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Eusébio da Silva Ferreira dit Eusébio, MPIH • GCIH • GCM, né le 25 janvier 1942 à Lourenço-Marquès, dans le quartier de Mafalala (ancien nom de Maputo, la capitale du Mozambique et ancienne colonie portugaise) et mort le 5 janvier 2014 à Lisbonne, est un footballeur international portugais, qui joue au poste d'attaquant de la fin des années 1950 à la fin des années 1970. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (ur. 25 stycznia 1942 w Lourenço Marques, zm. 5 stycznia 2014 w Lizbonie) – portugalski piłkarz urodzony w stolicy Portugalskiej Afryki Wschodniej (obecnie Mozambik). Środkowy napastnik, nazywany „Czarną Panterą” lub „Czarną Perłą z Mozambiku”. Brązowy medalista i król strzelców (9 bramek) MŚ 66. Zdobywca Złotej Piłki w plebiscycie „France Football” w 1965. Eusébio, voetballersnaam van Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (Lourenço Marques, 25 januari 1942 – Lissabon, 5 januari 2014), was een Portugees voetbalicoon van Mozambikaanse afkomst. Hij stond ook wel bekend als De zwarte parel, De parel van Mozambique of De zwarte panter. Na zijn dood kondigde de Portugese regering drie dagen van nationale rouw af. Hij werd anderhalf jaar na zijn overlijden, naar zijn laatste rustplaats gebracht. Hij is als eerste sportman overgebracht naar het Nationaal Pantheon in Lissabon, waar diverse prominenten begraven liggen. (This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Silva and the second or paternal family name is Ferreira.) Eusébio da Silva Ferreira GCIH, GCM (Portuguese pronunciation: [ewˈzɛβju ðɐ ˈsiɫvɐ fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ]; 25 January 1942 – 5 January 2014) was a Portuguese footballer who played as a striker. Eusébio is considered by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time. During his professional career, he scored 749 goals in 745 matches at club level and 41 goals for his national team, a total of 790 goals. أوزيبيو دي سلفا فيريرا لاعب كرة قدم برتغالي سابق من مواليد 1942 في موزمبيق ، كان هداف بطولة كأس العالم لكرة القدم 1966 برصيد تسعة أهداف، لعب لنادي بنفيكا البرتغالي. توفي في 5 يناير 2014 عن عمر يناهز 71 عاماً، نتيجة لتعرضه لسكتة قلبية حاده . Eusébio da Silva Ferreira [ewˈzɛbiu ðɐ ˈsiɫvɐ fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ], kurz Eusébio (* 5. Januar 1942 oder 25. Januar 1942 in Lourenço Marques, dem heutigen Maputo, Mosambik; † 5. Januar 2014 in Lissabon), war ein portugiesischer Fußballprofi mosambikanischer Herkunft. Bei der Weltmeisterschaft 1966 war Eusébio der überragende Spieler des Turniers. Mit neun Toren wurde er Torschützenkönig und hatte damit erheblichen Anteil am dritten Platz Portugals. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, fue conocido en el ámbito deportivo como Eusébio (Lourenço Marques, África Oriental Portuguesa, 25 de enero de 1942 - Lisboa, Portugal, 5 de enero de 2014), fue un futbolista portugués de origen africano, en lo que hoy es Mozambique. Considerado por la FIFA uno de los mejores jugadores europeos del siglo XX y uno de los grandes delanteros de la historia del fútbol, fue uno de los mayores iconos de este deporte en Portugal. Ocupa el noveno puesto en la lista de los 50 mejores jugadores del siglo XX según la IFFHS. Ritenuto uno dei migliori calciatori di tutti i tempi, fu eletto Pallone d'oro nel 1965, arrivando al secondo posto in due occasioni (1962 e nel 1966) e vincendo la Scarpa d'oro per due volte (1968, 1973). Durante la sua carriera ha segnato 733 gol in 745 partite, contando anche le competizioni amichevoli. È stato fondamentale per la nazionale portoghese ai mondiali del 1966, durante i quali il Portogallo raggiunse il terzo posto: fu il capocannoniere della manifestazione con 9 reti, di cui 4 solamente contro la Corea del Nord. 