1. Johan Cruyff
Three times Ballon d’Or winner, Johan Cruyff made 48 appearances, netting 33 goals in the orange shirt of the Netherlands national team. His contributions for Dutch football are enormous, both on the club and international level, even though he “only won” the silver medal at the 1974 World Cup and the bronze in the European Championship two years later.
At the 1974 World Cup, Johan Cruyff refused to wear three stripes on Holland's @adidas kit, as he was sponsored by @PUMA. So the Dutch FA had a customised, two stripe kit made specially for him instead. pic.twitter.com/aaKuCFq0uG
— UNILAD Sport (@UNILADFooty) June 11, 2018