Three World Cups and ten goals are what Batistuta will always be thanked for. He is the pride of the Argentinian soccer world and is the only soccer player in history to score two hat-tricks in different World Cups.
He played professionally until 2005 and then retired completely. Spending most of his time in Australia, he has a construction company and a number of farms that he runs.
John Terry played for England in two World Cups. Until today, he is considered the best soccer player Chelsea ever knew. Before that, he played for Aston Villa and Chelsea.
Up until 2021, John Terry was the assistant manager for Aston Villa. These days, he is contributing his talent to developing the future generation of Chelsea as a coaching consultant.
The Spanish Iniesta rose to greatness while captaining the youth Barcelona team, and in 2002 he was already part of Barcelona FC. In the 2010 world cup, he became the star of the tournament when he scored a goal in the last minute during extra time.
In 2018, he signed on with the Japanese Vissel Kobe club, and although he wishes t return to his Catalan team, the end of his career is just around the corner.
Franck Ribéry was a left-side winger known for his speed, precise passing, and unique style. Over his career, he played for Olympique de Marseille, Bayern Munich, Fiorentina, and Salernit and appeared in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
He is considered one of the best dribblers on the field and had often been referred to as the "jewel of French football". These days he is still part of Salernitana and holds the position of a technical collaborator.
The Italian Roberto Baggio is obviously known for his great soccer moves on the field, however, he is also known for his unique hairstyle. He played for Italy in 1990, 1998, and the never forgotten 1994 games where Italy reached the finals and lost to Brazil.
After a career with Juventus, Bologna, and Inter Milan, Baggio didn't proceed to management like many other players. He ended his soccer days in 2004 after more than 30 years on the field.