尤西比奥·达席尔瓦·费雷拉(葡萄牙語:Eusébio da Silva Ferreira,1942年1月25日-2014年1月5日),前葡萄牙著名足球員,是20世紀60年代一位具傳奇性而出色的射手。是世界球壇中的傳奇巨星之一。2004年,他位列球王比利評選的125位最出色的在世球星(FIFA 100)中。 有「黑豹」之稱的尤西比奧出生於葡萄牙管辖的非洲莫桑比克的首都洛倫索-馬貴斯(Lourenco Marques,現在稱為馬普托),後來成為了葡萄牙國家足球隊的前鋒,而尤西比奧最著名的是他的速度驚人。 他不但為葡萄牙奪得1966年世界杯的季軍,更是該屆的神射手。在該屆世界杯,葡萄牙在八強賽中,對手是當時表現驚人的北韓,葡萄牙先落後三球,但憑著尤西比奧的力挽狂瀾最終以5:3反勝,繼續晉級。 2014年,尤西比奥因心脏衰竭当地时间1月5日凌晨在里斯本去世。 葡萄牙宣布全国为他的逝世哀悼三天 。 Эузе́биу да Си́лва Ферре́йра (порт. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira; eu'zɛβiu dɐ 'siɫvɐ fɨ'ʁɐiɾɐ; 25 января 1942, Лоуренсу-Маркиш — 5 января 2014, Лиссабон), более известный как просто Эузе́биу (в советских и российских СМИ устоялось написание Эйсе́био) — португальский футболист мозамбикского происхождения, нападающий. Первый великий футболист — выходец из Африки. Известен своими выступлениями за лиссабонскую «Бенфику» и сборную Португалии. В составе «Бенфики» сыграл 715 матчей (включая товарищеские) и забил 727 голов. За сборную Португалии сыграл 64 матча и забил 41 гол. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira MPIH • GCIH • GCM, mais conhecido por Eusébio (Lourenço Marques, 25 de janeiro de 1942 — Lisboa, 5 de janeiro de 2014), foi um futebolista português, nascido em Moçambique durante a época colonial. É considerado um dos melhores futebolistas de todos os tempos pela Federação Internacional de História e Estatísticas do Futebol (IFHHS), especialistas e fãs. Recebeu a alcunha de "Pantera Negra". エウゼビオ・ダ・シルヴァ・フェレイラ(ポルトガル語: Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, 1942年1月25日 - 2014年1月5日)は、ポルトガル領東アフリカ (現:モザンビーク) のロウレンソ・マルケス(現:マプト)出身のサッカー選手。ポジションはFW。 現役当時、日本のマスコミ等では「オイセビオ」と表記されていた。これは当時の日本代表コーチのデットマール・クラマーがスペルの「Eusébio」をドイツ語読みで「オイセビオ」と読んだのが由来とされる。SLベンフィカはエウゼビオの功績を称え、毎年夏にエウゼビオ・カップという親善大会を開催している。
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エウゼビオ・ダ・シルヴァ・フェレイラ(ポルトガル語: Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, 1942年1月25日 - 2014年1月5日)は、ポルトガル領東アフリカ (現:モザンビーク) のロウレンソ・マルケス(現:マプト)出身のサッカー選手。ポジションはFW。 現役当時、日本のマスコミ等では「オイセビオ」と表記されていた。これは当時の日本代表コーチのデットマール・クラマーがスペルの「Eusébio」をドイツ語読みで「オイセビオ」と読んだのが由来とされる。SLベンフィカはエウゼビオの功績を称え、毎年夏にエウゼビオ・カップという親善大会を開催している。 Eusébio da Silva Ferreira [ewˈzɛbiu ðɐ ˈsiɫvɐ fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ], kurz Eusébio (* 5. Januar 1942 oder 25. Januar 1942 in Lourenço Marques, dem heutigen Maputo, Mosambik; † 5. Januar 2014 in Lissabon), war ein portugiesischer Fußballprofi mosambikanischer Herkunft. In Anspielung auf seine katzenartige Spielweise wurde Eusébio von dem englischen Journalisten Desmond Hackett „Pantera Negra“ (Schwarzer Panther) genannt. Er zählte zu den torgefährlichsten Stürmern der Fußballgeschichte und war das größte Sportleridol Portugals. 1965 erhielt er die Auszeichnung als Europas Fußballer des Jahres und belegte bei der FIFA-Wahl zum Spieler des Jahrhunderts den 9. Platz. Insgesamt 15 Jahre lang trug Eusébio das Trikot Benfica Lissabons und prägte die bisher erfolgreichste Ära der Klubgeschichte (u. a. zehnmal Meister, fünf Pokalsiege und einmal Gewinner des Europapokals der Landesmeister). Mit 474 Pflichtspieltreffern ist er Rekordtorjäger Benficas. Bei der Weltmeisterschaft 1966 war Eusébio der überragende Spieler des Turniers. Mit neun Toren wurde er Torschützenkönig und hatte damit erheblichen Anteil am dritten Platz Portugals. 尤西比奥·达席尔瓦·费雷拉(葡萄牙語:Eusébio da Silva Ferreira,1942年1月25日-2014年1月5日),前葡萄牙著名足球員,是20世紀60年代一位具傳奇性而出色的射手。是世界球壇中的傳奇巨星之一。2004年,他位列球王比利評選的125位最出色的在世球星(FIFA 100)中。 有「黑豹」之稱的尤西比奧出生於葡萄牙管辖的非洲莫桑比克的首都洛倫索-馬貴斯(Lourenco Marques,現在稱為馬普托),後來成為了葡萄牙國家足球隊的前鋒,而尤西比奧最著名的是他的速度驚人。 他不但為葡萄牙奪得1966年世界杯的季軍,更是該屆的神射手。