Soccer: 10 Greatest Matches Ever (2023)

Soccer: 10 Greatest Matches Ever

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    Picking the 10 greatest football matches ever is as complicated as selecting the 10 most beautiful gemstones from the Crown Jewels of England. Indeed, such an exercise borders on aesthetics, which is, by definition, quintessentially subjective. Nevertheless, I still managed to come up with a few objective criteria to do my rankings.

    The rules are straightforward:

    1) Competitive balance: No blowouts or one-sided affairs. Both competing teams should be evenly matched and the game itself highly disputed.

    2) What’s on the line?: The greater the stake, the more impressive the achievement. The ability to perform well when it matters the most is the most valuable attribute in sports and football is no exception.

    3) Quality of play: The game should feature crisp, creative, accurate passing and plays and continuity with a steady flow and rhythm and a minimum of hard fouls and botched plays.

    4) Drama: Just like a compelling movie, the game should be riveting enough to send the casual fan into an emotional roller coaster ride across the spectrum from deep sorrow to absolute bliss.

    5) Star power and individual brilliance: What’s a great movie without a great cast?

10. Liverpool vs Chelsea | 4-4 (2008-09 UEFACL 2nd Leg)

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    In the five years leading up to this tie, Blues and Reds had faced each other 24 times with most matches ending up in highly defensive stalemates, especially during the stints of Jose Mourinho at Chelsea and Rafael Benitez at Liverpool.

    Chelsea had a comfortable lead 3-1 from the first leg at Anfield. Liverpool needed a three-goal margin win to advance. They took a first step into the right direction when Fabio Aurelio stunned Cech from 35-yard wide free kick. Xabi Alonso brought them even closer to the dream result when he doubled the lead at th 28thminute.

    After the break, Chelsea scored twice in a span of six minutes (51st and 57thminutes) by Drogba and Alex. The Blues would take the leadthanks toLampard well assisted by Drogba.

    However, two goals from Lucas and Kuyt (81st and 83rdminutes) got Liverpool back on top, and they started dreaming again that another goal could put them through. Lampard crushed all Reds’ hope to complete a brace and give Avram Grant’s men a 7-5 edge on aggregate to advance to the Champions League semifinal.

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9. Liverpool vs Alaves | 5-4 (2001 UEFA Cup Final)

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    Before the Istanbul Miracle, there was this goal fest in Dortmund in 2001. Liverpool was back in a European Cup Final for the first time since the Heysel tragedy.

    The Reds quickly took the lead on a header by Markus Babbel over the Spanish minnows. They doubled their lead a few minutes later when a young Steven Gerrard left no chance to the goalkeeper after a brilliant pass by Micheal Owen.

    Right before the 30-minute mark, Ivan Alonso got one back for Alaves. Gerard Houllier’s men thought they had smothered their rivals’ resilience when they pushed the lead back to two goals (3-1) on a penalty by Scottish veteran Gary McAllister before halftime.

    Indomitable, Alaves rallied to level the score behind a brace by Javi Moreno right after the break. Reds legend, Robbie Fowler put them ahead again in the 76th minute before Jordi Cruyff (Johan’s son) equalized in the final minute of regulation. In extra time, Liverpool finally got the winning goal on an own goal from Defi Geli to cap an historical treble FA Cup, Football League Cup and UEFA Cup.

8. France vs Portugal | 2-1 (Euro 2000 SF)

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    The two best European Players of their generation, Zinedine Zidane and Luiz Figo, were duking it out for a spot in the final against Itlay.

    Portugal took the lead in the first half behind a Nuno Gomes clinical strike. France equalized in the second act by Thierry Henry well-served by Nicolas Anelka.

    What exudes from this highly disputed semifinal is Zidane's unparalleled class. The French maestro delivered one of his finest performances in The Tricolore jersey, and put to rest all remaining doubts that he was indeed the Greatest European Player of his generation.

    It’s only fitting that the game ended with Zidane firing a golden penalty strike past Portuguese keeper, Vitor Baia, in the waning moments of extra time to send France into the final.

