In Sportswallah round-up, we work to bring the news related to cricket, football, tennis, badminton, hockey, kabaddi and other sports to the same place. Here are some of the big news which made the headlines on Tuesday.
The crazy amount of money showered on footballers earn them the tag of richest sports stars in the world. These boys earn millions of dollars and live a life that one gets to see only in Hollywood movies. Yes, they live a dream life in a plush adobe loaded with all the luxuries of the world and own such spectacular set of cars that makes people’s eyes pop out and roll in disbelief.
So, here is the list of 10 footballers with most expensive cars that will make you jump up and down.
At 33, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the fittest footballers of the world. The Portuguese superstar, who is still at the top of his game, is very strict when it comes to his diet and exercise, and that is the key to his fitness and super-hot chiseled body. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner leaves no chance to flaunt his sculpted ripped body; every time he scores a goal, he treats his fans by taking off his T-shirt. So, know Ronaldo's diet secrets along with his strict fitness regimen that helps him remain in top form.
Andres Iniesta, one of the greatest midfielders to have graced the game of football was born on May 11, 1984 in Fuentealbilla, Spain. The current Barcelona captain has won virtually every trophy there is to win in the game of football at the club and international level and has been a vital component in the massively successful Barcelona and Spain team over the last decade.
Dennis Bergkamp, one of the most elegant players to have graced the game of football, was born on 10th May, 1969 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He started his career as a striker, but it was at Arsenal, where manager Arsene Wenger utilized him in a more withdrawn role as a shadow striker behind Thierry Henry where the world realized his true genius. Along with Henry, Bergkamp formed one of the most fearsome strike partnership in the history of club football.
Bergkamp started his career at Ajax, coming through the ranks in their famed academy. It is apt that he was handed his first team debut by Johan Cruyff at Ajax, the player around who Bergkamp built his game on. He would go on to play 239 games for Ajax, establishing himself as a prolific striker scoring 122 goals in this period. His performances for Ajax earned him a move to European giants Inter in 1993, where he failed to settle in and would leave in 1995 after two subdued seasons. When he joined Arsenal, he was largely a forgotten man but Wenger's appointment in 1996 completely changed his career around.