Andreas Brehme, former German soccer player and world champion in Italy 1990, gave his verdict on the eternal discussion of the greatest footballer in history.
The debate to see who is the best soccer player in history is a classic in the world of sports. This time, who joined the table was a world champion, Andreas Brehme, who did not hesitate to choose Diego Maradona.
In an interview with Enganche, the German commented: “Diego was the best player in the world. Everyone was at his feet as a footballer. To give you an idea, he was Messi and Ronaldo in the same person. “
Regarding La Pulga and CR7, the author of the goal in the 1990 World Cup final stated: “They are both the best in football today, but personally I like Lionel’s style a little more.”
In the last 12 years, the Barcelona star and the Portuguese soccer player have shared out a large part of the Ballon d’Or editions. Maradona has none, but when he worked as a soccer player, the South Americans had no place in that award. “
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