Lionel Messi is currently the highest earner in world football, with a weekly wage of $1,325,000. The 34-year-old PSG's forward hasn't had an active start this season as he is yet to register any goal for PSG, but that is bound to change in the series of fixtures to come, which might see Lionel Messi as Ligue 1 top goalscorer.
On the pitch, football players like to demonstrate their individuality in several ways. In most instances, players depict a certain image or character to become extra intimidating to their opponents or become marketable to possible endorsement deals. To accomplish this, players frequently use their hairstyles.
Why the value of a player is to be decided or measured, one of the biggest deciding factors is the age of such a player. Usually, players who are very young tend to have higher market values. Aside to their age, other determining factors are the form they are in and their current contract.
In modern football, a defensive midfielder must be at his best for the entire 90 minutes, running with his engine at full blast. They are relentless pressers who can sense any danger, go into tackles, composed on the ball, capable of making long-range passes and creating goal-scoring chances.
Eden Hazard is one of the most “honest” players in World Football. The Belgian doesn’t cheat or dive on the pitch, he just plays the game and enjoys it. Hazard is not a controversial player. He does his thing quietly on the football pitch and he rarely receives yellow cards.
When it comes to the valuation of a player in football, age is one of the determining factors used. The reason is that players' playing age is not for a long time and old players cannot produce the goods like younger players. As a result of this, players who are quite younger do have the highest of valuations.
The world of football has witness some best dribblers in decade. Ronaldinho, Franck Ribéry, Lionel Messi and Neymar are some of the prominent names in this regard. Since then, sports have evolved to the point where even rookie players can challenge themselves. To the past of dribbling. This raises your stake as players try to break through their opponents' lineup and create opportunities to score goals. The art of dribbling has witnessed a change in perspective from the additional attributes of the player's
Crossing the ball is one of the most efficient ways to get the ball into the danger area and for the strikers to either head it goalwards or tap it home. One can say that sometimes the indirect effects of crosses also prove to be very fatal in a match. A great cross that turns into an assist is one of the best sights in football. The crossing should be considered effective football play as we can see how only one good cross can tear the opposition’s defense and provide a breakthrough. But nowadays crossing
In the history of world football, we have been privileged to come across great players who made the best tag team in the forward position on the pitch, bringing delightful football chemistry that played a big part in most games won by the attacking duos. Below are the four best-attacking pairs in world football.
The debate on who is the best between Lionel Andre Messi and Christiano Ronaldo will continue to linger on forever as soon as the players still live. Even after their retirements, football lovers would still continue to rumble the argument between the two players on who is the greatest of all time. Messi is good and he has been an idol in Barcelona because some people usually say that " no Messi, no Barcelona". Lionel Messi contributes to every moments of footbal on the pitch. Messi passes and dribbles. Lionel
It is no secret that Chelsea lost their last EPL match against current champions, Man City, at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea were completely outplayed in both halves and failed to make a meaningful effort throughout the entire 90-minute period. However, having gone through the match again, I realised the 1-0 loss to Mancity didn't just happen by chance, or by mistakes.
The Summer transfer window is currently open, and various reports suggest that most of Europe's top clubs are in need of investment in the defensive area. There is a real shortage of genuinely world-class central defenders in world football at present with Copa America and the 2020 European Championship highlighting a number of those talents.
Football have been one of the best and dominating sports in the world today. With the way fans enjoy the rivalry, the Commitment, the victories and records. There have been many iconic records which have been formed over the years, and while many of them bring a sense of pride to whoever is holding them, there are a few others which are remembered for all the wrong reasons. 1. Most goals in a Calendar year In 2012, Lionel Messi was totally on fire in the world of football, breaking the record of most goals scored
Leicester City football club of England star and Arsenal summer transfer target, James Maddison has recently tagged Tottenham Hotspur's ace Harry Kane as the best centre forward in the modern game of football. The football maestro tagged his fellow England international as the best and also showered praise on him after his master-class performance, and iconic delivery yesterday for the Three Lions against Ukraine in the quarter final ties of the ongoing Euro 2020 campaign at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
Goalkeepers rarely scored as they are always forced to stay behind the goals but some of them have been spectacular. So here’s to the men that were completely wasted in goal. Rogerio Ceni (131 career goals) The Highest goal scorer as a goalkeeper. Ceni scored 131 career goals across his 23-year career in Sao Paulo. In 2005 and 2007 season period, he scored 47goals. Jose Luis Chilavert (67 career goals) The Paraguayan was known to have scored hat tricks in a match before against a fellow keeper Velez Sarsfield.
In football World cup, refereeing happens to be one of the toughest jobs, as whatever decision referees take will definitely have a major impact in the outcome of the match and sometimes, in the competitions.
A lot has changed in World Football, moreover European Football in the last 24 hours with the U.K at the epicenter of it.Gone are the days when you would look at players tearing while representing their national sides.There is a far better chance of a player sobbing looking at his lucrative contract and the money involved to keep him at a club.
Goals win games, and modern football is a sport geared towards rewarding attacking play.The likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are global superstars who have made their name by being incredibly gifted attackers.As Brighton & Hove Albion have shown this season, it is important for a team to have good finishers.
There are so many "What-ifs" in Football, where we postulate how some situations can play out or at least deduce in some cases what the outcome of those situations might be.