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Is Ronaldo better than Ronaldo Nazario?

Is Ronaldo better than Ronaldo Nazario?

R9 has won two World Cups While Cristiano may have that one European Championship to his name, his international trophy haul doesn’t come close to the original Ronaldo’s. Alongside winning two Copa Américas in 1997 and ’99, Brazilian Ronaldo has also won football’s biggest prize, twice.

Who is better dribbler Ronaldinho or Messi?

Leo Messi beats Brazil legend Ronaldinho as the best dribbler in the history of football by fans in a game proposed by French channel RMC Sports. Messi faced ex-Barca Ronaldinho in the final which he beat by a tight of 50.7 per cent to 49.3 per cent.

Who is better than Ronaldo and Neymar?

“Technically, Neymar is way better, but he [Ronaldo] is better when using the head. “You don’t see Neymar scoring with the head, and that counts [in Ronaldo’s favour].” Neymar has not been as lethal in front of goal for reigning LaLiga champions Barcelona this season.

Who is better between Ronaldinho and Cristiano?

Ronaldo along with Messi has averaged at least 55 goals as season for the past 7 years. High scoring teams usually hang around 100 to 120 goals a season, the guys already got 50% of them, with loads of assists as well. Ronaldinho had 2004 to 2006, Ronaldo from 2006 and counting. That’s topnotch consistency.

When did Cristiano Ronaldo start his football career?

Ronaldo’s career started in 2002, played (still playing) some amazing football 2005-2015. That is 10 years.

How did Spain draw with Cristiano Ronaldo?

Early in the second half, Spain’s domination was complete, leading to a new draw and soon after taking the lead… only problem being, Ronaldo played for the other guys; near the end he was fouled close to the box, he took the free kick and decreed the 3 – 3 draw. The headlines correctly read “Spain 3 – Cristiano 3”.

How old was Ronaldinho when he retired from football?

After a miffed E’to pointed fingers in multiple directions, Ronaldinho admitted he was not in his best shape and was transferred to Milan. His talent remained, but so did his lack of enthusiasm for fitness. After a series of appearances in ever declining leagues and teams, he retired for good in 2018, at the ripe age of 37.