Best Strikers in the world 2013
Taking a look at the Top Ten Strikers in world. Starting with house hold player’s you know.
- Lionel Messi
In As Much as it would be controversy to give this lad an edge, speaking sincerely here is great, The Four time Ballon
D’or winner and Barcelona all time goalscorer, breaking record upon record. although not striker as you may take him,
but leaving him there as a false nine make’s him one of the Top Ten Strikers. as he find’s goals easy to come.
- Cristiano Ronaldo
Calling a striker without his name is like saying La without Liga, The Once Ballon D’ or winner during his day’s inManchester united have not still stoped improving. This lad finds it easy to the back of the net, He has pace, Bodybalance, unsurmountable skill, unrissitable goal, in as much as people would take it but this guy he magician and generalin front of the goal. He give’s Command and the rest are story. He is one of the Best Strikers in the world 2013
- Sergio Aguero
This Manchester city player deserves to be recognized as one of the Top Ten Strikers, is it his Romario-like finishing or his pace and body movement with the ball, this guy is worth it. He is the seriously inline to make Argentinean forget Maradona, given that he is married to the great man’s daughter. Earned his nickname because of a Japanese anime character with the same name and similar hair. At Current Real Madrid is looking for him, he would be great if he leave Manchester city to Real Madrid as it would be a step to become a legend in soccer.
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Only low performance was his Part failure to fit in at Barca. He’s nonetheless an all round incredible player,
who has been a guaranteed 20+ goals a season to clubs around Europe for a good 8 years now. Infront of your Goal it’s Rest assured it’s in the back of your net. his is a player and among the Best Strikers in the world 2013.
- Luis Suarez : Best Strikers in the world 2013
This controversial liverpool Player makes the Top Ten Strikers in Europe, as much as you would like to critice him, seriously speaking is a demon when it to making some step over to the back of the net. Blessed with a fine first touch and tremendous all-round technique, the Uruguayan could add a few more goals to his game but is consistently Liverpool’s most dangerous attacking player and one of the first names on the team sheet for club and country.
- Edinson Cavani : Best Strikers in the world 2013
He enjoyed three phenomenal seasons at Napoli after joining from Palermo in 2010. Cavani scored 78 Serie A goals in three seasons and his consistent performances earned him a big-money move to cash rich Paris Saint-Germain in 2013.The most expensive signing in French history at a reported US$84 million, Cavani is a regular for his country with whom he won the 2011 Copa America. Best Striker in the world 2013 , he is supposed to be here.
- Robin van Persie
Sir Alex Ferguson swooped to sign the Dutch striker after his best ever club season. Van Persie scored 30 league goals with the Gunners before announcing that he would not be renewing a contract that was due to expire in 2014. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was loath to let his star striker leave. This guy is as good as goal. Best Strikers in the world 2013
- Wayne Rooney
In as much as he hard struggled to be played infront of goal that guy is good enough for it. If there were question marks over Rooney’s goalscoring abilities, they were well and truly answered in the 2009/10 season. Now that he has added more goals to his game, Rooney is the all-round player. Superb awareness, long-range passing, hold-up play and a never-say-die sprit combine to make a precious asset for club and country. Best Strikers in the world 2013 .
- Robert Lewandovski
It’s a bit of a football hipster’s choice, but I Lewandovski more than silenced the doubters with his 4 goal demolition of Real Madrid last Spring. Not only does he score an incredible ¼ of all the shots he takes, but his selfless link up play sets up countless goals for his teammates as well. Best Strikers in the world 2013
- Radamel Falcao
Replacing Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan in the summer of 2011 would have felt like an unenviable task for any number of the game’s top strikers but after moving to Atletico Madrid goals have flowed freely from the boots of Falcao. The Colombian propelled Porto and Atletico to Europa League titles and his form in Spain persuaded cash rich Monaco to shell out a reported US$80 million in May 2013 and his to be named here ( Best Strikers in the world 2013 ) even though his current performance is not upto what he is.