The best player of the 90's is the Brazilian Ronaldo. In his first club when he was just 17 years old, he scored 44 goals in 47 games for Cruzeiro. Then he went to PSV where he scored 54 goals in 58 games. Then when he joined Barcelona he was top scorer in his only season and won the FIFA wolf player of the year. He scored 47 goals in 49 games in all competitions. When he joined Inter he won the world player of they year again. During his time with Inter he made it to the final of the world cup.
Rivaldo started getting noticed when he was at Palmeiras. When he was 23 years old in 1996 he went Deportivo La Coruna and was a starting 11 player. He scored 21 league goals in his only season and then he went to Barcelona. Before he went to Barcelona he won the Confederations cup with Brazil. In his first season with Barcelona he was second top goalscorer in the league with 19 goals although he was a midfielder. After that he season he was one of Brazil's star players as they made it to the final of the world cup. In 1999 Rivaldo won the FIFA World player of the year. He scored good goals and had a great dribbling technique.
3. Zinedine Zidane
Zinedine Zidane was a wonderkid with Bordeaux from 1992-1996. He was Ligue 1 player of the year when he was 24. When Juventus he was known for his elegance, vision, ball control and technique. In the 1998 world cup Zinedine Zidane was 26 he was the main player for France has they won the world cup and beat Brazil 3-0 in the final. He won Fifa world player of the year in 1998.
4. Roberto Baggio
Roberto Baggio starred for the Italian team that went third in the 1990 world cup then went to Juventus for at the time a world record 8 million. In his first season he scored 14 league goals and 12 league assists. Roberto Baggio would play behind the forwards and while being an outstanding playmaker he could score goals and play as a striker. In his second season he scored 18 goals and created 8 assists in the league. In his third season he scored 17 goals and made 8 assists. In the 1994 world cup he was arguably the best player in the tournament. In the final he missed a penalty which made Italy lose the final of the cup. He won Fifa world player of the year 1993.
Romario scored 24 goals in 25 games in the 1990-91 season for PSV. He continued scoring for PSV for 2 seasons until 1993-94 season when he joined the Barcelona dream team. He got the Pichici trophy for scoring 30 goals in 34 games. Things got better for Romario as he won the world cup for Brazil and he was their main player. The next season for the second half of the season, Romario moved to Flamengo and stayed for two seasons. He was troubled by injury for the rest of his career but had successful spells at Vasco da gama and Flamengo. He won the FIFA World player of the year in 1994.