Is Cristiano Ronaldo the best player in the Champions League?


The Most Proficient Sportsman In The Worldwide Football Competition

When you are asked about the greatest footballers in the history of football, surely you name Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. But if you are asked which of them is better, you hesitate. Doesn’t it? We have compiled a rating of the 10 most successful professional footballers based on their achievements

 Cristiano Ronaldo

Obviously! Cristiano led Real Madrid to their fourth major European win in five years. Ronaldo has scored in every match for his club before the Champions League semi-finals. In the same Champions League, Ronaldo scored a historic 100th goal in the European Cup — the first in the history of football

Lionel Messi

Messi scores goals for every taste. He can score with a long-range shot, circling the entire defence with a free-kick between the legs of the goalkeeper – whatever you like.

Sergio Ramos

Ramos’s main achievement was the production of 100 goals for Real Madrid. The footballer has scored 14 goals in the Champions League in just 11 seasons. This is truly a cosmic result! Indeed, in the history of football, only Raul and Karim Benzema have scored more goals than Ramos). He has scored a record 74 goals in La Liga, as well as seven in the Spanish Cup. We admire it!

Andres Iniesta

Iniesta was an ace in the sleeve of the victorious Spanish team, and after the final victory over the Netherlands and he was named the Man of the Match.

Moreover, Iniesta got a phenomenal achievement when he won “Red Fury” at Euro 2012. He participated in seven finals of major tournaments and won them all.

Paolo Maldini

Named one of the best defenders in the history of football, Paolo Maldini won with hard work; the footballer has a number of brilliantly organized defences in major European-level matches. Interestingly, Maldini gave his sports talents to one single team, ‘Milan’.

Raul Gonzalez

He is known as a legendary player for the club Real Madrid and also the Spanish national team. Raul is the player with the most appearances for Real Madrid. He also recorded achievements by never winning a red card in his career.


The footballer is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the world in the early 21st century. We love his touching quote: “There are two types of football – there’s physical football and football talent.”

Iker Casillas

Already in his debut season as part of Real Madrid, Casillas declared himself to the whole football world. He regularly appeared on the field and at the end of the season won the Bravo Trophy, which was awarded to the best young player in Europe. However, the main event for the goalkeeper and the whole team was the victory in the Champions League. Moreover, Iker became the youngest goalkeeper and winner of the final of the main European tournament.

Clarence Seedorf

All avid football fans know about that fateful day… On May 28, 2003, in Manchester at Old Trafford stadium, the final whistle of the German referee Marcus Merck sounds, who fixes 0: 0 after 120 minutes of the Champions League final match between the Italian teams — Milan and Juventus. The fifth and decisive penalty is suitable for the striker of Milan Andriy Shevchenko. If he scores, then Milan will win, if not, then the penalty shootout will continue. Run of the Ukrainian, blow, goal. Milan won the Champions League, and Clarence Seedorf became the first (and so far the only) footballer to win this tournament with three different teams …

Steven Gerrard

At the 2006 World Cup, he became the team’s top scorer with two goals. But the English player is significant in two ways, as a football player and also as a coach. For his services, he received the title of Commander of the Order of the British Empire.