Pele Will be Remembered as The Greatest of All Time!


The legendary footballer Pele passed away at the age of 82 last night!



“O Rei” was born in Tres Coracoes, Brazil, on October 23, 1940.

The three-time World Cup champion had been hospitalized since early December due to ongoing health issues.

As his son Edinho told Globoesporte in early February, “He is pretty vulnerable in movement.”

His hip was replaced, but he was not given proper follow-up care. Therefore, “he has this mobility problem, which makes him despair.”

Career Overview Of The Great Legend, PELE

Pele’s career will be remembered for its highlight reel of incredible plays, goals, and championships.

On November 19, 1969, he reached the 1,000-goal milestone for Santos in a game against Vasco da Gama.

I guarantee you, Waldemar de Brito, that this youngster will one day lead all football players to glory.

When Pele was just 15 years old, he made his professional debut for Santos on September 7, 1956, against Cubatao and promptly scored the game-winning goal.

The teenager’s debut with the Brazilian national team came a little over a year later.

On July 7, 1957, against Argentina, he scored again at the Maracana. The Selecao eventually won the game 2-1, but only after he had to change his goal.

Pele was spotted by Waldemar de Brito, who predicted that the youngster would one day become the best football player in the world.


The GOAT of World Cup Champions Pele!

Pele, The GOAT Of World Cup Champions made his debut in the tournament at 17 in 1958, when he also set a record as the tournament’s youngest-ever victor. Pele scored twice as Brazil won the championship game against Sweden, 5-2.

When Pele returned to the World Cup four years later, Brazil emerged victorious again.

Despite this, he could only play in two games before his groin injury forced him to the sidelines.

Brazil lost the trophy to England in 1966, but Pele led the Selecao to victory against Italy in Mexico in 1970.

Pele’s final international match was on July 18, 1971, against Yugoslavia.

For his outstanding career, he was honored with the 2013 Ballon d’Or.

Cosmos, Santos, and Retiring

The Brazilian legend played for Santos from 1956 until 1974, scoring 1,087 goals in 1,118 games while helping the team win multiple championships.

After two seasons with the New England Revolution, he transferred to the New York Cosmos in 1975 and scored 64 goals in 68 games.

Then, in 1977, Pele opted to hang up his boots.

REST IN PEACE PELE, The Greatest Of All Time!!
REST IN PEACE PELE, The Greatest Of All Time!!



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