7. Brazil vs England | 1-0 (1970 WC Round Robin)

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    This much anticipated showdown between the last two World Champions (at the time) was heralded as ‘The Final That Never Was.’ And it delivered on its promise.

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    It’s the Match of Superlatives! The Greatest Player Ever, Pelé, was at the height of his powers. Following a perfect cross from Jairzinho, Pelé’s smashing header was denied by Gordon Banks’ "Greatest Save Ever."

    Both teams were able to withstand each other’s best shot for more than an hour. The imperial Bobby Moore even pulled a clean and spectacular tackle on Pelé to prevent an attempt at Banks’ goal by the Brazilian legend.

    The breakthrough would come around the 63rdminute, when Jairzinho smashed home the winning goal on a masterful assist by Pele that was set up well by Tostao. England should have equalized after a Brito and Piazza’s miscommunication blunder, but Goeff Attle missed from close range.

6. West Germany vs Hungary | 3-2 (1954 WC Final)

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    Billed as ‘The Miracle of Berne’, the 1954 World Cup Final is, by many ways, the biggest upset ever in the history of football. The evidence for a David/Goliath mismatch type was overwhelming.

    First, the Mighty Magyars had not lost a game since 1950 (34 wins and six draws) with memorable victories like the 1953 rout of England (6-3).

    Second, the Hungarians boasted some of the biggest names in football history, Ferenc Puskas, Sandor Kocsis, Zoltan Czibor and Nandor Hidegkuti. On the other hand, the West Germans had a group of blue collar players led by skipper Helmut Rahn.

    Finally, there was not a professional league back in Germany yet.

    Puskas and Czibor wasted no time putting Hungary in front 2-0 after just eight minutes. And everybody started having flashbacks of the same nightmare scenario a fortnight ago in the (in-)famous drubbing of those same West Germans (8-3) in the group phase.

    But, this time around, the Germans fought back and grinded their way back into the game before halftime by levelling the score, thanks to Morlock and Rahn. The Hungarians dominated the second half, but West Germany was able to withstand their assault.

    Then, six minutes from regulation, Rahn fired a low shot past the Hungarian goalkeeper to give Germany a lead as improbable as unexpected. Puskas thought he had equalized in the final minute of regulation, only for the referee to rule the goal offside.

5. Liverpool vs AC Milan | 3-3 (2005 UEFACL Final)

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    What the world press calls ‘The Instanbul Miracle’ is above all else an emotional roller coaster for any fan.

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    Milan stunned the Reds by opening the score in the first minute by Maldini. Liverpool found itself in a deeper ditch after a brace from Crespo. And, just like that, it was an insurmountable 3-0 lead for the Rossoneri at halftime.

    What follows is a confluence of resilience, force of character and luck. The most spectacular comeback/meltdown—depending on how you look at it—ensued with Reds’ skipper Steve Gerrard leading the way on a header to cut the lead. Czech international Vladimir Smicer fired a powerful low shot past Dida to bring the score at 2-3.

    Xabi Alonso would go on to equalize. All of this happened within six minutes after the break. Milan created a couple of chances, but it seemed like destiny sided with Liverpool, and Milan’s star Shevchenko was cursed. Liverpool went on to win its fifth European crown in the eventual penalty shootout.

4. Argentina vs England | 2-1 (1986 WC QF)

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    Only four years removed from the Falklands War, it was in a very tense atmosphere between the two rival nations in the heat of Azteca Stadium. No single game ever encompasses better the broad scope of an ego and a personality as complex as Diego Maradona’s.

    ‘The Most Gifted Player Ever’ comes across as an angel/demon and a savior/cheater in the same game. After a goalless first half, Diego went on to score two of the most storied goals ever.

    Just after the break, El Pibe de Oro netted the most controversial goal in history; "The Hand of God" goal, a handball disguised as a header over Peter Shilton which everybody but referee Ali Bin Nasser saw.

