Spiking well is often synonymous with success and in most scoring chances. But nevertheless, many times when a shot hit the target is merit of the centralizer. Forgotten by many, throughout history there have been great centralizers in football history. We review the best of the past 30 years:
1- David Beckham: a classic which of course could not miss the list. Mythical centers are threaded from the right side which used to represent more than half-goal, especially in its passage through the Manchester United. English has a glove on his right leg and, marketing aside, no one can argue that this is one of the best centralizers that has given football.
2- Michel: Real Madrid was known for its centers to the area they used to find the head or leg Hugo Sánchez. The Mexican, definitely, It would not have been what it was without Michel. The now coach of Olympiakos was a magnificent race centralizer with an essential virtue in a great passer: raise the head before turning.
3- Another madridista was formerly ranked third barcelonista. This is Luis Figo. The Portuguese was an extraordinary centralizer with the right leg, but also had the ability and virtue to be able to put the ball left with great temple. With the years, Figo was leaving the band and focusing its position, but in its infancy, Luso was a spectacular centering and hence, we still remain the memory hanging balls.
4- Antonio valencia: it said the British media is the most effective. And despite the redundancy, effectively, so it is. Ecuador has the gift of putting it where he wants and that is priceless, especially for the forwards advantage as no South American gifts.
5- Gica Hagi: Xabi could have entered Peter, Alonso and Gaizka Mendieta but the Romanian was made of sterner stuff. The Carpathian had a spectacular left-handed leg that made possible focus and put it on the penalty spot, head of the front or even the goal itself, as he demonstrated in the World US. A genius.
Other unforgettable centradores: Nani, Malouda, Cristiano, Of Maria, Xavi…