Top 10 Athletes in the  21 century

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Luis Suarez


Suarez improved even more at Barcelona, where his 198 goals helped the club win four league championships and the Champions League in 2015.

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When Kaká was named the best player in the world by Ballon d'Or voters in 2007, there would be a larger prize in the form of the Champions League.

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Manuel Neuer


In Neuer's career, there have been occasions when he appeared more like a sweeper than a custodian. For an increasing number of coaches, his World Cup 2014 performance against Algeria is still a high moment.

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Thierry Henry


Between 2001 and 2006, the Frenchman had five straight seasons with at least 30 goals. He created opportunities as well as took advantage of them, tallying 226 goals in total while wearing an Arsenal jersey.

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Zinedine Zidane


Zidane, who won Player of the Tournament at Euro 2000, aimed to advance as he entered the new millennium. Real Madrid gleefully smashed the transfer record to acquire him in 2001 after he played one final season for Juventus.

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In the middle of the 2000s, he was the best player in the world. Ronaldinho helped Barcelona win the Champions League by scoring 50 goals in attacking midfield between the seasons 2005–06 and 2006–07.

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Xavi wasn't extremely powerful, quick, or strong. He didn't make many goals, and he also didn't make many tackles. However, the Spanish midfielder is among the best to ever play the position and is a true maestro of the pass.

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Andres Iniesta


Iniesta's senior career saw him score fewer than 100 goals, but the bare stats don't do him justice. With his 360-degree vision, pinpoint passing, and brilliant footwork, Iniesta was a big-game player who stood out when it counted.

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Cristiano Ronaldo


Ronaldo started out as a dazzling but erratic winger. He started to develop into a deadly centre striker at Old Trafford under the guidance of Alex Ferguson, who helped the Portuguese score 42 goals in a standout 2007–08 season.

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Lionel Messi


24 major championships, seven Ballon d'Or awards for club and country, and 809 goals (and counting). Even still, these astounding numbers don't provide the complete picture.

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