    A few minutes after, the Argentine legend went on to score "The Goal of the Century" by dribbling past six English defenders before beating Shilton. A goal from the tournament's eventual top scorer, Gary Lineker, didn’t change the outcome, as Argentina went all the way to win the world crown.

3. Manchester United vs Bayern Munich | 2-1 (1999 UEFACL Final)

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    Both teams came into Barcelona with dreams of adding the last (and most prestigious) silverware to their Treble bid after winning both their domestic leagues and cups.

    Early in the game, Bayern drew first blood on a free kick from the temperamental but brilliant Mario Basler. Without Paul Scholes and Roy Keane, both suspended, the Red Devils just couldn’t find their rhythm. They dodged the knockout blow twice as Mehmet Scholl saw his chip shot landing on the right post and Carsten Jancker, with the same bad luck, hit the crossbar on a powerful overhead kick.

    That’s when Sir Alex Ferguson pulled two tricks up his sleeves by substituting in Teddy Sheringham and Ole Solksjaer. What followed is the perfect heist ever orchestrated in football.

    A battered, bullied, outplayed and dominated Manchester United stole the title hopes away from Bayern and his skipper, the legendary Lothar Matthaus, with two late strikes in stoppage time leaving the German bench and supporters stunned in disbelief trying to realize what just hit them.

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2. Brazil vs Italy | 3-3 (France Tournament 1997)

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    The single most spectacular football match I have ever seen. Some of you will say, "How come an exhibition made the list? How come it’s ranked so high?" My answer to you is, "There was nothing friendly about this game! Nothing…"

    The tournament itself, featuring Brazil, Italy, England and France, was first conceived as a prestigious rehearsal one year before the 1998 World Cup kickoff. It turned out to be as compelling and competitive as any international tournament since and ever.

    This game was the highest of highs, as Italy came out firing right from kickoff, catching off-guard a Brazil side that boasted the finest and most lethal offensive duo in modern football with legendary strikers Ronaldo and Romario. On the other hand, the brilliant Juventus tandem of Del Piero and Vieri gave Brazil’s back four all they could handle.

    The Azzuri went ahead after a Del Piero header beat Taffarel on a beautiful cross by Vieri. It went from bad to worse for a stunned but brilliant Seleçao when Aldair deflected a direct free kick by Albertini into his own net.

    Brazil would get one back thanks to Roberto Carlos blistering shot (deflected by Lombardo). A young and elusive Pippo Inzaghi, who replaced Vieri in the second half, won a penalty that Del Piero coldly converted. 3-1 Italy.

    Then Brazil stormed back to equalize behind two goals from its pair of ‘Ro-Ro’ virtuosos.

1. Italy vs West Germany | 4-3 (1970 WC SF)

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    This classic is heralded across football punditry as "The Game of the Century" primarily because a) it featured two football powerhouses, Italy and West Germany, b) provided five goals in extra time c) and it was a World Cup semifinal.

    Boninsegna put the Italians in front very early in the game with a left-footed strike from the edge of the box. Just when most everybody assumed we were heading straight toward a victory for Italy, then German defender Schnellinger levelled up the score with a diving header in injury time.

    Germany took the lead with a goal from Gerd Muller in the 94thminute. Burgnich went on to equalize four minutes later. Italy closes the first period of extra time with another goal by Gigi Riva.

    The Kaiser, Franz Beckenbauer had his right shoulder dislocated early in the game. He went on to play the remainder of the game with a scarf on.

    The inevitable Muller scored again to level the game at 3-3. Rivera went on to score the winning goal immediately after, securing a spot in the final against Brazil.

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What is the greatest soccer match of all time? ›

Best Football (Soccer) Matches of All Time
  1. 1 Manchester United vs Bayern Munich 1999. ...
  2. 2 Barcelona vs Real Madrid 2010. ...
  3. 3 Brazil vs Netherlands 1998.
  4. 4 Liverpool vs A.C. Milan 2005. ...
  5. 5 Germany vs Brazil 2014. ...
  6. 6 Argentina vs England 1986.
  7. 7 Germany vs England 1990.
  8. 8 Argentina vs England 1998.

