We can enumerate several Portuguese footballers who became true idols in their times, presenting a football worthy of making them true legends.

Portuguese football has its historical weight, despite not having a World Cup in its trophy room. Anyone who uses the bonus code Bet365 to bet on the 2022 World Cup will see Cristiano Ronaldo’s team in the third tier of favorites.

However, those who do not give due respect to a team with as much talent as the Portuguese team can take risks, while the return of those who believe in the 2016 European champions will be quite high.

However, making a list with only the 10 best players becomes very difficult and that ‘s why we limit ourselves to choosing the most suitable, but without forgetting to mention some that
could be here such as Fernando Chalana, Paulo Ferreira, Nuno Gomes, Luís Boa Morte, Ricardo Carvalho and many others.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo was born in Funchal in 1985 and at the age of 10 he joined the Clube Desportivo Nacional da Madeira where he was discovered by Sporting Clube de Portugal.

From there, his meteoric career began, being signed in 2003 by Manchester United

In 2009 Cristiano Ronaldo transferred to Real Madrid where he shone intensely. After a short spell at Juventus in Italy, CR7 returns to Manchester United. Cristiano in addition to being a phenomenon in football is an exemplary professional having been elected

the best player in the world 5 times.

Eusébio
Eusébio, the “Black Panther”, was considered by many to be one of the best footballers of all time, even compared to “King Pelé” for his genius

Born in Mozambique, he became a Benfica player where he won numerous awards including 5 Portuguese Cups, 11 national championships and a European title in 1961.

Eusébio won the Golden Ball twice and the Silver Ball 7 times. His skill and technical attributes led him to the Portuguese national team, where he would win third place in the World Championship in England in 1966.

Luís Figo
Figo shone not only at Sporting but also at Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Inter Milan, in addition to having played 127 times for the national team.

Figo’s transfer from Barcelona to Real Madrid in 2002 caused great discomfort in the crowd, but his professionalism eventually made him an idol in both teams.

Figo has an impressive list of trophies, with a Portuguese Cup, 4 Spanish championships, a UEFA Champions League, a European Supercup, a Cup Winners’ Cup, an Intercontinental Cup, an Italian Cup, 3 Italian Supercups and 4 Italian championships.

Rui Costa
Rui Costa started his career at Benfica in the 1990s, later moving to Fiorentina and then to Milan, where he won the 2003 Champions League. Later Rui Costa returned to Benfica and in 2008 ended his brilliant career.

Pauleta
Pauleta arrived at Estoril and proved to be a born scorer, with a lot of technique and vision of the game. Then he went to Spanish football through Salamanca, La Coruña and later to Bordeaux in France.

Ali Pauleta after a quick adaptation showed his full potential scoring almost 100 goals from 2000 to 2002. In 2003 he went to Paris Saint Germain where in his first season he scored 23 goals in 42 games. Pauleta ended his football career as an idol at PSG.