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Ballon D’or winners who failed to win the champions league

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5. Michael Owen (2001):

LIVERPOOL'S OWEN HOLDS HIS EUROPEAN FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR TROPHY PRIOR TO THE MATCH AGAINST DERBY COUNTY AT ANFIELD. Liverpool's Michael Owen holds his European Footballer Of The Year trophy prior to the match against Derby County in the English premier league at Anfield, April 20, 2002. Liverpool won the match 2-0. REUTERS/Darren Staples NO INTERNET/ONLINE USAGE WITHOUT FAPL LICENCE, FOR DETAILS SEE WWW.FAPLWEB.COM - RTRUT3N

The English striker burst onto the scene at the age of 17 for Liverpool. Owen was an instant hit and was amazing to watch for the Anfield faithful and English football. His peak came in the early 2000s when his agility, impressive pace and a brilliant eye for goal created chaos in the opposition defense. He played famously for Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United and the closes he came to win the Champions League was with United in the 2011 final when they lost to Barcelona.

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FIFA 19: 6 Best Overrated Players in FIFA 19

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Thibaut Courtois (Real Madrid) – 90

The Belgian goalkeeper is undeniably talented, but is he really the equal of Manuel Neuer and Jan Oblak?

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FIFA 19: Top 10 Players Revealed

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10 TONI KROOS

The engine that keeps the dominant Real Madrid machine running, Kroos is multiple ideal midfielders all rolled into one brilliant player. He can fire the ball with pinpoint accuracy anywhere on the pitch with his 89 Passing rating and create space for himself and teammates with his 82 Dribbling rating. Though he’s usually played central and deep, his technique on the ball and 82 Shooting rating make him nearly as dangerous when he finds himself closer to the box.
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FIFA 19: Top 20-11 Players Revealed

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20 SERGIO AGÜERO

Aguero has come up big for Manchester City over the years, scoring crucial goals at some of the club’s most important moments. But even with this history, the experienced Argentine striker remains at the top of his game, able to beat nearly any defender with the ball at his feet (89 Dribbling) and finish even the most impossible-looking chances (89 Shooting) that come his way.
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