Check out the difference in achievements between Scholes and Adriano

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Adriano Leite Ribeiro, commonly known simply as Adriano "Emperor", is a Brazilian former professional footballer. A powerful striker known for his long-range left-footed strikes, Adriano's career was however marked by inconsistency.

He was among the best strikers in the world in the mid-2000s, he had five prolific seasons in Italy with Parma and Inter Milan, earning the nickname L'Imperatore (the Emperor), before a decline in his performances which occurred simultaneously with the death of his father.

From 11 July 2004 through 29 June 2005, Adriano was in peak form, scoring an impressive total of 42 goals in both domestic and international competitions. In September 2005, Inter rewarded him for his efforts with an improved contract running until June 30, 2010.

As such, although he was considered one of the best players in the world at his peak, Adriano is also a record three-time winner of the Bidone d'Oro Award, a prize is given to the worst Serie A player during a particular season, which he won in 2006 and 2007 with Inter, and in 2010 with Roma.

On the other hand, Paul Scholes (/skoʊlz/ SKOHLZ; born 16 November 1974) is an English football coach and pundit former player, as well as a co-owner of Salford City. He spent his entire professional playing career with Manchester United, for whom he scored over 150 goals in more than 700 appearances between 1993 and 2013.

During his play at United, he won 25 trophies including 11 Premier League titles (more than any other English player) and two UEFA Champions League titles. ... Scholes announced his retirement from international football in August 2004, citing his family life and his club career with Manchester United as being more important.

Who do you think is the best striker between Adriano and Scholes?

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