During strategizing, the decisive victory is thousands of miles away. The midfield commander is the organizer of the team. Their passing, dribbling, and shooting are very imaginative, which makes the midfield position full of artistry.
This article will take stock of the midfield masters since the 1990s. Please correct me for omissions and errors.
Tenth place: Modric
Frankly speaking, Modric is not better than the predecessors who have dropped out, but as a representative of active players, putting the Magic Flute in this position is also Count the past. Modric's technical balance on both feet, excellent running position during offensive and defensive transitions; as a midfield commander, he also contributed a lot to the team's defensive role. The violent long-range industry is the best of Magic Flute.
Ninth place: Balakoff
When it comes to Bulgaria in the 1990s, fans will soon think of Stojčko Fu. In Bulgaria at the time, there was also a very talented midfield organizer. He was Barakoff. Barakoff was also a left-footed player with full passing imagination and a good midfield organization and scheduling ability. Called a master, he organized the team’s midfield in an orderly manner. Balakov was a meritorious player who reached the semi-finals in the 1994 World Cup in Bulgaria. In Stuttgart, he formed a "three carriage" with Elber and Bobic. At that time, the Bundesliga was invincible.
Boban is a typical European Latin pie No. 10, which is more suitable for a team like Milan. The technique, the ball and the score are better. The slightest deficiency is the lack of personal scoring ability. .It is the foreigner who has won the most honors on behalf of the team in AC Milan history. 4 Serie A titles, 3 Italian Super Cups, 1 European Champions Cup, 1 European Super Cup.
Seventh place: Redondo
Redondo was Argentina’s number one midfielder in the 1990s. He was not only able to complete defensive tasks, but also to play on the field When it comes to the overall role of scheduling, his appearance reinterprets the concept of the position of the midfielder. With a strong body and long flowing hair, Redondo fully interprets the positioning of the "artistic midfielder".
Sixth place: Valderrama
Baldrama has a famous nickname: Golden Retriever Lion. As the leader of the Colombian team in the 1990s, his offensive combination with Asprira and Madman goalkeeper Iquita attracted the attention of fans all over the world. Valderrama played the position of the classic midfielder to the fullest, dribbling, organizing, passing, shooting, and positioning, all of which are good at.
Free kick master, excellent long pass Nicknamed "Maradona of the Carpathians" and "Midfield Conspirator", his imagination on the court makes opposing defenders and goalkeepers miserable, and his scoring ability is among the top midfield players. The absolute core of the national team, the weird lob shot at the 1994 World Cup in the United States has been talked about by fans.
Fourth place: Riquelme
Riquelme, who has superb skills, broad vision and accurate passing, is called the last classical midfielder. Fans praised Riquelme with "can dance on stamps". His scalpel-like passing is his signature action, which has been remembered by many fans. After Riquelme, the classical midfielder disappeared.
Third place: Zidane
Zinedine Zidane’s Marseille back transfer opponent is dazzling, his football dance is pleasing to the fans, and his heavenly flying fairy amazes the world. He is an artist in the world of football. Qi Zu’s short biography is accurate and the rhythm is well controlled., Free kicks, penalty kicks, headers, everything, he can score in any way. Every time I hear the thrilling "Cup of Life", I think of the hot summer in France. In that summer, the 26-year-old Zidane wrote his first story in the World Cup. In the summer of 1998, he used two headers to announce the advent of the era of masters in his hometown; in the summer of 2006, he also announced the end of the era of masters with his head. The lonely figure became his swan song in the World Cup.
Second place: Pirlo
When transformed into After the defensive midfielder, Pirlo's football talent has been fully inspired, excellent overall view, accurate mid-range passing, and ability to control the rhythm of the game to the greatest extent, which makes him the best recognized in the world. One of the midfield masters. When the UEFA commissioner won the UEFA Champions League in 2007, AC Milan had this comment: "Milan's midfielder is like a perfect machine. Gattuso is a piece of sandpaper, Seedorf is the lubricant, and Kaka is the assault hammer. Pirlo? He is three in one...". He redefined the midfielder, he changed the history of football, he won the World Cup, two Champions League, he is the embodiment of art!
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put Rui Costa first, It's entirely my personal preference. Because Florence in the 1990s is my favorite.
Fans who have been fortunate enough to experience the Chiao era in Serie A, no matter how many years have passed, they will also think of Viola that year. God of War is omnipotent, Chiesa is erratic like a ghost, Edmund is like a beast. Open rightAt the door of the hand, Rui Costa danced a dreamlike dance, sending out a lore. Even if the transfer to Milan, the master has no shortage of classics. He is a magician. Sometimes you think he can shoot, but he will tear the opponent's defense with a light pass. Sometimes he thinks he should pass the ball, but the enemy can only be painful with a move, such as 2004 Long shot against England in 1988. Rui Costa's tragedy is that, no matter when, he always fights a person whose reputation and status are higher than himself. When we talk about the golden generation, we always think of Figo's name first. When we talk about Viola, we think of Batty. In Milan, he met Kaka again. It can be described as untimely! But this can't affect Rui Costa's status as a master, and Rui Costa is irreplaceable in the hearts of the older generation of Viola fans.
Since the 1990s, many talented midfielders have emerged. HeOur wonderful performances on the stadium made the fans remember their names: Rivaldo, Gascoigne, Grand Laudrup, Okocha, Stojkovic, Rijkaard, Gullit , Leonardo, Harvey, Effenberg, Belleron, Gerrard, Lampard, Pogba, De Bruyne...