What is the best football game in 2022? ›

Top five mobile football games in 2022
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What soccer games are free on PC? ›

Download Soccer Games Free For Windows - Best Software & Apps
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  • Pro Evolution Soccer 5. 2.0. ...
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 6. trailer. ...
  • PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2018 LITE. Varies with device. ...
  • PES 2014 Patch. 1.07.

Who has most FIFA goals ever? ›

Miroslav Klose

Who is football all time scorer? ›

Most Goals in Soccer History. The 30 top goal scorers of all time. The portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest goal scorer in the world with 818 offical goals. He is followed by the austrian Josef Bican with 805 official goals.

What is the biggest football defeat ever? ›

AS Adema 149–0 SO l'Emyrne was a football match played on 31 October 2002 between two teams in Toamasina, Madagascar. It holds the world record for the highest scoreline in a football match, recognised by The Guinness Book of Records.

Has there ever been a 100 point football game? ›

That distinction belongs to Portland State, which piled up 105 points in a win against Delaware State in 1980.

Which is No 1 football game? ›

If you want to download a football game, which boasts a lot of best-in-class features, then you must undoubtedly go for eFootball PES 2021. The PES here means Pro Evolution Soccer, and in case you didn't already know, it is the primary competitor of the legendary FIFA.

Which FIFA is offline? ›

FIFA mobile has offline and online features.

Is Fifa 14 offline? ›

There are different modes in the FIFA 14 android version. After you download it, Ultimate team(requires internet connection), Penalty shootout and Games of the Week are free to play.

Is FIFA now free? ›

Players that are subscribed to Xbox Game Pass can now play FIFA 22 for free after its inclusion in June's release of free titles, along with Narak: Bladepoint and Far Cry 5. Players will be able to access all game modes including Career Mode, FIFA Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs and Volta Football from June 23, 2022.

Is football 22 free? ›

0 of eFootball 2022 is available for free (free-to-play) on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.

Is FIFA ever free? ›

Unfortunately for fans, no – FIFA 23 will not be free. This comes after EA announced Pre-Order packages for the game on the 20th of July 2022, which has confirmed that you will need to pay to obtain FIFA 23.

Who is No 1 Messi or Ronaldo? ›

Messi is the all-time leading goalscorer in La Liga and also has the record for the most assists but Ronaldo is the all-time top goalscorer and assist provider in the Champions League, yet the pair of them are the first two players to score 100 goals in Champions League history.

Who is the No 1 player in the world? ›

1. Lionel Messi (PSG)

Who is the goat in soccer? ›

Argentina's Lionel Messi and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo light up the 'GOAT' debate in the modern era. Their dueling careers atop the world game make fans born in the 1990s and 2000s believe that these two are, by far, the greatest soccer players of all time.

Has any footballer scored 1000 goals? ›

Brazilian soccer great Pelé scores his 1,000th professional goal in a game, against Vasco da Gama in Rio de Janeiro's Maracana stadium. It was a major milestone in an illustrious career that included three World Cup championships.

Who is the king of world football? ›

Lionel Messi is an unstoppable football player from Argentina. After Diego, Messi has taken the title of the best football player from Argentina. Messi was declared FIFA World Player 5 times in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2015.

Who is the top 10 highest goal scorer? ›

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Which player has most records in football? ›

Cristiano Ronaldo has the most records in football history. The Portuguese forward has been in menacing form since he burst into the scene and only except for the World Cup he has almost won everything in football.

Who has more goals Messi or Ronaldo? ›

Overall, Cristiano Ronaldo has more career goals than Lionel Messi currently. While Ronaldo has netted 818 goals in 1139 matches, Messi has scored 785 goals in 994 games.

