Along with himself, Messi, and the player he considers the GOAT, Ronaldo names.
Fans and analysts continue to argue over who is better between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Their two-decade reign at the top of the sport has made the GOAT debate a two-horse race.
Ronaldo assumed command of the new Saudi Arabian effort after a turbulent second stint with Manchester United, leading an expanding group of well-known athletes who are moving to the Middle East.
In the meantime, his enduring adversary moved from Major League Soccer in Europe to the United States, according to the Mirror.
Despite their heated competition, Ronaldo and Messi frequently profess their respect and appreciation for one another.
The veterans haven’t held back when praising one another on the instances when they’ve been compared.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner once cited Messi and another guy who he believes to be among the best players he has ever seen.
The host of a contentious interview with Ronaldo that contributed to his departure from Manchester United asked the player about the greatest player he had ever seen, leaving out himself.
In an effort to settle the continuing Messi vs. Ronaldo argument about who is the better player, a scientific investigation was conducted in Liverpool, according to Sports Brief.
The two football veterans, who have a combined total of an outstanding 12 Ballon d’Or awards, were the subject of a study that the researcher thought he had finished, and he published his findings.
Without a question, Zidane is a modern-era great.
Ronaldo and the former France international are close friends because he led the forward to three straight Champions League victories while playing with Real Madrid.
The previous 15 years of European football have been dominated by Ronaldo and Messi, who have competed fiercely for individual awards and club championships their whole careers.
They are regarded as two of football’s all-time greats, and many believe that they share the title of the game’s all-time greatest player.
In consequence, it has long been assumed that the two are hostile toward one another.