Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo has snubbed Cristiano Ronaldo as he picked two Red Devils stars as his role models.
The Nigerian attacker picked Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke as his role model, both strikers were superb for Red Devils in the 90s, and their exploits lead Manchester United to treble, the Champions League, the FA Cup and the Premier League.
Ighalo is a huge fan of the Manchester United and he watched Sir Alex Ferguson led the team in the 90s that dominated the Premier League.
Cole scored 93 Premier League goals in almost 200 games for Manchester United, he won five league titles in just six years spent at Old Trafford.
Yorke also enjoyed a largely successful spell at United, being a vital member of the club’s 1999 treble-winning squad
I watched Andy Cole growing up,” the former Watford star told beIN Sports, as quoted by The Express.
Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke, they were two strikers at United who used to score goals.
They were very strong and scored a lot of goals.
Ighalo has scored four goals in eight appearances for Manchester United.