The top 5 Barca legends with no deserving credits and accolades

With no doubt Barca is one of the most popular football team in the world. Also the Camp Nou hosts have a glorious history and their legacy has been shaped by some of the greatest players ever to play for the team. However, not all of them are fully appreciated, and below will be the Top 5 Barcelona legends who do not receive the credit they deserve when they were there.

1. Michael Laudrup


Putting out our list, the first person surely is the legend Michael Laudrup is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time. He had a glorious career winning championships with Ajax, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, and Juventus. He is a versatile midfielder who can also play anywhere on the front lines. Laudrup was part of Johan Cruyff's "Dream Team" in Barcelona.

Of course he won four consecutive La Liga titles between 1991 and 1994 while here. However, the fact that this player moved to rival Real Madrid in 1994 was not very positive for Barca followers. Slightly worse, Laudrup won a fifth consecutive La Liga title in his first season at Real Madrid.

Base on stats from like 225 appearances for Barca in all competitions, the Danish midfielder has scored 54 goals and 16 assists. But despite winning nine titles with the Blaugrana during his five-year spell, Laudrup is hardly ever mentioned among the greats to have played for the club.

2. Sergio Busquets

Mos especially in Spain, football fans will not stop whispering about Andres Iniesta and Xavi. These two midfielders are truly world football's greats, who have us enthralled with their vast range of skills and vision. But both needed someone to set the stage for them and Sergio Busquets played that role perfectly for many years.

We know that Busquets is one of the greatest ball-playing midfielders of all time. He is rarely talked about in the same stature as Iniesta or Xavi although the midfielder deserves it. Busquets has coordinated the depth of play and orchestrated with ease and beauty for the Catalan side for more than a decade now.

Also he is an extraordinary player who has achieved amazing levels of success both nationally and internationally. Busquets has made 676 appearances for the Blaugrana to date. He has won 8 La Liga titles, 3 Champions League titles, 7 Copa del Rey, and 3 FIFA Club World Cups with Barcelona.

3. Pedro


The current Chelsea player, Pedro will go down in history as one of the most underrated strikers of the 21st century. He is a product of La Masia and played an important role for the Catalan side in the process. Pep Guardiola era. Pedro is an outstanding striker who is very neat with his linking play and dribbling. Pedro also understands very well the philosophy and style of play that Guardiola has tried to develop at Barcelona.

Also right after making his debut for the team in 2008, he became a mainstay in the starting line-up for the 2009–10 season. He is not only a technically talented attacker but also a tenacious player who never fails to move in defense. Pedro proved to be the perfect shield for Lionel Messi, who was beginning to establish himself as the greatest player in the world at the time.

With stats, in 321 appearances for the Catalan side, Pedro scored 99 goals and provided 62 assists. The Spaniard won 5 La Liga titles, 3 Champions Leagues and 3 Copa del Rey during his time at Camp Nou. But his name is rarely mentioned when discussing Barcelona's greats of recent times.

4. David Villa


We know he's a legend, David Villa's attacking partnership with Fernando Torres was crucial to Spain's success on the international stage from 2008 to 2012. They won 2 European Championships and 1 World Cup. Cup during that time. Villa enjoyed a successful five-year spell at Valencia before moving to Barcelona in 2010. He formed an incredible attacking trio alongside Messi and Pedro for Guardiola's Barcelona.

And Villa is a respectable factor in attack thanks to his delicate dribbling skills and sharp finishing ability. He won 2 La Liga titles, 1 Champions League title, and 1 Copa del Rey during his 3 years at Camp Nou. In 119 appearances in all competitions for Barcelona, ​​the Spaniard has scored 48 goals and provided 24 assists.

5. Victor Valdes


Talented Keeper Valdes had a rather dismal end to his football career when it was marred by injuries and poor form. However, it would be difficult to pin down his career at its worst as the goalkeeper was simply "special" for Barcelona during his prime.

During the Catalan side's huge success in the early 2000s, Valdez was their first-choice goalkeeper. He rose through the ranks at his club and joined the first team in 2002. Just a year later, Valdez became Camp Nou's No. 1 goalkeeper.

However when we look at it, made a special impression during Pep Guardiola's extremely successful reign as head coach of Barcelona. Valdes has won 6 La Liga titles, 3 Champions League titles, and 2 Copa del Reys. Sure somehow, he didn't get the recognition he deserved despite all the success the goalkeeper has achieved successfully