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68. Ronaldo Luís Nazário. Popularly dubbed "the phenomenon", he is considered by experts and fans to be one of the greatest football players of all time. Barca: 1996-1997, 34 goals in 37 appearances.

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Barcelone - Inter Milan : Lionel Messi

Ronaldo Luís Nazário, born 18 September 1976, commonly known as Ronaldo, Brazilian striker. Popularly dubbed "the phenomenon", Considered by many one of the best strikers of all time, in 2007 he was named in the greatest ever starting eleven by France Football magazine. Cruzeiro (1993–1994), PSV Eindhoven (1984-1996), FC Barcelona (1996-1997, 34 goals, 37 appearances), Inter Milan (1997–2002), Real Madrid (2002-2007), AC Milan (2007-2008), Corinthians (2009-2011). He won the Ballon d'Or…

Ronaldo Luís Nazário, born 18 September 1976, commonly known as Ronaldo, Brazilian striker. Popularly dubbed "the phenomenon", Considered by many one of the best strikers of all time, in 2007 he was named in the greatest ever starting eleven by France Football magazine. Cruzeiro (1993–1994), PSV Eindhoven (1984-1996), FC Barcelona (1996-1997, 34 goals, 37 appearances), Inter Milan (1997–2002), Real Madrid (2002-2007), AC Milan (2007-2008), Corinthians (2009-2011). He won the Ballon d'Or…

Ronaldo Luís Nazário, born 18 September 1976, commonly known as Ronaldo, Brazilian striker. Popularly dubbed "the phenomenon", Considered by many one of the best strikers of all time, in 2007 he was named in the greatest ever starting eleven by France Football magazine. Cruzeiro (1993–1994), PSV Eindhoven (1984-1996), FC Barcelona (1996-1997, 34 goals, 37 appearances), Inter Milan (1997–2002), Real Madrid (2002-2007), AC Milan (2007-2008), Corinthians (2009-2011). He won the Ballon d'Or…