在該屆世界杯,葡萄牙在八強賽中,對手是當時表現驚人的北韓,葡萄牙先落後三球,但憑著尤西比奧的力挽狂瀾最終以5:3反勝,繼續晉級。 2014年,尤西比奥因心脏衰竭当地时间1月5日凌晨在里斯本去世。 葡萄牙宣布全国为他的逝世哀悼三天 。 Ritenuto uno dei migliori calciatori di tutti i tempi, fu eletto Pallone d'oro nel 1965, arrivando al secondo posto in due occasioni (1962 e nel 1966) e vincendo la Scarpa d'oro per due volte (1968, 1973). Durante la sua carriera ha segnato 733 gol in 745 partite, contando anche le competizioni amichevoli. Trascorse quindici dei suoi ventidue anni di carriera tra le file del Benfica, di cui è il miglior marcatore della storia con 638 gol in 614 partite, comprendendo sia incontri ufficiali che amichevoli. A Lisbona ha vinto 11 titoli portoghesi, 5 coppe portoghesi, la Coppa dei Campioni 1961-1962 e ha raggiunto in altre tre occasioni la finale della Coppa dei Campioni. È stato il capocannoniere della Coppa Campioni nel 1965, nel 1966 e nel 1968. Ha vinto il titolo di miglior marcatore del campionato portoghese in sette occasioni (1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1973), record tutt'oggi mantenuto, ed è stato il primo calciatore a vincere la Scarpa d'oro, avendo vinto la prima edizione del trofeo nel 1968. Soprannominato Pantera Negra (Pantera Nera) o Pérola Negra (Perla Nera), è considerato il primo fuoriclasse di origine africana. Nonostante fosse nato in Mozambico da padre angolano, Eusébio poteva giocare solo per la Nazionale portoghese, essendo all'epoca i due paesi sotto la dipendenza portoghese. È stato fondamentale per la nazionale portoghese ai mondiali del 1966, durante i quali il Portogallo raggiunse il terzo posto: fu il capocannoniere della manifestazione con 9 reti, di cui 4 solamente contro la Corea del Nord. Occupa la nona posizione nella speciale classifica dei migliori calciatori del XX secolo pubblicata da IFFHS e il decimo posto in un sondaggio fatto da World Soccer. Inserito da Pelé nel FIFA 100, la lista dei 125 migliori calciatori viventi, è risultato settimo in un sondaggio online valido per l'UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll. Nel 2003 per celebrare il cinquantesimo anno dalla nascita della UEFA, questa invitò ogni federazione nazionale a scegliere il proprio miglior calciatore degli ultimi cinquanta anni e la scelta portoghese ricadde su Eusébio. È deceduto all'età di 71 anni a seguito di un arresto cardiaco. Nel luglio 2015 le sue spoglie sono state tumulate nel Pantheon Nazionale. Эузе́биу да Си́лва Ферре́йра (порт. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira; eu'zɛβiu dɐ 'siɫvɐ fɨ'ʁɐiɾɐ; 25 января 1942, Лоуренсу-Маркиш — 5 января 2014, Лиссабон), более известный как просто Эузе́биу (в советских и российских СМИ устоялось написание Эйсе́био) — португальский футболист мозамбикского происхождения, нападающий. Первый великий футболист — выходец из Африки. Известен своими выступлениями за лиссабонскую «Бенфику» и сборную Португалии. В составе «Бенфики» сыграл 715 матчей (включая товарищеские) и забил 727 голов. За сборную Португалии сыграл 64 матча и забил 41 гол. Бронзовый призёр Чемпионата мира 1966 года. Одиннадцатикратный чемпион Португалии, пятикратный обладатель Кубка Португалии, обладатель Кубка европейских чемпионов сезона 1961/62, чемпион Североамериканской футбольной лиги Лучший футболист Португалии за период 1954—2003 годов, лучший футболист Европы 1965 года, двукратный лучший футболист Португалии (является первым обладателем), лучший бомбардир чемпионата мира 1966 года, семикратный лучший бомбардир чемпионата Португалии, трёхкратный лучший бомбардир Кубка европейских чемпионов, двукратный обладатель «Золотой бутсы» (является первым её обладателем). Девятое место в списке лучших футболистов XX века по версии МФФИИС, шестое место в списке лучших футболистов Европы XX века по версии