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Ronaldo And Ronaldinho Finally Answer GOAT Debate Between Lionel Messi And Cristiano Ronaldo

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Brazilian legends Ronaldinho and Ronaldo revealed that they would choose Lionel Messi ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as the ‘GOAT of football.’ Messi and Ronaldo’s status as two of the best players in the history of the sport has led to many debating who is the more complete player.

And both Ronaldinho and Ronaldo, who are widely revered for their respective footballing legacies, praised the Juventus superstar and Barcelona captain.

Ronaldinho, who played alongside Messi at Barca, admitted that he didn’t have “enough time with him” and would have “loved to continue playing alongside him.”

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The 40-year-old Ballon d’Or winner explained: “Messi. I would have loved to continue playing alongside him.

“I didn’t get enough time with him, he was very young. I’d love to take to the pitch with him one more time.

“He’s the best in history, no doubt. Nobody has done what Messi’s done. The other one [Ronaldo] is complete, he has it all.

“So does Messi, but it’s a question of taste and I prefer Messi’s style.”

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Ronaldo, 43, praised five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano and said that he is “out of this world” like Messi.

But the two-time World Cup winner, who has defended Cristiano in the ‘real Ronaldo debate,’ believes that Messi is a more complete player.

“He [Messi] is out of this world. Cristiano, too, but I see Leo as more complete,” Ronaldo said.

“He’s great. I like him much more than any other player. Everything he does is spectacular.”

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Football icon David Beckham has also weighed in on the Messi-Ronaldo debate and argued the Juve superstar “doesn’t reach the level” as his fierce rival.

The 45-year-old ex-Manchester United star added that the six-time Ballon d’Or winner played a part in his decision to retire from the sport.

“I probably decided to retire when Messi was running past me,” Beckham admitted.