Sunday, February 10, 16:16 (GMT + 7)
There are still arguments about Messi and Ronald, the two best players of modern football.
Messi and Ronaldo are two big players. Definitely.
Now Ronaldo has 675 goals in his career, including 450 goals – most in Real's history, and this season has 17 goals for Juventus, 81 goals – the most history of Portugal and 121 goals – the most history of the Champions League. It also has a large number of 25 titles, 4 Champions League Lionel Messi and 1 Euro 2016 champion.
It is estimated that Messi does not have a leader like Ronaldo
Messi wore only the Barca Club shirt, which scored 590 goals and Argentina scored 81 goals. In La Liga he scored 413 goals, in the UEFA Champions League 106, the rest in the Copa del Rey, the Supercopa de Espana, the FIFA Club World Cup and the Super Cup UEFA. This achievement helped Lionel Messi officially cross the German football legend Gerd Muller to become the second most successful club attacker.
Perhaps the mention of the statistics with Messi and Ronald is too exaggerated, because it is extremely massive. They have got worse, but they do not make people to get to know the difference. In other words, these two superstars are the two other promoters who have established world domination over the last decade (and perhaps even longer). The argument about them is infinite.
From the perspective of former French footballer Emmanuel Petit insists that Lionel Messi is the greatest player of all time, but is still worse than Cristiano Ronaldo.
"Messi is not a player who knows how to lead it," he said. "He can not compare with Ronald in this regard," Messi said. "Messi is one of the best players of all time," Petit commented.
"Messi has to wake up when everything is good in Barcelona, he is a great player, but we saw this in the Champions League, when things do not go as he wants, he can be invisible." Messi is no longer helpful to the team and completely disappears, but just walk, not interested in balls.
So about what Emmanuel Petit wants to say is his leadership, the ability to influence the team. Look, if Real Madrid lost Ronaldo, how could Juventus and Ronaldo show their pride?
Ronaldo and his companions experience huge moments of Atalanta.