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From Bacalhau a Bras to simple pie and mash, here are the top 10 foods footballers swear by.
Milanesa Napolitana (Lionel Messi)
In Luca Caoili's book Messi, the Barcelona forward's mother says her son's favourite meal is a schnitzel-like dish made from ham, fried beef, tomatoes, onions and cheese.
Bacalhau a Bras (Cristiano Ronaldo)
The world's best player is particularly fond of this traditional Portuguese dish, made from cod, scrambled eggs and fried potatoes.
Pie and mash (David Beckham)
"Missed my favourite meal, so headed straight for some pie and mash," Beckham wrote on his Facebook page when returning to the UK in 2011.
Curried goat (Ashley Young)
In 2008 Aston Villa decided to release a charity cookbook named Villa On a Plate. In it Ashley Young revealed his favourite dish to be a plate of curried goat.
Nando's (Adnan Januzaj)
In January this year the amorous Manchester United youngster took a date to Nando's in his tracksuit.
Medium rare steak (Joe Hart)
The England goalkeeper has said his guilty pleasure is a medium rare steak that is "still bleeding, I don't mind a bit of blood".
Goat's milk milkshake (Sébastien Bassong)
The Norwich City defender has a peculiar recipe for a smoothie he swears by, including goat's milk, protein powder and half a banana.
Omelettes (Diego Forlan)
The Uruguay frontman says he likes his omelettes with the "white of the egg rather than the yolk".
Ketchup (The Sunderland squad)
Paolo Di Canio banned his players from consuming fizzy drinks and ketchup during his brief reign.
Toffee spread (The Uruguay squad)
On arriving at the World Cup, Brazilian customs seized 80lb of Dulce de leche from the squad.