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Cristiano Ronaldo Leads BCCI Chief Selector Ajit Agarkar’s Ultimate Manchester United 5-A-Side Dream Team

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Ajit Agarkar, a former Indian cricketer and now the chief selector for the BCCI, really loves Manchester United. Recently, he got to pick his dream team for a 5-a-side football match, and he chose some amazing players. He picked Peter Schmeichel, a legendary goalkeeper, to guard the goal because he thinks Schmeichel is one of the best ever.

“It’s an easy one for me, he’s a legend of the club, when I started watching or following United he was the guy,” said Agarkar.

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For defense, Agarkar went with Nemanja Vidic, another legend who played for Manchester United. Vidic is super strong at the back. In midfield, Agarkar chose Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney. Scholes is a brilliant passer of the ball, and Rooney, who’s also Manchester United’s top scorer, is great at scoring goals.

“Don’t have to say anything much about Paul Scholes, he could play anywhere and do anything on a football pitch. Wayne Rooney is among probably the top three United footballers that I liked,” Ajit added.

And finally, as the striker, Agarkar picked Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo led Manchester United to big victories, including the Champions League, before moving to Real Madrid. Even though Agarkar is now busy with cricket and Ronaldo is still playing football, they both share a love for Manchester United.

“How can you not have Cristiano Ronaldo in a 5-a-side game, he’ll probably do everything that needs to be done,” stated Agarkar, lavishing praise on the Portuguese superstar.

Speaking of Manchester United, they’re currently in sixth place in the Premier League. But there’s some excitement because a group called INEOS just bought a big stake in the club, hoping to help them win their first league title since their legendary coach, Sir Alex Ferguson, left in 2013.

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