Sunil Chhetri: Will beat Messi-Ronaldo for India too… This statement of Sunil Chhetri will win hearts – sunil chhetri said he can beat Messi and Ronaldo for India


New Delhi: Sunil Chhetri, the captain of the Indian football team, is currently in the limelight. The Indian team has recently won the SAFF Championship under his captaincy. India defeated Kuwait in a penalty shoot-out in the final of the SAFF Championship in Bengaluru. India won the SAFF tournament for the ninth time. Earlier, the Indian team had also won the Intercontinental Cup. In both the tournaments, 38-year-old star striker Sunil Chhetri played a key role for India. At the same time, Captain Chhetri has also given a big statement. He has said that he can even beat Messi and Ronaldo for his country.Will beat Messi-Ronaldo for the country – Sunil Chhetri

Speaking to News18, Sunil Chhetri said, ‘When it comes to giving my best for the country, I can beat Messi and Ronaldo.’ Apart from this, regarding his increasing age, Sunil said that he is feeling good now.

He said that the day he did not feel well, he would stop playing. Sunil said, ‘I am feeling very good right now, and I am motivated to do good for the country. The day I don’t feel like it, I will leave. But I do not know when this will happen.

Indian Football Team won the SAFF Championship by defeating Kuwait in the final

Sunil Chhetri’s career was like this

Indian captain Sunil Chhetri has played 142 international matches so far, in which he has scored 93 goals. He is the third active goal scorer behind Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina’s Lionel Messi. Although Chhetri is at number four in the list of all-time goal scorers. Iran’s Ali is at number three with 109 goals. In this list, Ronaldo is at number one with 123 goals and Messi is at number two with 103 goals.
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