The 1966 World Cup games were the only ones Mozambican Eusebio played in, however, they were the best games he could wish for, with nine goals to his name. He went home that year winning the Golden Boot.
He went on paying for the New Jersey Americans and Las Vegas Quicksilvers. In 2014, he passed away at the age of 71 with no one ever taking his title away.
Frank Lampard played for England in the 2006, 2010, and 2014 World Cups. He took his first footsteps in soccer playing for West Ham. Just one year later he brought the team to success, coming fifth in the Premier League.
These days, he is the manager of Everton, one of the premier league teams. Lampard is also known as one of the most impressive penalty-takers, with nine goals to his name.
This Brazilian superstar is known for his outstanding achievements on the soccer field. Out of 553 appearances in his career, he scored 249 goals. He played in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups.
Rivaldo contributed his superb talent by playing for many teams, however, he is most recognized in his dazzling yellow uniform while playing for the Brazilian national team. Besides being active on Instagram, Rivaldo doesn't seem to do much these days.
With nine goals in World Cups to his name, Rossi was phenomenal back in the 1970s and 1980s. After being banned from the World Cup games following some illegal issues he was involved in, Rossi returned in 1982, showing everyone what soccer was all about.
He ended his career in 1987 playing for Hellas Verona F.C., and those were his last soccer days. Rossi died at the early age of 64 after an ongoing battle that he unfortunately lost.
Wesley Sneijder was considered one of the best midfielders the soccer world has ever known. He played for The Netherlands in the 2006, 2010, and 2014 World Cup tournaments and rose to fame wearing the uniforms of Inter Milam, Real Madrid, and Nice. In 2018, the kicker said farewell to soccer.
Unlike many other former soccer players, Wesley didn't turn to coaching or to management and his legend drifted away as if it almost never existed.