Cristiano Ronaldo is the most complete footballer Kohli has ever seen

Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian national cricket team thinks that the footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is the most complete footballer he has ever seen in his life. 


However, for the Brazilian footballer Ronaldo, he has also confessed his admiration from the past generation of footballers. For the Juventus star, Kohli was nothing short of praises.

Kohli, in an interview, said that he saw Ronaldo, ‘The Phenomenon’ play and he was totally blown away by his skill and ability on the ball. One of the greatest ever. He further added that it was amazing to watch Brazil.


The cricketer continued - "I have enjoyed watching Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Oliver Kahn, Luka Modric, Iniesta, Xavi, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. For me, Cristiano is above everyone else. His commitment and work ethic is unmatched. He wants it that bad that you can see it in every game".

In Kohli’s opinion, Cristiano Ronaldo has taken on more challenges and succeeded at all of them. He is the most complete player the cricketer has seen and his work ethic is unmatched. He inspires people. Kohli doesn't think many people do that. He's also a leader and he loves that. Absolutely love it. He has amazing belief as well.


Virat Kohli has tipped Kylian Mbappe to go on amongst the younger crop of footballers and become one of the best players in the world.

He asserted - "Mbappe stands out for me. His sprint in the 2018 World Cup against Argentinais hard to forget. He's a beast and he will definitely be at the top of the pile for me. Absolutely top-class player".

by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, Aug 03 - 02:36 PM

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