Checkout The Toughest Defender Ronaldinho And Ronaldo Ever Faced
By silap | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 1148 views
Ronaldinho and Ronaldo both named that AC Milan defender Paolo Maldini was the hardest player they at any point went over in their professions.
Former Ballon d'Or victor Ronaldinho told football magazine said that his hardest defender he has ever played against was Maldini.
"It is incomprehensible not to be astonished by how he made everything look easy, particularly when you will play with him."
Ronaldo Nazario likewise singled the Italian out in a meeting with Il Messaggero: "Hardest defender I've looked in my profession? Paolo Maldini would be the hardest ever.
"Among other Italian defender, I would say Cannavaro, Nesta and Vierchowod, which were all solid."
Maldini spent his whole playing profession at Milan and caught seven Serie A titles and won a shocking five European Cups/Champions Leagues with the Italian club as he captained one of the best club sides ever.
At the point when both Ronaldo and Ronaldinho name you as their hardest rival, you realize that your place is scratched in history until the end of time!
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