FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World eleven adjusted to contain Cristiano Ronaldo
The FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World eleven was announced looking amended in a way to contain Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cristiano Ronaldo was awarded with a special ‘Goal Scoring Machine Award’ for his feet for reaching 115 international goals and becoming the all time top scorer at international levels.
The Manchester United star was also included in the FIFPRO Men’s World eleven, with a new formation of 3-3-4. Three defenders, three, midfielders and four strikers.
The strikers includes Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi, Erling Haaland and Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo inclusion is been questioned by football fans all over the world as the striker failed to have a splendid year with Juventus. Despite coming out top scorer in the Italian league, Ronaldo’s impact wasn’t as high as other players silented.
The usual 4-3-3 formation was adjusted to four strikers just as to include Cristiano Ronaldo making the fourth worthy defender miss out on the award.
His inclusion makes it the 15th consecutive times he is appearing on the FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World eleven alongside Lionel Messi.