French goal machine Thierry Henry, Russian keeper Lev Yashin and Argentine wizard-cum-handball-king Diego Maradona are the terrific trio in question, with instant debate set to be triggered by the fact that Maradona's overall (95) is five whole points higher than Henry's (90).
Dazzling Diego scores 88 for Pace, 91 for Shooting, 90 for Passing, 95 for Dribbling, 75 for Physicality, and – no surprise here – 42 for Defending.
Henry – also not exactly famed for his backtracking abilities – also gets a low Defending rating, of 51. Not that you're likely to care with attributes of 90 Pace, 88 Shooting, 87 Dribbling, 85 Passing, 77 Physicality.
Soviet super-stopper Yashin may be the least famous of the three, but that's likely to change once he's thrown into weekend league games between the FIFA elite. He scores a 91 overall, broken down as 93 Diving, 85 Handling, 73 Kicking, 93 Reflexes, 62 Speed, and 92 Position.
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