МФФИИС, десятое место в списке величайших футболистов XX века по версии World Soccer, входит в список 100 величайших футболистов XX века по версии Placar, и в список 50 величайших футболистов XX века по версии Guerin' Sportivo и Planète Foot, входит в список ФИФА 100, занимает второе место в списке лучших бомбардиров чемпионата Португалии за все времена, член символической сборной чемпионата мира 1966 года. أوزيبيو دي سلفا فيريرا لاعب كرة قدم برتغالي سابق من مواليد 1942 في موزمبيق ، كان هداف بطولة كأس العالم لكرة القدم 1966 برصيد تسعة أهداف، لعب لنادي بنفيكا البرتغالي. توفي في 5 يناير 2014 عن عمر يناهز 71 عاماً، نتيجة لتعرضه لسكتة قلبية حاده . (This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Silva and the second or paternal family name is Ferreira.) Eusébio da Silva Ferreira GCIH, GCM (Portuguese pronunciation: [ewˈzɛβju ðɐ ˈsiɫvɐ fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ]; 25 January 1942 – 5 January 2014) was a Portuguese footballer who played as a striker. Eusébio is considered by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time. During his professional career, he scored 749 goals in 745 matches at club level and 41 goals for his national team, a total of 790 goals. Nicknamed the Black Panther, the Black Pearl, or o Rei (the King), he was known for his speed, technique, athleticism and his ferocious right-footed shot, making him a prolific goalscorer. He is considered S.L. Benfica's and the Portugal national team's most renowned player and one of the first world-class African-born strikers. He helped Portugal reach third place at the 1966 World Cup, being the top goalscorer of the tournament with nine goals (including four in one match against North Korea) and received the Bronze Ball award. He won the Ballon d'Or award for European footballer of the year in 1965 and was runner-up in 1962 and 1966. He played for Benfica for 15 out of his 22 years as a footballer, thus being mainly associated with the Portuguese club, and is the team's all-time top scorer with 638 goals scored in 614 official games. There, he won eleven Primeira Liga titles, five Taça de Portugal titles, a European Cup (1961–62) and helped them reach three additional European Cup finals (1963, 1965, 1968). He is the eighth-highest goalscorer in the history of the European Cup and the second-highest, behind Alfredo Di Stéfano, in the pre-Champions League era with 48 goals. He was the European Cup top scorer in 1964–65, 1965–66 and 1967–68. He also won the Bola de Prata (Primeira Liga top scorer award) a record seven times. He was the first ever player to win the European Golden Boot, in 1968, a feat he replicated in 1973. Eusébio's name often appears in best player of all time lists and polls by football critics and fans. He was elected the ninth-best footballer of the 20th century in a poll by the IFFHS and the tenth-best footballer of the 20th century in a poll by the World Soccer magazine. Pelé named Eusébio as one of the 125 best living footballers in his 2004 FIFA 100 list. He was seventh in the online poll for UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll. In November 2003, to celebrate UEFA's Jubilee, he was selected as the Golden Player of Portugal by the Portuguese Football Federation as their most outstanding player of the past 50 years. He has been called "Africa's first great footballer" and "Africa's greatest-ever player". From his retirement until his death, Eusébio was an ambassador of football and was one of the most recognizable faces of his generation. Homages by FIFA, UEFA, the Portuguese Football Federation and Benfica have been held in his honour. Former Benfica and Portugal teammate and friend António Simões acknowledges his