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For his arrogance, Messi’s lesson to Cristiano, who has the worst time in England

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He said that he is better than the captain of the Argentine team, now he is experiencing a difficult moment shortly after the World Cup

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo dominated world football for more than a decade. The majority of the individual prizes were shared between the two, however, they currently live different realities. While Messi shines with the PSG shirt, the Poruguese, who said he was the best, is experiencing a difficult moment in the Premier League and received a heavy blow.

The highest winner of the Ballon d’Or (7) does not stop standing out with the shirt of the PSG. He has 12 goals and 14 assists between Ligue 1, French Super Cup and Champions League. His present makes the Parisian board try to renew it until 2025. In addition, FC Barcelona, Inter Miami and Manchester City also dream of having it from mid-2023.

For his part, Cristiano Ronaldo is going through a complicated panorama shortly after Qatar World Cup. He forced his departure from Manchester United, he did not complete the preseason and that is visible in the Premier, where he had a new setback.

Against Aston Villa, CR7 went unnoticed and was only a trend due to the fight he had with a rival. It barely adds a bit to the local tournament and two goals in Europe League

The low blow to Cristiano’s ego:

Cristiano Ronaldo, who at the time stated that he is the best player in history, is not only experiencing a difficult present, since his market value has dropped considerably. The Portuguese now has a price of 20 million euros (15 less than a few months ago), according to ‘Transfermarkt’, while Lionel Messi continues to cost 50 million.

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The official: Cristiano Ronaldo sends message after Portugal World Cup announcement

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