According to Luis Nani, Ronaldo is better than Paul Scholes
Former Portugal star, Luis Nani heaps praises on Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes. According to him, the former England national team midfielder was amazing, but there is nothing better than a Cristiano Ronaldo.
Nani had felt the sweetness of Manchester United’s glory days, she was docked from Sporting CP in 2007 ago. During the Red costume, the Portuguese winger presented four Premier League titles and one European Champions League trophy.
While still defending Manchester United, Nani had experienced the experience of being a teammate of the world’s top players. Including Paul Scholes, the mainstay of Manchester United in the era of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Seeing firsthand the performance of Scholes made Nani impressed. For him, the former England national team midfielder is a phenomenal player.
“One player who really surprised me and really impressed me at the beginning of my arrival at United was Paul Scholes. He was very phenomenal, “Nani told Football Wave.
However, the figure who has played for Valencia still considers Cristiano Ronaldo as his favorite best player.
“My favorite is still Cristiano Ronaldo, he is the best,” said Nani.
Not only that, even according to him Cristiano Ronaldo is not only better than Paul Scholes, but also when compared with great legends such as Pele and Diego Maradona.
“The best player I’ve ever played with? I have seen so much. Even from the past like Maradona, Pele, but I will choose my partner from many battles,”
“Someone I have won so many titles with, someone I really respect. The numbers are not lying and they also show that he is the best, Cristiano Ronaldo, “said Nani.
Nani left Manchester United in the summer of 2014, when he returned to his former club, Sporting CP. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo himself left Manchester United in the summer of 2009 to join Real Madrid.
Currently, the Portuguese mega star is playing for Juventus. But, because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, Ronaldo is undergoing an independent quarantine at his home in Portugal.