What is Man Utd biggest defeat? ›

What is Man Utd's biggest ever defeat in history? Man United's biggest loss of all time is 7-0. They have suffered a 7-0 defeat on three occasions, to Blackburn Rovers on 10 April 1926, to Aston Villa on 27 December 1930 and Wolves on 26 December 1931. These games all represent Man Utd's biggest ever league defeats.

What is Chelsea biggest defeat? ›

What is Chelsea's biggest ever away defeat in history? Chelsea's biggest away defeat is by six goals. It's happened three times in history - an 8-1 loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers during the 1953/1954 season, and 7-0 defeats to Leeds United (1967/68) and Nottingham Forest (1990/91).

What's the worst loss in football? ›

1. A.S Adema 149-0 Stade Olympique L'Emyrne (2002) The match took place on October 31, 2002, in the Madagascar National Football Championship which ended with a score of 149-0 in favour of the home team.

Has there ever been 0-0 in football? ›

As per Pro Football Reference, 73 games in pro football history have ended in a 0-0 tie. However, the last time that took place was almost 80 years ago, meaning there's been no scoreless ties in the Super Bowl era.

Has there ever been a 0 score football game? ›

Has there ever been a 0-0 tie in the NFL? There have been 73 games in pro football history that ended in a 0-0 tie, according to Pro Football Reference. But it's been nearly 80 years since the last one, meaning there's yet to be a scoreless tie in the Super Bowl era.

Has 1 point ever been scored? ›

Oregon scored a touchdown. A Kansas State player then blocked the extra point attempt. The ball was then picked up by a Kansas State player, who then ran the ball into his own end zone. He was subsequently downed in the end zone, giving Oregon a 1-point safety.

Who is ranked No 1 football player? ›

Karim Benzama won the Ballon d'Or Award (his first) for 2022, beating the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Mohammad Salah and Robert Lewandowski in the race. One of the main architects of Real Madrid's winning their 14th Champions League trophy was French striker Karim Benzema.

Who is no 1 best team in the world? ›

Updated after matches played on 13 November 2022
RankClub / Country1-yr change
1Bayern München Germany0 2083
2SSC Napoli Italy7 1882
3Real Madrid Spain1 1983
4Manchester City England1 1997
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Who is No 1 in football history? ›

#1 Lionel Messi (Argentina) - seven-time Ballon d'Or winner. The Copa America triumph cemented Lionel Messi's place as the greatest player of all time.

Can FIFA 22 be played on Android? ›

FIFA Mobile New Season 2021-2022 game app is available for free download from Monday, 18th of January 2022 on Apple Store and Google Play.

Can I play Fifa 17 offline? ›

You don't need necessary an internet connection to play the Kick Off mode in FIFA 17, only using Live Form feature requires an internet connection. Kick Off mode is available under PLAY menu in FIFA 17.

Does FIFA work without wifi? ›

Absolutely. You are not required to connect the PS4 to the internet to set it up, create a profile or play games. Unlike the Xbox One which requires you to connect to the internet, even do the initial setup. This was one of the things I liked about the PS4.

Can I play Fifa 22 offline? ›

Can you play FIFA 22 offline? In short, you will definitely be able to play FIFA 22 offline. FIFA 22 will include popular online modes such as Ultimate Team and Pro Clubs, but will also cater for offline gamers with Career Mode and Kick-Off.

Can I run FIFA 14 on 2gb RAM? ›

Fifa and Pro Evolution (Fifas biggest rival) usually turn up just after real life transfers have been completed.
Fifa 14 System Requirements.
OSWindows XP 32-bitWindows 7 32-bit
HDD Space8 GB8 GB
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Was FIFA Cancelled? ›

The FIFA video game will be disappearing after the maker failed to strike a new licensing deal with world soccer's governing body. Instead, EA Sports FC will be introduced from 2023 after the company creates the final game in partnership with FIFA later this year.

