Five of the best strikers in the history center part II

Five of the best strikers in the history center part II
Marco Van Basten, one of the best center forwards in history. Photo: Brand

The goal is soccer sauce, the object of the sport and as well said the great Alfredo Di Stéfano: “a football match without goals is like a Sunday sunless”. Because, after writing some time ago on five of the best strikers in history, we bring you the second part and propose five scorers, five pure nines of the best ever.

1-Marco Van Basten

Van Basten in all the requirements of a perfect striker met; tall and good in the air ( half 1.88 cm), game viewing, speed, clear, goal and dribble with excellent planted to leave the defenses. all, under a stratospheric elegance. But nevertheless, the big race of the Dutch fine would be cut short by injuries, especially ankle he suffered in the season 92-93, which he led to its abandonment of football with only 29 years lost end of the European Cup 1993 against Olympique Marseille.

2-George Weah

George Weah is talking about talking about one of the most powerful strikers who have stepped on a field. with its 1,84 and their 82 kilos at his best, He possessed a powerful shot, an unstoppable stride and incredible effectiveness against shot past. In summary, He had virtually all the necessary assets to become one of the largest. Named African Footballer of the twentieth century, I won the golden ball. His only mole was not able to play a World Cup level by his country loose.

Weah y Ronaldo, of 9 very goal.
Weah y Ronaldo, of 9 very goal. Photo:

3-Hugo Sanchez

Hugo Sanchez is the best player in the history of Mexico. His goals, its race, His character on the pitch and off it and what it meant for Mexican soccer. The goal in the 80's bore his name. He played three World ( Argentina 1978, Mexico 1986 and use 1994) where as far he managed to achieve with the selection were the quarterfinals of the World Cup played in their own country 1986. In total at the end of his career he scored 510 goals in 893 matches.

4-Ivan Zamorano

Ivan Zamorano is undoubtedly one of the most representative players of Chile in recent 30 years. International Chile, was mundialista in 1998 forming a lethal pair with another Chilean football derby, Marcelo Salas. He was also bronze medalist in Sydney 2000, where he scored 6 goals. Throughout his career he scored 348 goals in 665 matches. Surprising that despite his short stature (1,76) got to have that lethal header that characterized him. He also had an amazing ability to finish with both legs. Temperamental and punchy, Ivan Zamorano was one of the great strikers in world football for many years.

5-Alan Shearer

Alan Shearer had the goal blood. Goal scorer, Quick, skilled, crafty, with good shot with both legs. They are some of the definitions that best characterize one of the best center forwards of the decade 90 and history. Born in Newscastle in 1970, He has in his honor to be the top scorer of Newcastle and the Premier League. It is an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, an honor reserved for the elect.


PD: if you want, You can read the first part of Five of the best scorers in history.

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol


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