Roberto Carlos is known as one of the most famous football legends in Brazilian football history. The striker is known for his powerful shots and clarity on the pitch. The Real White Vulture is the club that Roberto Carlos has achieved the most success.
Roberto Carlos ranked second in the 1997 FIFA best player list. At the national team level, Carlos played a total of 125 games and scored 11 goals at the 2002 World Cup and helped his home team win the championship. In 2006, he retired.
Zico’s beloved fans nicknamed him “White Pele” and were one of the best players of the 1980s. Zico attended the World Cup three times in 1978, 1982, and 1986. Total Goals He scored 66 goals in 88 appearances for the Brazilian national team.
Although he never won the World Cup with his teammates, he was still voted one of the best players in Brazilian football history. He helped Japan win the 2004 Asian Cup.
Every football tournament attracts a very large fan base. Moreover, female soccer fans are even more special, with the same point in the countries with the most beautiful female soccer fans believe!
Romario – Brazilian football legend used to be a nightmare with the defense of the opponent. This legend is associated with scoring and tearing the opponent’s net at the 1994 World Cup.
When he was on the field, Romario played for famous clubs like PSV or Barcelona and scored many goals in his career. He, along with Hristo Stoichkov, was the same pair in the ‘Dream Team’ formation of Johan Cruyff.
Socrates was named one of the best Brazilian players. His playing career is associated with the club Botafogo, Corinthians, Flamengo, or Santos. He has an agile style of play, flexibility on the pitch, and clever thinking, knows how to respond to ball situations when playing.