However, while Messi has scored more goals than Ronaldo in La Liga, Ronado’s goal ratio is much better. He has 176 goals in 163 games in the Spanish top flight, meaning he averages 1.08 goals per match. Messi, meanwhile, has 242 goals in 274 games and averages 0.88 each match.
Who is faster Messi or Ronaldo?
Ronaldo is a very fast footballer- but Messi is faster and more agile than him. Messi’s body structure is what that helps him to change his pace so quickly and it helps him to change his direction of dribbling without having to bleed away momentum- unlike Ronaldo.
Who is the king of Champions League?
Cristiano Ronaldo leads the UEFA Champions League in all-time goals scored, scoring a total of 135 goals. Lionel Messi sits in second place with 120 goals. Both players stand well clear of the other contenders, with third placed Robert Lewandowski scoring 73 goals.
Who is the king of Serie A?
The award is currently held by Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 29 goals for Juventus in the 2020–21 season.
Who is faster Neymar or Ronaldo?
Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, commonly known as Neymar Jr. or simply Neymar, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a forward for French club Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national team. His top speed is 31 km/hr. According to FIFA, Cristiano Ronaldo’s fastest speed is 31 km/hr.
Is Ronaldo better than Messi?
Ronaldo’s international career puts him on a higher level than Messi. In fact, Messi has never won an international trophy. He lost finals in both the Copa America (the South America championship) and the World Cup. Meanwhile, Ronaldo led his Portugal side to win the 2016 European Championship.
Is Mbappe faster than Ronaldo?
Mbappe has 1,589 more minutes on his clock than Ronaldo aged 22 and a half, indicating he has become more vital earlier into his career. Apropos of nothing, Ronaldo didn’t complete a full game for Portugal until his 11th cap, playing all 120 minutes of Portugal’s shootout victory over England at Euro 2004.
Who is the best player in Juventus history?
Without further ado, here is Juventus’ All-Time XI:
- Gianluigi Buffon. The veteran custodian narrowly beats out Dino Zoff for the starting role between the sticks.
- Lilian Thuram.
- Gaetano Scirea.
- Giorgio Chiellini.
- Antonio Cabrini.
- Alessandro Del Piero.