Former Real Madrid and Juventus attacker Gonzalo Higuain have contrasted Lionel Messi of Paris Saint-Germain and Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United.
Ronaldo and Higuain were teammates at Real Madrid and then Juventus.
Prior to his announcement of his retirement from international football in 2019, the 34-year-old was Messi’s teammate with the Argentina national team.
He has now discussed what it’s like to share a dressing room with Messi and Ronaldo, claiming that it was simple to get along with both Ballon d’Or winners as a teammate.
That is why I’m telling you, Higuain said in reference to Messi and Ronaldo, according to TyCSports (via PSGTalk). You must adjust to such excellent players and be familiar with their personalities.
“They have that goal-driven greed, and when they indulge in vice, things don’t turn out too horribly for them. Each of them has 800 goals.
Higuain continued, “It was to watch, enjoy, and understand him as a teammate. Get used to him. I’m overjoyed that he was able to win because I know how hard he worked for the national team.
He described Ronaldo as “a calm, kind individual. He struck me as mature and already having children (at Juventus). He leaned against me as we conversed and sought my advice on many matters. Like he believed in me. In actuality, our interaction in the second stage was positive.
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