4. Ronaldo

Had Ronaldo not suffered from a couple of career-threatening injuries around the turn of the century, the Brazil legend could have gone down in history as the best player of all time.

His performances for Barcelona, in particular, during the 1996/97 campaign were just breathtakingly good.

He combined unbelievable pace with power and skills that you would only usually see performed on computer games.

It’s a shame that he couldn’t sustain that level of performance for longer, but for periods of his career he was unstoppable.