We are as of now past the end-mark of season 2017-18 subsequent to seeing a decent amount of fervours, frustrations, joys and distresses. Running from Ronaldo's drop in shape to the ascent of Kevin De Bruyne, this season is ending up being similarly invigorating as the last one.

That being stated, how about we view the ten best players in the world at the moment.

#1 Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus, Portugal)
Cristiano Ronaldo stands at the simple same dimension (if not above) of Lionel Messi. Ronaldo has accomplished something that no other player would ever do before with Real Madrid.

Despite the fact that everybody in the Los Blancos squad must be given acknowledgement for what the group has accomplished, Ronaldo has been the key factor in every last bit of it. In his vocation at Madrid, Ronaldo has a sum of 450 goals and 119 assists.

#2 Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona, Argentina)

Lionel Messi is the player who needs no introduction. He has been the best player in the history of FC Barcelona and many consider him as the greatest of all time. Messi has created a legacy that no other player will be able to do for a long time.

With more than 470 goals and 170 assists for FC Barcelona, Lionel Messi has left nothing to conquer at club level. He has won every possible trophy in Spain (on several occasions).

He was also a crucial part of Barcelona's treble-winning squad in 2015 having scored more than 50 goals. The list of achievements is huge in the case of Messi and it doesn't seem like he has any intention to slow down.

With all the great accolades under Messi's name, one major miss is an international trophy with his country Argentina.

#3 Luka Modric (Real Madrid, Croatia)

From being cast a ballot as the "Worst Signing of the Season" in La Liga 2012/13 season to being cast a ballot as UEFA's Player of the Year 2017/18, Luka Modric has achieved some real accomplishment in his struggling voyage.

Modric has improved a great deal as a player since he joined Los Blancos under Jose Mourinho. As far as goals or assist, Modric probably won't have the best details for a midfielder. Be that as it may, this just demonstrates his unselfishness towards the diversion.

Modric is outstanding amongst other inventive midfielders on the planet at this moment. His partnership with Toni Kroos has proven to be the most commanding one in world football. Modric has had a normal of 1.5 key passes per coordinate with a precision of over 83%.

This mid-year, Luka Modric took his status from best to a record-breaking legend. Modric captained his nation Croatia to the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018. This undertaking appeared to be impossible on paper however they still by one way or another figured out how to pull it off.

Croatia's squad isn't the most youthful so it was difficult for them to keep up the physicality all through the competition.

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Top 3 soccer player in 2018