Cristiano Ronaldo should be studied by scientists like he’s an alien because of his extraordinary ability, says former Portugal team-mate Liedson da Silva Muniz
Cristiano Ronaldo is so out of this world he should be studied as if he were an alien, says a former team-mate.
Retired striker Liedson da Silva Muniz played alongside the 36-year-old returning Manchester United star for Portugal at the 2010 World Cup.
The 43-year-old said: “Cristiano should be studied not only by Nasa but also by other scientists. He’s an out-of-the-ordinary phenomenon. Each game he plays he beats new records.
“It’s good he serves as a role model for youngsters who dream of becoming a Cristiano Ronaldo in their own lives.’’
Liedson was especially baffled because off the pitch his team-mate was just “like anyone else”.