The best in football history, is it the Brazilian legend Pele who crowned the World Cup title for his country, the Argentine Maradona, the magician Ronaldinho, the legend Messi crowned the title of best player 6 times without any international title, or the Portuguese Ronaldo crowned the title of best player in the world 5 times and my league European champions the same number or the Brazilian phenomenon Ronaldo, countless names in the history of football, her names were written in the history of football and fans commented on it.
The Spanish newspaper “Marca” took advantage of the interruption of the world championships and conducted a large referendum on the newspaper’s website for the title of best player in history, with the participation of world stars, and the knockout system “Play Off” from the round of sixteen through the quarter-final and semi-final round, and then the final.
And the past years have witnessed the glory of the Argentine star Messi, the owner of the golden ball 6 times, and his continuous comparison with the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, which made the public and the global press constantly conduct referendums to reach the opinion of the public in this difficult equation.
A number of the stars of the witch, former and current, participated in the referendum, the current Argentine duo Lionel Messi, Barcelona star, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus's top scorer, in addition to the Brazilian Pele, his compatriot Ronaldo phenomenon, Argentine Diego Armando Maradona, Alfredo de Stefano and French Zinedine Zidane Dutchman Johan Cruyff, Frenchman Michel Platini, Portuguese Eusebio, Soviet goalkeeper Lev Yashin, Italian Paolo Maldini, Hungarian Frances Puskas, German Franz Beckenbauer and Englishman George Best.
He succeeded in reaching the final of the duo of Lionel Messi, who outperformed the Brazilian Ronaldo in the semifinals, while Cristiano Ronaldo reached the final at the expense of the legend Maradona.
In the final, which saw the vote of more than 450 thousand people, Ronaldo overtook Messi, as the Portuguese star got 246 thousand votes, at a rate of 54%, compared to 209 thousand votes for the Argentine star, or a rate of 46%.
Ronaldo ranked third, followed by Maradona in the fourth place, a slight difference, at a rate of 51%, compared to 49%.