GK - Jorge Campos (5'7"): A Mexican goalkeeper known for his flamboyant style and ability to play as a striker as well, Campos was a two-time World Cup participant and helped Mexico win the CONCACAF Gold Cup twice.
RB - Cafu (5'9"): One of the greatest right-backs of all time, Cafu won the World Cup twice with Brazil and played for top clubs like Roma and AC Milan, earning multiple domestic and international trophies.
CB - Fabio Cannavaro (5'9"): An Italian defender who captained Italy to World Cup glory in 2006, Cannavaro won numerous individual awards during his career and played for top clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus.
CB - Franco Baresi (5'9"): A legendary defender for AC Milan and Italy, Baresi won three European Cups and six Serie A titles during his career, and was known for his exceptional reading of the game and leadership qualities.
LB - Roberto Carlos (5'6"): A Brazilian left-back known for his powerful free-kicks and attacking prowess, Roberto Carlos won three Champions League titles and four La Liga titles with Real Madrid, as well as the World Cup with Brazil.
CM - Luka Modrić (5'6"): A Croatian midfielder who has won numerous individual awards, including the Ballon d'Or, Modrić played a key role in Real Madrid's four Champions League triumphs and helped Croatia reach the World Cup final in 2018.
CM - Andrés Iniesta (5'7"): A Spanish midfield maestro who won the World Cup and two European Championships with Spain, Iniesta also won numerous trophies with Barcelona, including four Champions League titles.
AM - Diego Maradona (5'5"): Widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time, Maradona led Argentina to World Cup glory in 1986 and won numerous individual awards during his career, playing for clubs like Barcelona and Napoli.
LF - Lionel Messi (5'7"): Another all-time great, Messi has won numerous individual awards, including seven Ballon d'Or trophies, and has helped Barcelona win four Champions League titles and ten La Liga titles.
ST - Romario (5'6"): A Brazilian striker who won the World Cup in 1994, Romario scored over 1,000 goals in his career and was known for his clinical finishing and dribbling skills.
RF - Roberto Baggio (5'9"): An Italian forward who won numerous individual awards, including the Ballon d'Or in 1993, Baggio played for top clubs like Juventus and AC Milan and scored some memorable goals during his career.