Does FIFA cost money? ›

This year, the Standard Edition of FIFA 22 will cost $59.99 or $69.99 in the U.S., depending on the console.
How much does FIFA 22 cost?
Xbox One$59.99$99.99
Xbox Series X/S$69.99$99.99
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How much does FIFA 22 cost? ›

Powered by Football™, EA SPORTS™ FIFA 22 brings the game even closer to the real thing with fundamental gameplay advances and a new season of innovation across every mode.
Included with EA Play.
$4.99 / month
$29.99 / 12 months-50%

Does FIFA 22 have penalties? ›

Penalties are a real art on FIFA 22. Whether it's the actual execution of the shot or the mental game behind it all, there's a lot going on with shootouts this year.

Is FIFA 22 better than football? ›

In terms of modes eFootball never gonna win the battle over FIFA. FIFA 22 has racked up all the licenses which include the competitions like Champions League. While on the other side eFootball is surely lacking behind FIFA 22 in terms of modes.

Is FIFA free on Xbox? ›

Players that are subscribed to Xbox Game Pass can now play FIFA 22 for free after its inclusion in June's release of free titles, along with Narak: Bladepoint and Far Cry 5. Players will be able to access all game modes including Career Mode, FIFA Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs and Volta Football from June 23, 2022.

Is FIFA safe? ›

Are there any risks? Our online safety experts have found that most parents and carers have little to no concerns about the child in their care playing FIFA. All games can present risks to children and young people. While FIFA may appear “safe” there are still some significant risks found during gameplay.

Is FIFA a real game? ›

FIFA, also known as FIFA Football and soon to be known as EA Sports FC from 2023, is a series of association football video games developed and released annually by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports label. As of 2011, the FIFA franchise has been localised into 18 languages and available in 51 countries.

Will we have a FIFA 23? ›

FIFA 23's worldwide release date is September 30, 2022. If you pre-ordered the Standard Edition, you'll get access then.

What is the biggest win in soccer history? ›

AS Adema 149–0 SO l'Emyrne was a football match played on 31 October 2002 between two teams in Toamasina, Madagascar. It holds the world record for the highest scoreline in a football match, recognised by The Guinness Book of Records.

What was the biggest soccer game in the world? ›

Australia set a world record for the largest victory in an international football match, winning the game 31–0.
Australia 31–0 American Samoa.
Event2002 FIFA World Cup qualification
VenueInternational Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour, Australia
Man of the MatchArchie Thompson
RefereeRonan Leaustic (Tahiti)
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Who is the king of soccer all time? ›

Lionel Messi is the holder of the title 'King of football. ' He is best known for his dribbling skills, tricks on the field, impossible goals, and never-ending determination to win the game.

Who scored 7 goals in one match? ›

The last player in these leagues to score seven goals in a match was László Kubala in 1952 for FC Barcelona.

Who is better Messi or Ronaldo? ›

Ronaldo does boast more of FIFA's new 'The Best' awards and has been crowned UEFA Player of the Year on more occasions, but Messi has won more league Player of the Year accolades.

Who scored 87 goals in one match? ›

The First man to score 87 goals in one match . Even the Referee was scared to book him . Oh yes and he has a brother who currently plays for Crystal Palace.

Who scored 9 goals in a match? ›

In addition, that 12-0 victory set two records in the history of the competition: the most goals scored by a player in the same match and the largest victory. Haaland scored 9 goals in just one match! The Day Erling Haaland SCORED 9 GOALS in 1 Game !!!

Who is the best player in the world? ›

Game in and game out, Messi proves he is a complete player due to his ability to continually make his teammates better and generally improve Barcelona's overall gameplay. So there it is, Ronaldo is a phenomenal, exciting player. But Lionel Messi is just a step above and should be regarded as the world's best player.

Who is king No 1 football player? ›

Lionel Messi is the king of football in 2022 after his stupendous previous season where he ended with 41 goals and 17 assists and then went on to leave Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain for the 2021-22 season.

Who is best player in history? ›

#1 Lionel Messi (Argentina) - seven-time Ballon d'Or winner. The Copa America triumph cemented Lionel Messi's place as the greatest player of all time.

Who is the highest goal scorer? ›

Cristiano Ronaldo


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