Of all the players Pele stood taller


They say every human being is a star sent on earth from the heavens to showcase some kind of genius here, to entertain the people, and to bring them to the awareness that humanity matters.

Pele was born on the 10 of October 1940, his Father who played professional football lost his spark due to an untimely injury and had to quit football, his son though had already learned a lot like ball control and many others.

Edson Arantes do Nascimento was drafted into the National at age 17 the youngest ever to do so even when he was not a regular starter at Santos, the player himself confessed he was surprised by this.

Becoming one of the two joint winners of the FIFA Player of the Century alongside the legendary Maradona, also voted Player of the Century by the International Federation of Football History and statistic (IFFHS), None matches his goal tally of 1,363 games including friendlies and became a Guinness World Record.

Pele played in four World Cups and wore 3 of them, pele thor a cruciate muscle and had to miss out on the 1966 World Cup due to injury after playing only one match, watching the match as Brazil inspired by Garincha eventually claimed the World Cup.

The boy from Barru had conquered the World once more but then in 1970 Pele was at the peak of both his physical and technical prowess, he knew very well it was his last finals, here was Pele playing with everything he had and leading a young Brazilian team.

Source Nationaltelevisiongh.com