Former Barcelona Defender Dani Alves Insists Messi Is in 'Another World' Compared to Long Time Rival Ronaldo ▷ SportsBrief.com – Sports Brief

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Dani Alves has added more nuance to the Messi-Ronaldo GOAT debate, describing the former Barcelona captain as 'alien.'
The Messi-Ronaldo debate on who is the greatest footballer of all-time has seen both connoisseurs and football fans weigh in on the discussion with varying perspectives.
Ronaldo and Messi dominated European football for more than a decade, with the pair lifting a combined 12 Ballon d'Or awards over the course.
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The 39-year-old Alves, who played alongside Messi during their stint at Barcelona, reckons that Leo Messi is in a league of his own compared to his long-standing nemesis, Ronaldo.
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Barca legend Messi, who currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain, has won the coveted diadem a record seven times, while Ronaldo, who is a bona fide Real Madrid legend, comes close with five to his credit.
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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Brazil and Barcelona great Dani Alves has shed light on a behind-the-scene scuffle he had with Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of a Ballon d'Or Ceremony.
Alves, who made over 400 appearances for the Catalan giants across two spells, revealed that he was involved in a "tussle" with the then-Real Madrid superstar during his time at Barcelona.
Despite confessing his admiration for Ronaldo, the 39-year-old right-back disclosed the feud that ensued between himself and the Man United forward occurred at the height of the Barcelona-Real Madrid rivalry.
Source: SportsBrief.com
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