If friction encourages someone to perform well then it will no longer be a negative trait. Yes, it is a necessary evil to excel sometimes. And if Zidane says that Cristiano Ronaldo always pushes himself to perform then credit should also be given to Lionel Messi.
Per Zidane, the footballer inside Cristiano Ronaldo gets motivation from Messi. Coach of Real Madrid admires Ronaldo and his rivalry with other player that pushes him.
His words echoes love for Ronaldo and these words portrays Madrid Star insights.
“You have to see Ronaldo on the training pitch. It is simply amazing to see him in action,” “The rivalry with Messi is only pushing him to get the best out of himself”’
“Ever since Raul has left Madrid, Ronaldo has gone on to develop into another club legend.
“He is feeling very well at Real Madrid.”
Eloquently Zidane words suggest that Ronaldo even in training session urges to win, to win from every game, every ball and every corner. And after a score he doesn’t forget to shows his happiness. Former French Player has certainly noticed the way he exhibits his emotions.
“And then when he scores, he does the same thing in the game – he shows he’s happy, he kneels [in celebration]!”
“He doesn’t need that [to perform]. But what keeps him scoring 55 to 60 goals a season is the fact that he says to himself this year I have to score one more than the other guy every time.”
What other proves we need to know that healthy competition gives rise to Stars and Rock stars of the field?
13 Oct 2015