Ronaldo Nazario is better than his namesake Cristiano Ronaldo, says Christian Vieri. The former striker of Inter is considered a more frightening frontman than the machine goalkeeper of Juventus.
Nazario is better than CR7
Ronaldo Nazario is better than his namesake Cristiano Ronaldo, says Christian Vieri. The former striker of Inter is considered a more frightening frontman than the machine goalkeeper of Juventus. There is something in this unique moniker when it comes to the art of finding a goal. With two eras dominated by superstars with that name, splashing across their backs. Throughout the late 1990s and early 21st centuries. The Brazilian two-time World Cup winner redefined the art of hitting the end of a spell network at PSV, Barcelona, Inter, and Real. The star of South America, Ronaldo, who will forever be remembered as O Fenomeno, is rightly confident in a place among all-time greats.
R9 over CR7
The Portuguese Ronaldo, who also undertook to rewrite records, joined him in this roll of honor. The five-time winner of Ballon d ‘Or excelled in clashes with Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus. Raising the bar of individual brilliance even higher with their exploits. Vieri, however, still ranks R9 over CR7, while the ex-international of Italy once formed a destructive partnership with the first at San Siro. Vieri said: “I am Ronnie’s friend, and I was lucky to have him as a striker with me. Ronaldo had everything. He was explosive, powerful, and fast. He looked like a dancer, seemed to dance with a ball”. I say that the Brazilian Ronaldo is better than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano is a war machine
“CR7 is a war machine, and it is amazing for everything that it does and for everything that it continues to do. CR7 can play up to 40 years with a cigarette between his lips, as they say in Italy. He has a sculptural shape”. Christian enjoyed the most productive period of his football career, being on books at Inter, scoring 202 goals, but considers coaches with whom he worked at Juventus and the Italian national side to be the best he played under. “In Juventus, I say, Marcelo Lippi, He was like a second father,” said the man who earned 49 drafts for his country. “In the youth teams of Turin, I was coached by the great Rosario Rampanti, then Emiliano Mondonico.” I must also say Cesare Maldini, and he helped me break into the national team. He was a great person who trusted youth.”