Here are the top 10 African Players of all time, enjoy
There are many reasons why Salah is one of the best African players of all time. He has a great record for scoring goals and is a four-time African Player of the Year. He also has the distinction of being the only African player to win the Ballon d’Or. In addition, he is the top scorer in the history of the game. The list is far from complete without the legendary Didier Drogba.
Former Liverpool and Egypt international Mohamed Salah has won the Premier League top scorer’s award twice in his five seasons at Anfield. The Egyptian forward currently leads the chart with 20 goals and is in line to win the Golden Boot this season. Micah Richards has ranked Salah as the best African player in Premier League history. The Liverpool forward has already won the Premier League and FA Cup, and is now the most decorated African player in the Premier League.
George Weah, the president of Liberia and former soccer star, is the only African to have won the coveted ballon d’or award. He won it in 1995, beating out Jurgen Klinsmann and Jari Litmanen. Weah has risen through the ranks, first becoming a politician in Liberia and later becoming the country’s president.
Samuel Eto’o is a former Cameroonian footballer and a two-time winner of the Africa Cup of Nations. He will present the award at the 28th Caf Awards, which will be held in the Egyptian resort city of Hurghada on January 7. Eto’o has been named Africa’s best player four times, sharing that record with Yaya Toure.
Didier Drogba is one of the most powerful sports stars in Africa. The Ivorian has twice been named African Footballer of the Year, scoring 65 goals in 104 international matches. He has also led Cote d’Ivoire to three World Cup finals. This record of excellence is the product of his tireless work in the community and in the sport. Didier Drogba is also one of the most respected and loved African athletes.
One of the greatest footballers of all time was Nigerian striker Yakubu. He played for Portsmouth before moving to the Premier League and scoring 96 Premier League goals between 2003 and 2012. In his career, he also won four African Cup of Nations and two FIFA World Cups. He played for both the England and Nigeria national teams. And he scored at least one goal in every competitive game he played.
Yaya Toure is a French-born former midfielder who won four African Footballer of the Year awards during his career. He was known for his goalscoring instinct, strength and vision. During his first season at Manchester City, he scored 20 goals and helped them to win the league title. However, Toure later experienced relegation with Portsmouth, and after this he left the club and joined Liverpool.
Michael Essien, who played for Ghana in the 2010 World Cup and won the 2012 Champions League, has been named among the top eleven African players of the decade. The decade saw significant moments for African football, including the 2010 World Cup, which was hosted in South Africa, and the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, which will take place in June and July. Essien has won several awards, including the European Champions League title and the FA Cup with Chelsea. He has also won the African Player of the Year award four times in the last decade.
Milla is a Cameroonian legend
The legendary forward has played for Cameroon at the national and international level. He is one of the most experienced forwards in the history of the Cameroon national team. When he played for his country at the 1982 World Cup, he was only thirty years old and was described as the best forward of the team. The team went undefeated in three matches, but failed to win one.