1. Hitoshi Nakata
He is a legend of Korean football playing the most successful in Europe during the transition period between ancient football and modern football. He was the first Asian player to win the Scuetto and the Italian Cup in As Roma, he was the player who scored 2 goals against Juventus to help Roma win the Seria championship that year.
He was the player who won the “Asian Golden Ball” award for two consecutive years, 1997 and 1998. He is one of two Asian players named in FiFa’s Top 100 list.
2. Park J sung
Pank was perhaps the most successful Asian player in Europe, the Korean player known to the fans during the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, in that year’s tournament. Park played very impressively and helped Korea reach the 4th position. He then went to PSV Eindhoven and played very impressed by helping this team win the Dutch national championship in 2004/2005. He also composed PSV fans to create a song for himself.
If PSV is the place to nurture Park, give him his first experience playing in Europe, then Manchester United with the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson is the place where his career development has reached the peak when he has Get all the honorable titles from domestic to continental club. He is a rarity for an Asian player to get this.
In Sir Alex’s squad, Pank is a strategic weapon, a “strange wind from the East” in each specific match. This is because Sir Alex recognizes his strong points about hard work, full fitness, and availability at every hot spot on the pitch. He plays mainly as a central midfielder but when needed he can play as a striker and become a virtual striker at any time. Along with MU he has 15 titles big and small in 7 football seasons sticking. Including up to 4 Premier League titles along with 1 championship Champions League prestigious. In the 2010/2011 season, he was the first Asian player to officially play in a Champions League final, even though that match of MU lost 1-3 to the mighty Barcelona.