Cristiano Ronaldo recently named Ricardo Kaka, Wayne Rooney, and Didier Drogba as the world’s best football players, leaving out Lionel Messi in his list.
Prior to El Clasico big clash at the Camp Nou between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, Real’s ace and former Fifa Player of the Year revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence on the field would certainly make things a lot better for Los Blancos on Sunday.
The Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo might have just recovered from an injury that kept him out from action for 2 months, but he certainly will forget his pains when his side enters the Camp Nou on Sunday to fight the forces of Barcelona in El Clasico. Cristiano Ronaldo is often compared to Barcelonaâ€™s Lionel [...]
Lionel Messi is known as one of El ClÃ¡sicoâ€™s heroes. Indeed, Lionel Messi has been able to score 6 goals for Barcelona in his 4 last appearances against giants Real Madrid, despite struggling with a few injuries on certain occasions.
The big clash between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid which will take place at the Camp Nou this weekend will undoubtedly be an unforgettable one. The least thing that happens during El Clasico might even have an impact on the playersâ€™ careers, as well as on the fansâ€™ belief towards their teams.
The West Ham United manager Gianfranco Zola lately revealed that he preferred Lionel Messi to the Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo.
Here is a question… â€œHow would it feel to be Lionel Messi?â€ This is a question quite difficult to answer, as many fans will have different points of view. However, considering all his achievements in the previous season, most supporters are likely to reveal that they would feel like â€œChampions for the year 2009â€.
In previous parts of this article, we compared Manchester United and FC Barcelonaâ€™s achievements, as well as their key players; but, today, we look at something different. FC Barcelona and Manchester United often complain that they suffer wrong decisions from referees;
â€œHe is a player I would pay to watch…â€ These were the words spoken by the Barcelona playmaker Lionel Messi before the Champions League final in Rome.