Guardian’s ‘TOP 100’ announcement begins, ‘scoring king’ Son Heung-min, the highest ranking ever?… Ronaldo fell from 51st place

 The Guardian, a leading British magazine, has begun announcing the ‘100 Best Footballers of 2022’.

‘Guardian’ selects the top 100 world soccer players who performed the best every year. As the influence of the media called ‘Guardian’ is great, the players on this list are tantamount to receiving certain notarization. It is an indicator that can measure the best players in existence.

‘Guardian’ announced the list of 100 people sequentially, and announced the list from 100th to 41st as of the 25th (Korean time). 스포츠토토

In terms of key players, Darwin Núñez (Liverpool) ranked 82nd, Hugo Lloris (Tottenham) ranked 76th, Richarlison (Tottenham) ranked 61st, and Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) ranked 58th.

The most notable in this ranking is Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr). He was rated as the greatest player of all time, but in 2022 he fell to 51st. It fell 43 places from 8th place last year.

Above Ronaldo, Cody Gakpo (Liverpool) was named 50th, and Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich) was selected as 41st.

As the ‘Guardian’ TOP 100 announcement begins, attention is also focused on Son Heung-min (Tottenham)’s ranking. This is because the highest ranking ever in 2022 is expected. Son Heung-min rose vertically from 78th in 2018 to 19th in 2019. It was the highest ranking in Asia.

Then, with the ranking falling from 22nd in 2020 to 39th in 2021, a great reversal occurred. This is because Son Heung-min scored 23 goals last season and became the first Asian to become the top scorer in the English Premier League. The top scorer in the big leagues has no choice but to have a big impact on the ‘Guardian’ TOP 100. There is a high possibility that the highest ranking of all time will come out.

The dominant prospect is that Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain), who won the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, will take first place.

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