"Our rate of progress in football has been slowest even compared to other Asian teams", is a modest analysis by none other than India's most capped footballer Sunil Chhetri. India stood 173rd in the FIFA ranking in March 2015 which was a far cry from its current 96th place thanks to the likes of Sunil Chhetri. This Army kid from Delhi followed the footsteps of his parents to take up professional football at the age of 17 and has come a long way since then to become the 4th highest goal scorer in the world. Did you know Sunil's mother and aunt played football for Nepal's national team. On this week's episode of Walk The Talk, watch this humble footballer narrate his rise to fame.