10 Best Attackers In The Football (Soccer) History

Football is a popular game across the globe, and for a good reason is named by Sbobet as #1 sports betting discipline.

The game tests a player’s skills, teamwork, and ability to strategize and adapt to the challenges getting thrown at them. But while there is a sea of football players, only a few have managed to make a lasting impact.

The favorite position is of a striker, as that is where the action is the most. Here’s the list of the top 10 football attackers of history. Some of their videos are available on Buaksib in the football highlights section.


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Who are the top 10 attackers in football history?

What does the term attacker mean concerning football? An attacker is also known as a striker. A striker is a player who is positionally the closest in the vicinity of the opposing team’s goal post. By default, this makes the striker responsible for goal scoring.

Top 10 football attackers in history:

Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski plays for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and is also the captain of the Poland National team. He is a well-known player for his finishing abilities and has scored over 500 goals.

Thiery Henry

Thiery Henry is a former player who debuted in 1994 for Monaco and now works as a French expert football coach. He has also held the position of manager of the Major League Soccer, Montreal. Thiery Henry also holds the title of the FIFA World Player Of The Year.

Ferenc Puskás

The late Ferenc Puskás gets considered as football’s first international superstar and had played for Hungary. The striker an Olympic champion in 1952 and was a part of the 1954 World Cup-winning team.

Eusebio

The late Eusébio da Silva Ferreira played as a Portuguese footballer and became famous for his skill and speed. He also got nicknamed the “Black Panther” for his technique and ferociousness.

Marco van Basten

Marcel “Marco” van Basten is a former footballer of the Netherlands National team and now works as a football manager. He had to retire at the age of 28 due to an injury but still gets considered one of the most explosive strikers in football history.

Johan Cruyff

The late Johan Cruyff was a Dutch footballer and coach born in the Netherlands. He won the Ballon d’Or thrice in his career and is considered the most prolific football player.

Romário

Romário de Souza Faria is a former football player turned Brazilian politician. The infamous striker was known for his finishing skills and was a part of the Brazilian football team win in the 1994 FIFA World Cup.

Gerd Müller

Gerhard “Gerd” Müller is a professional German footballer well known for his finishing and goal-scoring abilities. He got named the European Footballer of the Year in the year 1970. He also got nicknamed “Bomber der Nation.”

Pelé

Edson Arantes do Nascimento is commonly known as Pelé. He is a former Brazilian footballer and was the best-paid athlete during his playing days and also got voted as the World Player of the Century.

Ronaldo Nazário

Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima is a former footballer and a current Brazilian business owner. He is also the President of La Liga and holds the F

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