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Littler ranks Man United legends… comparing Rooney and Ronaldo!

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Luke Littler ranks Man United legends in ‘winner stays on’ game… as teenage darts sensation compares Gary Neville and Roy Keane… as well as Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo!Littler has taken darts by storm but is a well-known Manchester United supporterA number of players featured, also including Rio Ferdinand and David BeckhamGareth Southgate deserves greater respect amid Man United links… who are these fools who doubt him? Listen to the It’s All Kicking Off podcast By Lewis Browning Published: 18:51 GMT, 21 March 2024 | Updated: 18:51 GMT, 21 March 2024 Luke Littler has ranked his favourite Manchester United players in a game of winner stays on.The 17-year-old darts sensation has taken the sport by storm sine bursting onto the scene at the World Championships last year, already winning three Pro Tour titles and participating in the Premier League.He will once again take to the stage on Thursday night in Dublin’s edition of the months-long tournament, first taking on Michael Smith as he looks to solidify his grip on a play-off place. As well as making headlines for darting reasons, he has also become well-known for supporting Manchester United, regularly sharing his support for the team and recently poking fun at Liverpool following the Red Devils’ FA Cup win over their rivals.In a video shared by Sky Sports, Littler ranked a number of United players, playing a game of winner stays on in a quickfire game.  Luke Littler has ranked several Manchester United legends in a game of ‘winner stays on’ The game concluded with Wayne Rooney (left) pitted against former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo (right)The teenage darts sensation picked his favourite player out of two stars presented to him ‘Hi, I’m Luke Littler, and this is winner stays on,’ the teenager began in a clip shared prior to his appearance in Dublin.First up, Gary Neville was pitted against Sky Sports colleague Roy Keane, with Littler picking the former after a few seconds of deliberation.Rio Ferdinand then entered the fray, preferred to Neville, though was out in the next round, ousted by David Beckham, who left United four years before Littler was born.There was little consideration for current captain Bruno Fernandes up against Beckham, with Littler saying ‘it’s got to be David’, before he also beat Ruud van Nistelrooy.’I didn’t really watch much of them, Littler admitted when Beckham beat Scholes, and the same was mentioned when Eric Cantona too fell victim to the former England captain. Former team-mates-turned-pundits Roy Keane (left) and Gary Neville (right) were pitted against each otherBeckham was finally dumped out by Wayne Rooney, with Littler saying: ‘I’ll probably go Wayne Rooney over David Beckham because I witnessed more of Rooney than David.’Finally, Cristiano Ronaldo was introduced against Rooney, with Littler deciding it was ‘Cristiano all day’, crowning the two-time United forward the winner of the game.

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