It’s not easy to tell who is the best footballer in the world, but it is difficult to tell if one is good enough to win an award.
In this case, the question is, who is better than the best?
In this particular article we will take a look at two players who are both great at their craft and who will hopefully help us to determine who is worthy of a Golden Boot, which is something that will be much appreciated by fans and pundits alike.
First up, we have the player who is arguably the best in the league at his position, and he is undoubtedly Sergio Aguero.
This Argentinean is currently at the top of the Premier League and has been for the past four seasons, and has racked up 690 Premier League goals, scoring more than any other player in the Premier Leagues history.
He also has 663 assists, a record that has not been broken since the era of the English Premier League.
There are many who have already said that he is the most important player in Serie A, and while he is not the best player in England, he is one of the best players in the entire world.
With that said, Aguero is far from the only player to be hailed for his contributions to his team’s success.
A lot of people, including some of his rivals, have also called for his induction into the Golden Boot Award.
This would be something that would be a great honour for Aguero and a great way to honour the achievements of his teammates.
With all of that said however, it is not all sunshine and roses for the Argentinean, as he does not have the most illustrious career as a footballer.
The list of other players who have been named the best ever is also rather short.
One player that would have deserved a Golden Head, however, is Diego Maradona.
Maradones career has been legendary in the past and while many will argue that he has no real competition for the honour, Maradone has done an outstanding job of being one of football’s most consistent players over the past 10 years.
With a goal scoring record of 9,664 in 693 league appearances, and an assist record of 12,927 in 588 league appearances for the club, Maradiases reign as the most consistent goal scorer in European football.
Maradias goal scoring is also a testament to his skill as a finisher, as his record of 90 goals in 3,622 appearances is a goal higher than any of the other forwards in the competition.
With the likes of Diego Maradiase and Maradons record, he stands as the best goalscorer in the history of European football, as well as a legend at the game.
As such, Maradrone deserves the honour of being considered the best striker in the game, and it would be fitting for him to be awarded the Golden Ball award, which he has won in five of his eight years of playing.
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