Who is the best player to be born on March 21?

March 21 marks a special day in the footballing calendar with a whole host of legends celebrating their birthdays.

Ronaldinho is one of the greats enjoying his birthday today, turning 39-years-old.

The Brazilian superstar was an icon at multiple clubs and for his country, winning the FIFA World Cup with Brazil in 2002.

Moving from Grêmio to PSG in 2001, Ronaldinho made a name for himself at the Parisian club, bamboozling defenders and scoring incredible goals.

His form didn’t go unnoticed, signing for FC Barcelona in 2003 and going on to win the UEFA Champions League in 2006.

During his five years at the club, Ronaldinho played 207 times scoring 94 goals including a stunning effort against Chelsea in 2005.

Another Barça legend celebrating their birthday today is Ronald Koeman.

The Dutch defender is 56-years-old and is now manager of the Netherlands national team.

Like Ronaldinho, Koeman had a penchant for a free-kick, leathering the ball into any corner he chose on a regular basis.

Koeman spent six years at the Catalan giants, winning the Champions League and four LaLiga titles, scoring 88 goals in the process.

Jordi Alba is the third Barça hero to become a year older as the Spanish international turns 30.

The defender has enjoyed some sensational moments since moving to Barça in 2012, winning the Champions League in 2012 as well as four LaLiga’s.

Alba has helped provide some iconic moments in FC Barcelona’s recent history, including setting up Lionel Messi’s dramatic stoppage time winner over Real Madrid in 2017.

Lothar Matthäus is an FC Bayern Munich icon and is revered amongst the fans of the Bavarian club.

Matthäus, who is 58 today, first joined FC Bayern in 1984 before leaving for Inter in 1988.

But the versatile player made a return in 1992, going on to win four further Bundesliga titles as well as the UEFA Cup in 1996.

Who is the best player to be born on March 21?

March 21 marks a special day in the footballing calendar with a whole host of legends celebrating their birthdays.

Ronaldinho is one of the greats enjoying his birthday today, turning 39-years-old.

The Brazilian superstar was an icon at multiple clubs and for his country, winning the FIFA World Cup with Brazil in 2002.

Moving from Grêmio to PSG in 2001, Ronaldinho made a name for himself at the Parisian club, bamboozling defenders and scoring incredible goals.

His form didn’t go unnoticed, signing for FC Barcelona in 2003 and going on to win the UEFA Champions League in 2006.

During his five years at the club, Ronaldinho played 207 times scoring 94 goals including a stunning effort against Chelsea in 2005.

Another Barça legend celebrating their birthday today is Ronald Koeman.

The Dutch defender is 56-years-old and is now manager of the Netherlands national team.

Like Ronaldinho, Koeman had a penchant for a free-kick, leathering the ball into any corner he chose on a regular basis.

Koeman spent six years at the Catalan giants, winning the Champions League and four LaLiga titles, scoring 88 goals in the process.

Jordi Alba is the third Barça hero to become a year older as the Spanish international turns 30.

The defender has enjoyed some sensational moments since moving to Barça in 2012, winning the Champions League in 2012 as well as four LaLiga’s.

Alba has helped provide some iconic moments in FC Barcelona’s recent history, including setting up Lionel Messi’s dramatic stoppage time winner over Real Madrid in 2017.

Lothar Matthäus is an FC Bayern Munich icon and is revered amongst the fans of the Bavarian club.

Matthäus, who is 58 today, first joined FC Bayern in 1984 before leaving for Inter in 1988.

But the versatile player made a return in 1992, going on to win four further Bundesliga titles as well as the UEFA Cup in 1996.