Real Madrid attacker and current FIFA World Best Player of the Year, Cristiano Ronaldo has been described as one of the greatest soccer player of all time, due to incredible dribble skills and his goal scoring stats.
Over the years, everybody keep wandering on how he got his football skills that made him stay longer for over 14 professional active football career years.
In recent interview, Ronaldo paid tribute to Manchester United for teaching him “the art of football” and revealed how Sir Alex Ferguson surprised him on his arrival in England.
The Real Madrid forward moved to Old Trafford from Sporting Lisbon aged just 18, but went on to help fire the club to an FA Cup, three successive Premier League titles and a Champions League trophy.
“Alex Ferguson was a father for me in football,” Ronaldo said. “I learned many things, not just from the coach but the players.
“I improved not just my skills but my body too.
“In the five years that I was [at United] I learned the art of football. It was a dream for me.”