers ever in the history of football’.
Brazilian Football Legend and one of the greatest player ever, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, simply known as Pelé has sent words of encouragement to France and Paris Saint German youngster, Kylian Mbappe after his penalty miss got the French team out of the Euro 2020. Pelé took to his Twitter page to console Mbappe and adviced him to forget to move on after the French international apologized for missing crucial penalty.
Lionel Messi rewrote the record book by scoring a perfect hat-trick to overtake Pelé as the top international goalscorer in South American football history on Thursday when Argentina beat Bolivia 3-0 in their 2022 World Cup qualifying match. Pelé began playing for the Brazil national team at age 16.
Brazilian superstar Neymar is hoping to do better than the Brazil legend Pelé as the country’s overall leading top scorer. The Selecao continued their impressive World Cup qualifying form last night with a comfortable 2-0 home win over Peru in São Lourenço da Mata. The former Barcelona star scored the second goal of the game in what was described as beautiful finish.
Free-kicks are some of the most difficult things to pull off in football. Whether from 20 yards or 30 yards, it is always a beauty to see a free-kick being curled into the top corner. However, there have been some players who have mastered the difficult art of scoring a free-kick in the history of football.
The Albert Einstein Hospital updated Pelé's clinical picture this Friday. Hospitalized for over a week for removal of a tumor in the right colon , the King underwent surgery last Saturday. Since then, he has been in the ICU. According to the Albert Einstein Hospital, Pelé is recovering in a "satisfactory manner" and remains under observation.