01/06/2016 17:24 CEST | Actualizado 01/06/2016 17:24 CEST

El once ideal para ganar la Eurocopa... a base de 'likes' en Instagram


Si creías que Instagram sólo valía para ver fotos de comida, estás muy equivocado. El fútbol interesa, y mucho, dentro de esta red social: una de cada cinco cuentas de las 100 más seguidas tienen relación con este deporte.

Ya que la Eurocopa está a la vuelta de la esquina, Instagram ha compuesto el once ideal con los jugadores europeos que más arrasan con sus publicaciones. El número uno es Cristiano Ronaldo, con 60 millones de seguidores, que saca amplia ventaja a los siguientes:

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo (60,1 millones de seguidores)
  2. Gareth Bale (17,4 millones)
  3. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (14,4 millones)
  4. Andrés Iniesta (11,7 millones)
  5. Sergio Ramos (9,4 millones)
  6. Iker Casillas (8,7 millones)
  7. Gerard Piqué (8,3 millones)
  8. Mesut Özil (6,9 millones)
  9. Toni Kroos (7 millones)
  10. Wayne Rooney (6,3 millones)
  11. Jordi Alba (6 millones)

En cuanto a las fotos o vídeos que más han gustado, Cristiano vuelve a colocarse en cabeza. La imagen que colgó en agosto del año pasado en la que salía junto a su hijo presumiendo de abdominales ha alcanzado los dos millones de Me gusta. La foto del vestuario del Madrid —en la que algo detrás de Marcelo distrae las miradas— de Bale tras ganar el clásico en el Camp Nou y un mensaje de despedida de Iker Casillas del Real Madrid en julio de 2015 completan el podio.

A continuación puedes revisar el ranking completo de las fotos que mayor número de Me gusta acumulan:

1. Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Like Dad like Son👌💪🏽

A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on

2. Gareth Bale, Gales


A photo posted by Gareth Bale (@garethbale11) on

3. Iker Casillas, España

After 25 years of defending the crest of the greatest team in the world, the most difficult day in my sports career has arrived: I have to say goodbye to an institution that's given me everything. During all this time, we've suffered, laughed, cried and had a good time together. I’ve always felt loved and the club has been unfailingly there for me, in both the good times and the bad times. This club has not only taught me to be an athlete, it has pushed me to develop as a person. It has helped me to grow, instilling in me the values that its crest defends: respect, team spirit, commitment, humility... and I've tried to reflect those values wherever I've represented Real Madrid. Today I'd like to make a special mention to all my team-mates. Throughout all these years, we've experienced unique and unrepeatable times together, team-mates with whom I've formed a family and shared tears of both joy and sadness. I'm leaving some great friends, but I know that wherever I may be, I can always count on them, just like they can count on me. My coaches and their staff have been my teachers, the best in the world: I'd like to thank them all, for their advice, their understanding, their experience and their professionalism. I’ve learned so much from all of them. I'd also like to thank all the staff: They've always been ready to support me and solve any problem. And all my affection for my parents and all my family, who through their efforts and devotion helped me to embark on this journey. And above all, my wife and my son, because they will be by my side every day, sharing every second of this exciting period in my life. And these final words, I dedicate them especially to all of you, Real Madrid fans, who know no bounds. Thank you for your unconditional support, for allowing me to raise each cup, for each victory, for being your captain, for being there in the good times and the bad, for extending your hand to me and for lifting me up. Don’t remember me for being a good or bad goalkeeper... Remember me as a good person, with its defects. Thank you to so many for so much. I'll never forget you, and wherever I go, I'll continue to shout: Hala Madrid!!!!!

A photo posted by Iker Casillas (@ikercasillasoficial) on

4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Suecia

On my way home with No. 27.

A photo posted by IAmZlatan (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) on

5. Gerard Piqué, España


A photo posted by Gerard Piqué (@3gerardpique) on

6. Mesut Özil, Alemania

🕋 #Mecca #HolyCity #SaudiArabia #Islam #Pray

A photo posted by Mesut Özil (@m10_official) on

7. Sergio Ramos, España

8. Andrés Iniesta, España

Sin palabras! Gracias a todos!!!!!!!!! With no words! Thank you everyone!!!!!!!

A photo posted by Andres Iniesta (@andresiniesta8) on

9. Wayne Rooney, Reino Unido

10. Toni Kroos, Alemania

What a pleasure to meet you, @djokernole! All the best! #tennis #lovetennis @mutuamadridopen #MMOpen

A photo posted by Toni Kroos (@toni.kr8s) on

11. Jordi Alba, España

@leomessi el número 1🔝

A photo posted by Jordi Alba (@jordialbaoficial) on


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