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While Messi didn't make it to the MLS playoffs, Ronaldo and Al Nassr break records in Saudi Arabia

By Liam Styles

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are shining away from Europe

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are shining away from Europe

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Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been two of the greatest rivalries in football worldwide. It should be noted that both have been characterized as extremely talented footballers and it is becoming more and more common to hear from them over and over again. For this reason, it is expected that things will go for the best for both of them with their new facet today in their careers.

One of the things that surprised many is Messi's decision to emigrate to the United States, precisely to the MLS. For this reason, many have indicated that the Argentine was still at the level to play at the highest level. However, after a bad experience at PSG and a stormy exit from FC Barcelona, it seemed that there was no turning back for the Argentine

At the same time, things pointed to Spain after not renewing with the Parisians. Meanwhile, a confident David Beckham was waiting for the signing of the year and probably the best signing in the history of MLS. Thus, with all the criticism on top of it, Lionel Messi was announced with Inter Miami. Despite having a great season, the former FC Barcelona player's team failed to qualify for the playoffs

Meanwhile, in Saudi Arabia, things are completely different for Cristiano Ronaldo and Al Nassr, and in the process they racked up another new record.

 

Ronaldo and Al Nassr's new record

It should be noted that 20 matches have elapsed since qualifying for the AFC Champions League, in which Al Nassr remains undefeated. Despite the poor start to the season, Luis Castro's team has gone from strength to strength and is just a few points behind Neymar's Al Hilal in the Saudi Pro League. With the win over Persepolis, the Saudis have a perfect run in the Asian Champions League

 


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