One of the aspects that helps clubs win games is their players ability to work together as a unit. When players play together as a team, communication and understanding improve.
Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian captain and Liverpool attacker, is regarded as one of the best players in the world. He is a skilled player who uses his quickness with the ball to make it tough for opposition players, particularly defenders, to mark him.
Despite his many skills, Mohamed Salah has one flaw: he is greedy when he has the ball.
Even yet, there are instances when he needs to pass the ball to a teammate who has a better chance of scoring a goal, but he prefers to play it alone. He is, without a doubt, a self-centered player.
Cristiano Ronaldo is undeniably a dedicated and hardworking player. On the football field, his brilliance and dedication cannot be overstated.
He should pass the ball to other players with better goal-scoring chances on several occasions, but because he is only concerned with himself scoring goals (selfish and self-centered), he shoots straight to the goalkeeper rather than passing the ball to the player(s) with better goal-scoring chances.
Gabriel Jesus, a Brazilian international and Manchester City forward, adds selfishness to his game despite not being a particularly good player. Manchester City has lost games as a result of his self-centeredness on multiple occasions.
Despite his many positive traits, Neymar Jr.’s selfishness with the ball has always irritated his teammates.