Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has revealed he’s in awe of Cristiano Ronaldo, believing that not only is the Real Madrid man the best in the World Cup but the best in the world.
The debate on whether the Portuguese legend or Lionel Messi is an ongoing one that appears to have no end in sight as both players continuously prove themselves to be superhuman.
Ronaldo was once a United player meaning fans of the club tend to pick his side whenever this topic is being discussed and his incredible performances so far certainly make it hard to argue.
The versatile attacker has scored all of nation’s goals so far on the biggest stage in international football, singlehandedly dispatching of Morocco and drawing his team level with Spain.
Rashford is tipped to be a world beater of his own one day but for now he’s happy to give that title to Cristiano, revealing that the former Sporting man is his inspiration.
The two respective stars could potentially face each other further down the line should both Portugal and England do well in the World Cup.
The European Championship winners perhaps have more pressure on them to go far in the competition but Gareth Southgate’s men don’t have huge expectations of them this time around.