Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two greatest figures in the world of football that will never be forgotten base on the records they have set. Messi's 7 times Ballon d'Or and Ronaldo's 5 may never be matched by any player in years to come.
Messi's move to PSG and Ronaldo's return to his old club Man United saw the two players enjoying new life in their football career. The two players may have successfully moved to new clubs but Ronaldo seems to be having a good time with Man United than Messi at PSG. Lionel Messi who has never played for another team and league except Barcelona and La Liga is no doubt facing a tough time at PSG after failing to score a goal for his new team.
Lionel Messi V Cristiano Ronaldo Stats at new clubs.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored in every single game since he made his debut for Manchester United. The Portuguese scored his third Premier League goal against Westham United on Sunday. Manchester United is sure Ronaldo will challenge Kane, Salah, and Romelu Lukaku for the Golden Boot this season.
Lionel Messi made his second Ligue 1 appearance at PSG during the weekend match against Lyon. The Argentine is yet to score for his new club ever since he signed a deal that will earn him close to £1m-per-week. Messi was not happy with Pochettino’s decision to replace him with Hakimi during the home match against Lyon.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored in his 177th Champions League match against Young Boys, equalling Iker Casillas’ all-time appearance record in the competition, and increasing his goals tally to 135 goals, leading the competition's all-time top scoring chart. Lionel Messi in his first Champions League match for PSG could not score a goal or provide an assist. Although their team couldn't win their UCL match with Man United losing 2-1 to Young Boys and PSG forced to a 1-1 draw with Club Brugge.
Free scoring Cristiano Ronaldo could be having an edge over his G.O.A.T. rival Lionel Messi who has always been criticized by Ronaldo fans that "he can only play at Barcelona or La Liga". He has always been challenged to leave Spain to prove himself just as Ronaldo has moved from England to Spain, to Italy, and then back to England.
Cristiano Ronaldo could prove to the whole world his uniqueness and superiority over Messi if he continues with his current form. Ronaldo shows no sign of weakness as the 36-year-old keeps scoring for Man United in every match.
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