Michel Platini, a football great, faced controversies, but let's remember his 1984 triumph, leading France to victory with a record-breaking nine goals. A true UEFA Euro legend.
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Zinedine Zidane, Euro 2000 maestro, led France to victory with remarkable skills. His iconic free-kick and decisive penalty solidified him as a UEFA Euro legend.
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Andres Iniesta and Xavi fueled Spain's back-to-back Euro triumphs in 2008 and 2012. Key to the Tiki Taka style of play, their records make them UEFA Euro legends.
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Cristiano Ronaldo, a modern football icon, eyes more glory at 39. With 2 Euro finals and 14 goals, he's the all-time top scorer, showcasing remarkable longevity and goal-scoring prowess.
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UEFA Euro legends, despite controversies, left an indelible mark. As we await the 17th edition, we hope for new heroes to follow in their iconic footsteps.
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