- Cristiano Ronaldo has been selected by Toni Kroos in his dream fantasy XI team
- The German midfielder also regarded him as the best he ever played with in his career
- The Real Madrid star also picked Sergio Ramos, Carlos Casimero and six other German players
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Cristiano Ronaldo remains in the good book of former Real Madrid teammate Toni Kroos as the German midfielder named him in his dream XI.
The German international also called the current Juventus striker his best ever teammate when he was picking his fantasy team.
Speaking on the Einfach Mal Luppen podcast with his brother, the 30-year-old was asked to pick his fantasy team he could play alongside in his last ever game of football.
And the Los Blancos playmaker listed a host of stars from his days at Real Madrid and the German national team.
In goal, his national team goalie Manuel Neuer was his first choice behind a 3-2-2-3 formation.
In the back three, he selected Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos calling him one of the best central defenders of all time.
Ramos will share the defence with Kroos' former Bayer Leverkusen pals Gonzalo Castro and Stefan Reinartz.
The defensive midfield positions have the pairing of Bayern Munich star Joshua Kimmich and Madrid's Carlos Casemiro.
Kroos then pitched himself along with the 2018 Ballon D'Or winner Luka Modric in the more advanced midfield roles.
Then Ronaldo on the left flank who Kroos described the best player I've played with while Thomas Muller will operate from the right.
And legendary Germany and World Cup record holder Miroslav Klose will spearhead the attack for Kroos' dream team.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as the third most clinical finisher in the year 2020 despite notching up 21 goals for Juventus.
Ronaldo's incredible scoring record in the year helped Juve clinch their ninth title in a row but the 35-year-old only ranked behind two other Serie A strikers.
Atalanta's Luis Muriel and Sampdoria's Federico Bonazzoli are the most lethal strikers in 2020 despite scoring eight and five goals respectively.
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