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Ronaldo wants to win every single game: Aaron Ramsey

Juventus' Aaron Ramsey has heaped praise on Cristiano Ronaldo, saying that he wants to win every single game.

IANS Reported by: IANS London Published on: April 11, 2020 17:40 IST
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Juventus' Aaron Ramsey has heaped praise on Cristiano Ronaldo, saying that he wants to win every single game.

Aaron Ramsey might have recently joined Juventus from Arsenal, but he cannot stop praising teammate Cristiano Ronaldo, calling him unbelievable. With sporting events across the globe either cancelled or suspended, sportspersons have been taking to social media to interact with fans and friends.

In an Instagram live with singer and songwriter Niall Horan, Ramsay said: "He's an exceptional athlete. He's first in the gym, he goes through his whole routine first and then he's out onto the pitches. He's a winner, wants to win every single game, every small-sided game, whatever it is, then he'll be out there practising his free-kicks and things like that and shooting.

"You don't need me to tell you how good or driven he is, he's unbelievable, he's one of the greatest in the history of the game."

Earlier, Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny praised his teammate saying that the Portuguese "is obsessed with winning and he thinks just about work, even on trainings".

On Friday the Pole was asked by the Polish TV Eleven Sports to compare Cristiano Ronaldo to Szczesny's compatriot Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich, reports Xinhua news agency.

"I think Cristiano is more focused on work. There are jokes before and during the training. He is a machine. Lewandowski is a little more relaxed. I don't compare who works more, but who is obsessed with this work. It's definitely Cristiano," said Juventus custodian.

"Cristiano has an egoist face on the pitch and I think that face makes him one of the best players in football history. It sometimes makes him look frustrated and thus looks selfish. It's just an obsession with winning, an obsession with being the best and requiring others to help him. It would be unhealthy if there were six, seven or ten people with such a character in the dressing room, but one that pushes others to be better is positive," added Szczesny.