Who is the king of header in football?
1. Javier Hernandez – 5ft7in. Despite only standing at just 5ft7in, Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has one of the most unorthodox techniques for heading a football.
Ronald has registered the most headed goals in the 21st century with 112 goals coming off his head. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has always been a big threat in the air and has scored 29 game-winning goals through headers. Luuk de Jong is the second player with the most headed goals in the 21st century.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo. Not only is Ronaldo the unbeaten number 1 footballer in the world, but he is also the world's highest header, with his highest jump recorded at 2.93m. Out of his record-breaking 112 headshots, 29 were game-winning shots.
He is without a doubt unparalleled in air with his strong build and jumping ability that takes him to sky. CR7 is definitely the best header in the last 10 years making him quite a difficult opponent for defenders to control.
Argentine superstar Lionel Messi is regarded as the king of dribbling skills in football. Messi has won the Ballon d'Or for being the best footballer in the world over a calendar year seven times over the course of his career, which is the most in the history of world football.
#1 Neymar Jr.
Neymar Jr. has managed to make almost every single attacker who has played alongside him look good. This is, in no short part, thanks to his incredible vision on the football pitch.
Poul Nielsen became the first player to score 8 international hat-tricks on 2 October 1921 in Denmark's 3–1 victory over Norway. His record lasted for 11 years. Lionel Messi became the second player to score 8 international hat-tricks on 5 June 2022 in Argentina's 5–0 victory over Estonia.
She displays what a club wants to display,” former Barcelona great Andres Iniesta said. Apart from these players, Neymar Jr., Zinedine Zidane, Pele, Johan Cryuff and Garrincha are also considered among football's classic dribblers.
Alan Shearer scored 11 Premier League hat-tricks for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
#1 Juninho Pernambucano
He is inarguably the greatest and most dynamic free-kick taker of all time. Juninho was always skilled at free-kicks and he consistently managed to figure out ways to find the back of the net no matter where he was taking them from.
Who is the world best player?
#1. Lionel Messi (PSG & Argentina) (Total Football Goals: 804) 18 Dec. 2022.
#1 Erling Halaand (Norway/Manchester City)
He has scored three hat-tricks in his first eight Premier League appearances and is simply unstoppable inside the penalty area. Haaland's movement, athleticism and link-up play are all exemplary and his finishing is world-class.
This style is most evident in the aerial duels, of which Ronaldo has won 737 in the league and Champions League since the 2009-10 season. Messi has won just 114. Similarly, Ronaldo has scored 141 goals from headers in his career, while Messi has found the back of the net with his head on only 26 times.
Lionel Messi's goals by body-part:
Haaland has scored 11 times in eight games so far this season, using his head twice. Pre-2021/22, only two of 57 efforts in 59 Dortmund appearances were headers.
Ronaldo has scored 442 of his 700 goals for club and country with his right foot, 127 with his head and 129 with his left foot. Further, his goals include 113 penalties and 55 free-kicks.