Ronaldo vs Adriano?

@capung (70)
Indonesia
March 9, 2007 2:38pm CST
who is the best? :D
16 responses
@andihs (92)
• Malaysia
21 Mar 07
of course adriano... maybe ronaldo win about speed... but adriano is so fantastic in shooting power... he can head the ball... ronaldo?? with his teeth??
@shyamlal (3538)
• India
18 Jul 07
well Adriano was good at one season and I don't think that makes him qualify to be compared to the legendary Ronaldo
@shyamlal (3538)
• India
18 Jul 07
What the hell..how can you compare the real phenom with the one season wonder guy...Ronaldo is among the legends of football
@stylez (91)
11 Jul 07
overall ronaldo is better he has had more successful seasons than adriano
11 Jul 07
of course it is the phenomenon only.adriano doesnt have the ball control and the breath taking skills that ronaldo is gifted.the speed that leaves the defenders spell bounded is also not found in adriano
• Australia
29 Jun 07
neither, Roberto Baggio is the best!
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
20 Jun 07
Ronaldo is better when he get really serious about soccer yea
@azn2jj (20)
• United States
16 Jun 07
Currently, there is no argument who is better; Adriano is the far better one, still showing great power and accuracy in his kicks while Ronaldo is not still the same Ronaldo he was during his peak. But comparing who is overall better during their respective careers, I think Ronaldo easily wins this battle. Ronaldo was voted the third most influential soccer player of our generation (after Zidane and Cantona), and he is currently the leading goal scorer in World Cup history. Although due to his injury he did not reach his full potential, he was nonetheless one of the most prolific strikers world has ever seen. Adriano has not even reached half of Ronaldo's accomplishments in the international level, and while he is respected out of many as a powerful striker, his accomplishments is nowhere near Ronaldo's. If he wants to be even compared to Ronaldo career-wise, Adriano better get started.
@johan04 (13)
• Indonesia
12 May 07
ADRIANO is the Best,Ronaldo is the beast.
@gcmthiago (239)
• Brazil
1 May 07
Ronaldo is better that Adriano, that doesn't play nothing makes a time and only it thinks about party.
@agari118 (38)
• Brazil
1 May 07
ronald is best, but i think he's instable, problems with his body. adriano is youngest, and a lot of better close to the goal. Maybe bought togheter, but if choose only one a still prefering the old "ronaldo fenomeno"
• Indonesia
1 May 07
I think Ronaldo is the best, bcoz ronaldo has achieve many award and has a great performance in the past. Adriano has'nt achieve any award and his performance is standard
@Smithzz (51)
• Malaysia
17 Apr 07
It depends in which area point of view.If u look at dribbling,u might find that Ronaldo is a better dribbler.However,if you look at heading,u will find Adriano win more air balls.Regards on finishing,Ronaldo would be a better finisher compared to Adriano.Shooting power should be almost the same thought in game shows that Adriano has powerful shooting skills. XD
@steerforth (1802)
• Italy
15 Apr 07
The best is Adriano! Adriano Leite Ribeiro (born February 17, 1982 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), known simply as Adriano or "The Steak" (a nickname coined by top Spanish football pundit David Harvey-(2002) due to his physical attributes) or the most widely used nickname "L'Imperatore" (The Emperor), is a Brazilian footballer who plays for F.C. Internazionale Milano in the Italian Serie A. Adriano is a burly player known for his agility, strength, balance, and ball control. His kicks are strong and accurate, though sometimes lacking technical execution. He is said to have one of the most powerful left feet in football. He began his career in the youth squad of Flamengo, and played in the pro squad between 1999 to 2001. Adriano entered the national youth teams as a teenager. He won the 1999 edition of the FIFA U-17 World Championship, and helped the Brazil team to the Quarter Finals of the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship; he was the top scorer for Brazil with 6 goals and won the silver boot award for the competition, with 5 goals, just behind the golden boot winner, Argentinian striker Javier Saviola. Adriano came to international fame in his first appearance for Inter Milan, when he scored against Real Madrid in the 2001 Santiago Bernabeu Trophy with a powerful free kick in his first eight minutes on the pitch. With Inter already boasting first-class strikers, they loaned him out to Fiorentina during 2002. In the summer of 2002, a two-year co-ownership deal with Parma for the player was agreed. At Parma, he and Adrian Mutu formed one of the most impressive striking duos seen in the Serie A for several years. They each scored more than 15 goals and numerous assists. He returned to the Nerazzurri in 2004 and signed a contract for four and a half years and has since cemented his place in the first team. He scored 15 goals in his 16 appearances during the 2004-05 season. From 11 July 2004 to 25 June 2005, he had scored an impressive total of 40 goals. They have come from an assortment of matches (28) including appearances in: Serie A, Coppa Italia & Champions League games for Inter in 2004-05; Copa America, South American World Cup qualifying, and Confederations Cup games for Brazil. Adriano's future at Inter Milan had been in doubt due to the onset of a lengthy slump; he had not scored in either European or domestic competition since March 29, 2006. The player finally scored after almost 9 months in a domestic match against Atalanta on December 23, 2006.
@lannylarm (116)
• China
30 Mar 07
Of course,Ronaldo, although he's older and fatter than before.
@miryam (6507)
• Italy
9 Mar 07
If he speaks of Ronaldo Of Milan, OK Ronaldo, even if I am juventina, but prefer Milan to Inter.
@layney (1053)
• Italy
9 Mar 07
Ronaldo's quality is far better than Adriano's one, but I think Ronaldo is not at his highest anymore, so differences between them are very few. Adriano is not the same as he was too.