influence on Benfica and said: "With Eusébio maybe we could be European Champions, without him maybe we could win the league". Shortly after Eusébio's death, Alfredo Di Stéfano stated: "For me Eusébio will always be the best player of all time". Eusébio da Silva Ferreira dit Eusébio, MPIH • GCIH • GCM, né le 25 janvier 1942 à Lourenço-Marquès, dans le quartier de Mafalala (ancien nom de Maputo, la capitale du Mozambique et ancienne colonie portugaise) et mort le 5 janvier 2014 à Lisbonne, est un footballeur international portugais, qui joue au poste d'attaquant de la fin des années 1950 à la fin des années 1970. Considéré comme l'un des meilleurs joueurs de l'histoire, il est surnommé la « O pantera negra » (en français : « la panthère noire ») ou bien « O rei » (en français : « Le roi »). Eusébio effectue la plus grande partie de sa carrière dans le club du SL Benfica avec qui il remporte la Coupe des clubs champions européens en 1962 ainsi qu'onze titres de champion du Portugal. Il permet également à la sélection nationale portugaise d'atteindre la troisième place de la coupe du monde 1966 au cours de laquelle il termine meilleur buteur avec neuf buts. Enfin, il remporte le titre prestigieux du Ballon d'or en 1965. Eusébio, voetballersnaam van Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (Lourenço Marques, 25 januari 1942 – Lissabon, 5 januari 2014), was een Portugees voetbalicoon van Mozambikaanse afkomst. Hij stond ook wel bekend als De zwarte parel, De parel van Mozambique of De zwarte panter. Na zijn dood kondigde de Portugese regering drie dagen van nationale rouw af. Hij werd anderhalf jaar na zijn overlijden, naar zijn laatste rustplaats gebracht. Hij is als eerste sportman overgebracht naar het Nationaal Pantheon in Lissabon, waar diverse prominenten begraven liggen. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira (ur. 25 stycznia 1942 w Lourenço Marques, zm. 5 stycznia 2014 w Lizbonie) – portugalski piłkarz urodzony w stolicy Portugalskiej Afryki Wschodniej (obecnie Mozambik). Środkowy napastnik, nazywany „Czarną Panterą” lub „Czarną Perłą z Mozambiku”. Brązowy medalista i król strzelców (9 bramek) MŚ 66. Zdobywca Złotej Piłki w plebiscycie „France Football” w 1965. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira, fue conocido en el ámbito deportivo como Eusébio (Lourenço Marques, África Oriental Portuguesa, 25 de enero de 1942 - Lisboa, Portugal, 5 de enero de 2014), fue un futbolista portugués de origen africano, en lo que hoy es Mozambique. Considerado por la FIFA uno de los mejores jugadores europeos del siglo XX y uno de los grandes delanteros de la historia del fútbol, fue uno de los mayores iconos de este deporte en Portugal. Ocupa el noveno puesto en la lista de los 50 mejores jugadores del siglo XX según la IFFHS. Obtuvo el Balón de Oro al mejor jugador de Europa en 1965 y la Bota de Oro al máximo goleador en 1966 y 1973. Fue el líder y conductor tanto del club SL Benfica que ganó la Copa de Europa en 1962 como de la selección portuguesa que ocupó el 3.er lugar en la Copa del Mundo de 1966, torneo en donde fue el máximo goleador. Apodado la Pantera Negra, se le considera una leyenda del fútbol portugués, y el más grande futbolista de todos los tiempos en ese país según la IFFHS y la prensa especializada. El 4 de marzo de 2004, el brasileño Pelé le incluyó en la lista FIFA 100. La FIFA le describe como un mito y la «figura más famosa del fútbol portugués», en un artículo dedicado en su página web oficial. