Unexpected player ditched Messi, choses greatest player

Another player snubs Messi

Another player snubs Messi

Undoubtedly, Lionel Messi has been regarded as one of the best players of all time, as the debate of greatest of all time rages on. He has won a record seven Ballon d'Or awards, a record six European Golden Shoes, and was selected for the Ballon d'Or Dream Team in 2020. He also won a club-record 35 trophies with Barcelona.

The most goals in La Liga (474), the most goals in a La Liga and European league season (50), the most hat-tricks in La Liga (36) and the UEFA Champions League (8), and the most assists in La Liga (192), a La Liga season (21) and the Copa América belong to prolific goal scorer and talented playmaker Messi (17). 

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Additionally, he holds the record for the most goals scored outside of South America by a man (93). Messi has the most goals by a player for a single club with over 785 senior career goals for club and country (672). In spite of these amazing records some players has vfound excuses to snub Messi when picking their greatest player.

Few days after Chelsea star, Reece James chose Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of Messi, a Ballon D'ior winner has replicated that in another fashion. He named Argentine legend Diego Maradona as the game's greatest player of all time ahead of Messi.The late Maradona and forward Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain are revered as two of the best athletes to have ever lived. 

The player who chose Mardona ahead of Messi

Throughout his 21-year professional career, Maradona was seen as player who can create something out of nothing with magical skills and shown great talent by participating in 490 official club matches and tallying 259 goals.For Argentina, he played 91 times and scored 34 goals and won the FIFA World Cup in 1986. The player who think because of these Maradona is ahead of Messi is Croatia captain, Luka Modric. 

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