Every player has his own luck boots that he prefers to put on while going to play an important match. Here are the 5 iconic boots to have been put on by these legendary best players.
1. Toni Kroos - The German central midfielder is known for wearing the adidas Adipure 11 pro that was launched in April 2014. He played with the boots in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and throughout the 2014/2015 season.
2. David Beckham - The English winger who played for Manchester United is known for wearing the Adidas Predator Mania 2002 that were designed for the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
3. Ronaldo Rosario - The boot R9 Mercurial was designed by Nike in 1998 with an intention of making a player run quicker.
4. Cristiano Ronaldo - The Nike Mercurial Vapor IX Galaxy that were designed in 2013 were signed by the Portuguese forward while he was playing for Real Madrid.
5. Andres Iniesta - He is known for his iconic boots the Nike CTR360 Maestri II designed in 2011.
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