An interesting clip reveals how Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has aced the art of off-the-ball development to end up noticeably as the world’s best striker.
The three-minute video clip by ‘Om Arvind’ uncovers the trick, frills and skills Ronaldo uses to get himself that exceedingly essential yard of space he requires to score his goals. You wonder how Ronaldo dependably is by all accounts in the right place at the perfect time? The video uploaded by Om Arvind through Givemesports.com gives a clarification on how CR7 does the wonder.
There’s positively a solid contention to recommend Ronaldo is right now the best striker in the world, regardless of the possibility that Leo Messi is the better all-round footballer.
This is the first season since the 2009-10 campaign – and Ronaldo’s first at the Bernabeu – that the Los Blancos forward has failed to score more than 50 goals in all competition for the Spanish giants.
Despite everything, CR7 managed to complete the season with 42 goals in 46 appearances, and keep in mind, this was a player who started his professional career as a skilful winger; a player who loved to beat defenders for no particular reason with his tricks and skills.
Amid his initial three seasons with Manchester United, he scored 27 goals in 137 appearances, and during his six-year at Old Trafford, he managed to get just one hat-trick for the Red Devils.
No one could have imagined during the early years of his career that the Portuguese international would, in the long run, break Real Madrid’s unequalled goalscoring record.
Diligent work and devotion to his career are, obviously, the greatest factors behind Ronaldo’s ascent to the top – a couple of players, assuming any, fill in as hard as he does.
Video Credits: Youtube/Om Arvind
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