It is also important to start this list with the fact that most leagues have restarted after the enforced break, however, the French Ligue 1 has not restarted. As such, the placement of the two Ligue 1 players on this list is somewhat subjective and arbitrary and could have been vastly different had those players played the remainder of their season. At this point, towards the end, the list naturally becomes more subjective. I’ve tried to take into account each player’s current form as well as their overall ability when fit, but the ranking will always be random when so many players have played. good.
The football superstar was born on a small island in Funchal, Madeira in Portugal. He had to face many hardships in his early life. He was brought up without materialistic luxuries but with a lot of love and affection. His father Jose Dinis Aveiro was a gardener and hardly made a living. It was he who named Ronaldo as he was inspired by the former US President, Ronald Reagan. Ronaldo’s father was a drunk. Sometimes he used to drink a lot that it eventually caused him alcoholic liver disease and he died of it in 2005 when Ronaldo was twenty years of age. This is one of the reasons why the soccer star, Ronaldo decided not to drink.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Mother
Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro used to work to run their home. She used to do cooking and clean for others. This way she fed her children and brought them up. Ronaldo grew up under the love and care of his mother. It was his mother who persuaded him to fulfill his dream of becoming a footballer. Thus, his mother gave him the direction and made him the incredible player he is today.
But without further ado, here are what I consider to be the top 10 best players in the world right now, based on their form and their natural ability when in form. Check out the weather for the World Cup. Lionel Messi The Atomic Flea has been at the top of this list for over a decade and is still going strong at 33. In fact, sensational stats and seasons have become second nature to him. Although Messi missed Barcelona’s first four games of the season through injury, with 22 goals and three games a season so far,
it’s business as usual. Messi has scored 27 goals and 24 assists in all competitions and hopes to lead Barcelona to their first Champions League title since the treble in 2014-15. Messi is also the youngest player to win the Ballon d’Or, narrowly beating Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk by seven points. Despite Barcelona’s management problems and uncertainty about the club’s future if Messi leaves, the Argentine striker has played unstoppable and exciting football as the Peruvian, recently scoring his 700th career goal.
Cristiano Ronaldo long as you’re in, you’ll be at the top of the list. Cristiano Ronaldo is 35 years old, only playing his second year in Italy, and still collecting absurd numbers in front of goal. With 28 goals and 6 assists in the 28 games he has played in La Liga and a total of 39 goals in all competitions, he has contributed half of all Juventus goals this season. He is currently challenging Lazio’s Ciro Immobile for the Capocannoniere (Serie A top scorer) and has seemingly been a star player for Juventus.