Rapper Stormzy names his dream 5-a-side team featuring THREE Man Utd legends and a Brazilian icon up front | The Sun

BRIT rapper Stormzy has named his dream 5-a-side team… and it would take some beating.

The 29-year-old musician is a Manchester United fan and has loyally chosen three Red Devils in his dream team.

When asked on Sky Sports to name his dream team, Stormzy joked: "That's tough. I'm going to get cooked for this!"

The 2019 Glastonbury headliner opted for an attack heavy line up, picking just one defender to protect his goalkeeper.

Stormzy went for Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel between the sticks, with another Old Trafford in Rio Ferdinand the one man at the back.

The Ex-Red Devils won a combined 11 Premier League titles between them.

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Speaking on Ferdinand, Stormzy said: "My defender, I'm going Rio. He's my GOAT."

He couldn't split Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo – so decided to put both of them in his team.

And it's difficult to argue with his selections, even if the team is stacked with attackers rather than defenders.

Messi and Ronaldo have won 12 Ballon d'Ors between them, and are widely regarded as two of the greatest players of all time.

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Stormzy then picked CR7's namesake, Brazilian icon Ronaldo, to lead the line in his team.

The ex-Barcelona and Real Madrid forward won the World Cup twice with his country during his career, as well as two Ballon d'Or gongs.

Stormzy was at Old Trafford earlier this season for United's win over bitter rivals Liverpool.

The Red Devils fan even joined the Sky Sports team pitchside – leaving Roy Keane baffled.

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