James Rodriguez has a Starscore of 404,550 and is No.80 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 4,845,428 Twitter followers and 20,623,167 Facebook fans. Today James Rodriguez gained 15,091 Twitter followers and gained 77,059 Facebook fans. His social media ranking has moved up 2 places in the daily Football Chart to no.6 and remains at no.17 in the all time Football Chart.
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James David Rodríguez Rubio (born 12 July 1991 in Cúcuta) is a Colombian footballer who plays for FC Porto in Portuguese Liga Sagres. He is at times referred as El Nuevo pibe (The new kid) or just El pibe (The kid). He's also been nicknamed very often as El bandido, in consideration to portistas. He is widely considered to be one of the best young players in the world. His amazing playmaking skills has led many to consider him to be the successor of Colombian legend icon Carlos Valderrama (who has declared him as such) thus being referred as 'El Nuevo Pibe' (the 'new kid' in reference to being the successor of Carlos who was nicknamed 'El Pibe'). His dribbling, speed, creativity, ball control, and powerful shots has been compared to Cristiano Ronaldo even to the point where he considered to be his 'South American' counterpart. His talents have been described as 'phenomenal' and acknowledged among many football experts as one of the most talented young prospects in the world. Rodríguez is one of Colombia's most talented young aspects. Succeeding at an early age with various youth clubs, he's contributed to many club victories as well as with the national team. One of his most noticeable moments hinting his successful future, was a famous rare Olympic Goal he scored with his first club Club Atlético Banfield in the Argentine Primera División at only 16 years of age. He was captain of the Colombian-U20 team, leading them to a victory at the 2011 Toulon Tournament where he was voted the best player. He also captained the U-20 team during the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup where his talents were recognized being a crucial part of the new Colombian golden generation. On the senior national level, he impressed contributing to crucial victories making him a regular at only 20 years of age. He scored his first senior national goal against Peru in a 1-0 victory in less than 6 months after his debut. His prime talents emerged in 2011 where he won the LPFP Award for Breakthrough Player of 2011–12 Primeira Liga season at age 20, while becoming the first Colombian player to do so. He is also a two-time winner of the SJPF Player of the Month. In 2012, Rodriguez was listed 59th in The 100 best footballers in the world by The Guardian. Rodriguez won the Portuguese Golden Ball in 2012 award becoming the second Colombian after Radamel Falcao to win the award, as well as being the youngest. His talents at such a young age has attracted teams such as Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid.