SkySport lost their mind: they put Ronaldo on 4th Position in Best Player of 2017

Real Madrid winner of last La liga and UCL and Real Madrid star Player Cristiano Ronaldo who won UEFA Best Player of the Year, FIFA player of the year and most valuable Ballon D’Or this year and Luka Modric winner of UEFA Best Midfielder 2017.

After many achievements, SkySport not looking impressed by Real Madrid players. As they put them in horrible and logic-less positions.

Take a look at the horrible Positions of Real Madrid Players according to SkySport best player 2017:

97. Luka Modric
One of the more surprising rankings on the list, Modric came fifth in this year’s Ballon d’Or vote after enjoying Champions League and La Liga glory with Real Madrid. His formidable understanding with Casemiro and Toni Kroos in midfield has allowed the forward line to flourish at Real.

81. Marco Asensio
The heir to Cristiano Ronaldo’s throne at Real Madrid? At just 21, Asensio is already setting the Bernabeu alight, while he was named in the European U21 Championship’s team of the tournament after impressing for Spain.

56. Toni Kroos
Alongside Luka Modric, the German midfielder is at the centre of things for Real, as he helped them to domestic and continental glory, with his 12 assists in the league being crucial.

22. Casemiro 
While other Real Madrid players have invariably put in headline-worthy performances, Casemiro has gone about his business in impressive style. The Brazil midfielder ranks second for the most tackles per game in La Liga this season (4.1 behind Leganes’ Ruben Perez’s 4.2) – a category he also came in second last year. A fine 2016-17 campaign for the midfielder was capped with a goal in the 4-1 victory over Juventus in the Champions League final.

17. Isco
Despite arriving at Real Madrid in 2013, it took several seasons for Isco to truly establish himself as a first-team player at the Bernabeu. In the past 12 months, however, he has become a vital component for Real and Spain, netting 19 times for club and country. His rise to prominence can be shown by the fact he started Real’s Champions League final win in May, having been used as a substitute in 2014 and 2016.

4. Cristiano Ronaldo


It has been another stellar year for Ronaldo, winning his third Champions League trophy and a second La Liga title with a glut of goals to boot. It was topped off with a record fifth Ballon d’Or win in December and he has already scored 16 goals in 22 Real Madrid appearances across all competitions this season.

Don’t know what’s the problem with SkySport, winner of almost all individual trophies this year is on 4th Position. Isn’t it weird!?

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