Football is currently one of the most popular team sports in the world, and it features some of the best athletes.
However, in team sports, cooperation is crucial if a team is to succeed. When it comes to displaying teamwork in football, some trios set the bar high. The top 12 trios that collaborated to win trophies will be examined today.
12. David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, and Paul Scholes
These men are legends at Manchester United. They were among the best footballers because, while they were each very talented on their own, when they worked as a team, they were unstoppable.
In competitive matches, these three consistently exhibit class and exert effort. They exhibit class even while training.
The trio included Paul Scholes, the best passer in England during his playing career, Ryan Giggs, who was known for being a very quick player, and David Beckham, who was skilled at putting in quality crosses. Paul Scholes attempts quality passes. They represented Manchester United's top group of midfielders.
Many of the trophies won by Manchester United were the result of the hard work and skills of these three. They won the EPL treble in 1999, the UEFA Champions League, and also the FA Cup.
11. Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto’o, Thierry Henry
Barcelona had historically possessed the top goal scorers. Messi, Thierry Henry, and Eto'o These had talent and Pep Guardiola, a fantastic coach, was supporting them. Messi, the smallest of the three, was in his prime and felt honored to be with Thierry Henry, one of France's greatest players. Samuel Eto'o was another outstanding athlete.
These three acquire the Blaugrana and a European legacy. They became superior to other players as a result. The trio contributed to FC Barcelona's 2008 Copa del Rey, La Liga, and UEFA Champions League victories.
10. Alfredo Di Stefano, Francisco Gento, Ferenc Puskas
In the 1950s, these players helped Real Madrid become so unbeatable. One of the most valuable football clubs is Real Madrid.
By winning six European Cup trophies, Gento has broken a record. In addition, he is the first and sole player to have done so. One of the top goal scorers in the UEFA Champions League is also known as Stefano. Puskas won ten national championships (five in Hungary and five in Spain's Primera División), three European Cups (1959, 1960, 1966), and eight of the top individual scoring awards. Because of Ferenc Puskas' excellence, an award bearing his name—the Puskas award—was created in his honor.
9. Omar Sivori, John Charles, and Giampiero Boniperti
One of the top teams and one of the oldest in football history is Juventus. Although they have produced excellent players, none of them can compare to these three. One of the best attacking trios of their generation was these guys. Up until these three joined the team in 1957, their club, Juventus, had bad luck. These players have captured three Serie A championships and two Italian Cups. The trio elevated their club to one of Europe's powerhouses. These three were known as "El Trio Magico" and "the jewel trio of Juventus' old lady."
8. Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane
One of the best trios in modern football was thought to be this group of individuals. Jurgen Klopp, a fantastic coach, was also on their side. These strikers had the ability to get past defenders.
In four seasons, these guys have scored 250 goals. They helped Liverpool win the English Premier League, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA World Club Cup.
7. Pele, Jairzinho, Tostao
Pele, Jairzinho, and Tostao made Brazil's national football team one of the best in the 1970s.
The trio was the best in the annals of the World Cup. Pele, who may have scored 14 goals during the World Cup, may have assisted on some of Brazil's 19 goals.
6. Xavi, Andreas Iniesta, and Sergio Busquets
These were undoubtedly among Barcelona's top trios. At that time, the three had the most supporters. The trio initiates the tiki-taka style of play. They had clear vision and taught others skills. Additionally, they assisted Barcelona in winning the treble in 2008 and the UEFA Champions League in 2015.
5. George Best, Denis Law, and Bobby Charlton
The "Holy Trinity" was the moniker given to these athletes. Even a statue has been erected in front of Old Trafford, their stadium. These players rank among Manchester United's all-time best players.
All three of these contributed to Manchester United becoming the first English club to win the European Cup in 1968. The Ballon d'Or has been won by the trio of them.
4. Rivaldo, Ronaldo, and Ronaldinho
The three R's were their moniker. They were yet another effective attacking trio that the Brazilian national team put together.
Each of these guys is excellent. They won the World Cup in 2002. They won the Copa America in 1999 thanks to their 11 goals in six games.
In one instance, they managed 15 goals in just seven games. The top free-kick takers were Rivaldo and
3. Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale
They went by the moniker "BBC." The trio they formed was the second-best in La Liga history. Each of them stood out greatly. They contributed to Real Madrid's 97 total goals scored in 2014. They were also a major factor in Real Madrid's four consecutive UEFA Champions League victories.
2. Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and Neymar Jr
They share the moniker "MSN" with the BBC. From 2014 to 2017, this trio was the best in La Liga history. They outperformed Madrid's trio by 25 goals in 2015, scoring 122 goals. They also took home the Champions League and World Club Cup trophies, along with two La Liga championships.
1. Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit, and Frank Rijkaard
The trio of men is the best in the history of soccer. They serve as the best example of cooperation and harmony.
These men gave their all to help AC Milan win three Serie A trophies, two UEFA Champions League trophies, and two European Super Cups. They also established a record by going 58 games without losing in all competitions.
One of the greatest Dutch players was acknowledged to be Gullit. One of the best midfielders of his era was Rijkaard. Van Basten had a precise finishing touch.
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