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira MPIH • GCIH • GCM, mais conhecido por Eusébio (Lourenço Marques, 25 de janeiro de 1942 — Lisboa, 5 de janeiro de 2014), foi um futebolista português, nascido em Moçambique durante a época colonial. É considerado um dos melhores futebolistas de todos os tempos pela Federação Internacional de História e Estatísticas do Futebol (IFHHS), especialistas e fãs. Recebeu a alcunha de "Pantera Negra". Eusébio ajudou a Seleção Nacional Portuguesa a alcançar o terceiro lugar no Campeonato do Mundo de 1966, sendo o maior marcador da competição (recebendo a Bota de Ouro), com nove golos (seis dos quais foram marcados em Goodison Park) e tendo recebido a Bola de Bronze. Ganhou a Bola de Ouro em 1965 e ficou em segundo lugar na atribuição da mesma em 1962 e 1966. Eusébio jogou pelo Sport Lisboa e Benfica 15 dos seus 22 anos como jogador de futebol, sendo associado principalmente ao clube português, e é o melhor marcador de sempre da equipa, com 638 golos em 614 partidas oficiais. No Benfica ganhou 11 Campeonatos Nacionais (1960-1961, 1962-1963, 1963-1964, 1964-1965, 1966-1967, 1967-1968, 1968-1969, 1970-1971, 1971-1972, 1972-1973 e 1974-1975), 5 Taças de Portugal (1961-1962, 1963-1964, 1968-1969, 1969-1970 e 1971-1972), 1 Taça dos Campeões Europeus (1961-1962) e ajudou a alcançar mais três finais da Taça dos Campeões Europeus (1962-1963, 1964-1965 e 1967-1968). Foi o maior marcador da Taça dos Campeões Europeus em 1965, 1966 e 1968. Ganhou ainda a Bola de Prata sete vezes (recorde nacional) em 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970 e 1973. Foi o primeiro jogador a ganhar a Bota de Ouro, em 1968, façanha que mais tarde repetiu em 1973. Alcunhado de O Pantera Negra, A Pérola Negra, e King, Eusébio marcou 733 golos em 745 partidas oficiais na sua carreira. Era conhecido pela sua velocidade, técnica, atleticismo e pelo seu poderoso e preciso remate de pé direito, tornando-o num prolífico goleador e num dos melhores marcadores de livres de sempre. É considerado o melhor futebolista de sempre do Benfica e de Portugal e um dos primeiros avançados de classe mundial africanos. Apesar de ter nascido em Moçambique, Eusébio só poderia jogar pela Seleção Portuguesa, como Matateu e Mário Coluna, entre outros, antes dele, já que o país africano era um território ultramarino de Portugal e os seus cidadãos eram considerados portugueses. O nome de Eusébio aparece muitas vezes nas listas e votações de melhores jogadores de futebol de sempre feitas pelos críticos de futebol e fãs. Foi eleito o nono melhor jogador de futebol do século XX numa pesquisa realizada pela IFFHS, faz parte da lista dos 50 melhores jogadores de todos os tempos do Planète Foot, ficou no 8.º lugar da lista "Os melhores do século XX" elaborada pela revista Placar e foi eleito o décimo melhor jogador de futebol do século XX numa pesquisa realizada pela revista World Soccer. Pelé nomeou Eusébio como um dos 125 melhores jogadores de futebol vivos na sua lista FIFA 100, elaborada em 2004. Eusébio ficou em sétimo lugar na votação online para o Jubileu de Ouro da UEFA. Em Novembro de 2003, para comemorar o Jubileu da UEFA, foi escolhido como o jogador de ouro de Portugal pela Federação Portuguesa de Futebol como o seu melhor jogador dos últimos 50 anos. Desde que se retirou, Eusébio foi um embaixador de futebol e é um dos rostos mais conhecidos do desporto. Eusébio é muitas vezes elogiado pelo seu conhecido fair-play e humildade, até mesmo pelos adversários. Foram realizadas várias homenagens por parte da FIFA, da UEFA, da Federação Portuguesa de Futebol e do Benfica em sua honra. O ex-jogador do Benfica, da Seleção Portuguesa, e amigo, António Simões, reconhece a sua influência no Benfica e disse: "Com Eusébio talvez pudéssemos ser tri-campeões europeus, sem ele talvez pudéssemos ganhar o campeonato”.
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