Top 10 Best Football Defender In The World-Talking about the world-class defender, of the Italian warehouse. But, is the best defender of all time also came from Italy? Not necessarily. Ten times the sum that matches the name entered as the world's best defender-defender.

As always, individual achievements, club and country must be a primary consideration. Here are the best choice from number one to number ten :

1. Franz Beckenbauer (Germany)

Italy may have contributed a lot of names in this list. But, nothing is more worthy of being at the top instead of "The Emperor". The proof, many players who feel proud when compared with it.

In addition to a multitude of trophies in his collection, the genius that made ​​him a figure that is difficult to forget. Lunge in the field is very elegant. More than that, he was the leading minds who brought revolution in the football world by creating an attacking libero role. Previously, no one ever thought that a sweeper is also necessary to move forward to help the assault, let alone score a goal. Beckenbauer created this tactic, and make it part of modern football.

2. Paolo Maldini (Italy)

He is not only great because it has a great loyalty to his club, AC Milan. More than that, he was the most accomplished defender.

Together with Milan, he won the Scudetto seven and five Champions League titles. As a player the most appearances for the Italian national team, he also became his regular customers the best player throughout his career.

No less than Lilian Thuram never admit to it seems. The only drawback is he never felt the World Cup champion.

3. Bobby Moore (England)

Quiet defender, Moore much praised for his ability to read and anticipate the movement direction of the game opponents. He was not a defender who only rely on hard Dachshund.

Pele called it the most honest defender who never resisted. On May 29, 1963, he accepted the England captain's armband when the new age of 22 years, and became England's youngest captain of the senior team of all time. His greatest accomplishment was to bring England to win the 1966 World Cup.

4. Franco Baresi (Italy)

Baresi escort the last line of AC Milan in the future by many observers as having four best defender in history, that he himself, Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Costacurta and Mauro Tassotti. He also spent his entire career at AC Milan with 532 matches.

He collected six Scudetto, three European Cups and the 1982 World Cup, even if only as a backup. Paolo Maldini lot of studying with him, and even then his career progression similar to Baresi.

When later he was hanging up his boots, Milan decided to hold back number 6, which always wore, an award that is rarely performed in Italy.

5. Lilian Thuram (France)

The most successful French defender, with a collection of various trophies from four clubs in three countries and two international titles with the French national team. Ability to read the play and put themselves in the field makes it different from most defenders.

He has appeared in 142 games for the French, which makes the player who most often inherited. Despite not getting enough praise when compared to other French stars such as Zinedine Zidane and Theirry Henry, his role in the national team is no less important. He helped France win the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000.

6. Roberto Carlos (Brazil)

Roberto Carlos appeared in three World Cups with Brazil. In addition to bringing his team to the finals in 1998, he also became a key player when Brazil won four years later.

Contribution as a free-kick executioner also not be underestimated, including the June 3, 1997, when he scored from a distance of 35 m against the French. At Real Madrid, he won four La Liga titles, three League Cups and two Intercontinental.

He also was one of six players who perform more than one hundred times in the Champions League. Pele put it in the list of 125 greatest footballers of all time in March 2004. He also gained recognition as an international football legend, given the Golden Foot Award 2008.

7. Fabio Cannavaro (Italy)

Italy captain is the first defender was crowned FIFA World Player of the after Italy won the World Cup in 2006.

In the same year, he also won the European Footballer, and twice voted FIFPro World XI in the army, namely in 2005/06 and 2006/07.

Unfortunately, though never won La Liga twice with Real Madrid, he has never won in Serie A.

8. Lothar Matthaus (Germany)

Matthaus playing as defender when he had penetrated her 30s. Previously he has more in midfield.

Yet wherever he played, Maradona called it the toughest rivals. And why not? No less than seven Bundesliga titles never be his, coupled with three German Cups, a crown of Serie A, two UEFA Cups, one European Championship, as well as the World Cup.

German football community menobatkannya become the best player in 1990 and 1999, and FIFA did not hesitate to give the title to her 1991 world's best players. Unfortunately his career as a coach is not brilliant as it is. He was fired from the Hungarian national team and Red Bull Salzburg.

9. Giacinto Facchetti (Italy)

Although his career began as a front player, Facchetti later becoming one of the most effective defender in the history of Italian football.

The series title in the collection include the Scudetto in 1963, 1965, 1966, and 1971; Coppa Italia 1978; European Champions Club Cup (now Champions League) in 1964 and 1965 Intercontinental Cup 1964 and 1965, and winner of Euro 1968. Best of all, his club won the title with one club, that is Inter Milan. No wonder that Pele put it in the FIFA 100 list.

10. Daniel Passarella (Argentina)

This versatile player from Argentina. Experts survive and attack, and help create opportunities for his teammates, as well as a clean sweep effort his opponents. He is also known to be effective in the execution of penalties and free kicks. With 134 goals in 451 games, he had a record as the most thirst-back goals of all time. However, the same record in Serie A Italy remains a possession today. He is often compared with Beckenbauer.

The most notable achievement is two-time world champion with Argentina, namely in 1978 and 1986. He also won the Premier League four times with Argentina for River Plate.

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