E n football, as in all areas of life, there are left-handed and right-handed who demonstrate different abilities with their legs both on one side and the other. Throughout history all kinds of players have stood out but in the beautiful game they have always distinguished themselves: on the one hand the left-handed and on the other the right-handed. On the International Left-Handed Day which has been celebrated on August 13 since 1976, we highlighted 22 players (eleven right-handed and eleven left-handed) in a historical virtual match between left-handed and right-handed.
On the one hand, the right-handed team would be made up of the Italian goalkeeper Buffon ; the defensive line would be made up of Cafu, Baresi, and Beckenbauer ; the middle of the field would be the place for Mauro Silva, Pele, Platini and Zidane and they would close the team in the most offensive part Cristiano, Cruyff and Di Stefano a trident from different times that adds 1,408 goals.
The left-handed team will play opposite, which will be defended by Casillas who announced his retirement a few days ago, in the goal; a line of three behind with Faccheti, Passarella and Roberto Carlos ; the core will be the site of Redondo, Puskas and Bobby Charlton; from the midfielder the Argentines Messi and Maradona and the Brazilian Rivelino will close, and the Mexican will close this eleven Hugo Sánchez, who will be responsible for adding the goals for this team together with the Argentine stars Messi and Maradona who come to add the indecent amount of 1,264 goals between the three.
Many of these players are ambidextrous and in matches they show their quality with both legs. However, each and every one of them dominates one leg more than the other and if with 'the bad one' they do very well with 'the good one' they do it perfectly. In the end, it is two galactic eleven that it would be very difficult to predict a result between both teams.
A virtual duel that faces great players to see who is the dominating leg in football and to silence or not the dominance of the right-handers in life and in the world of sport in this case in soccer, which has been in the air for so long and has not yet been resolved.