Sancho can be as good as Messi and Ronaldo – Reus
By Abiodun Ogundairo
03 October 2020 | 12:20 pm
Sancho can be as good as Messi and Ronaldo - Reus
Lionel Messi is still at the World Cup after Argentina cruised, collapsed and finally conquered in the face of Dutch resistance. Support for the Albiceleste is felt around the world and, at least for Messi, even beyond.
Argentina won the World Cup on Sunday (December 18), defeating defending champions France 4-2 on penalties, following a dramatic 3-3 draw after extra time.
Brazil’s Ronaldo Luís Nazário has congratulated Argentina and Lionel Messi after they beat France to win the World Cup. Messi was also honored with the Golden Ball award for the tournament’s best player. In a tweet, Ronaldo said that “football of this type dispels any rivalry”. He noted that many Brazilians were cheering for Messi during the "electrifying final”. "A farewell worthy of the genius who, far beyond being a World Cup star, led an era.
Messi says he won't retire from international football after captaining Argentina to its first World Cup trophy in 36 years. "I love football, it's what I do," he said. Messi turns 36 next year but believes he has plenty to offer his country.
Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Saudi Arabia club, AlNassr FC as a free agent on a €200 million per year contract for two seasons. Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr announced the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo on December 31, 2022, on a two-year contract, paying the Portuguese player €200 million per year.
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Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr have denied reports that Cristiano Ronaldo has a clause in his contract where the Portugal forward is to serve as an ambassador for the Gulf country's 2030 World Cup bid.
Paris St. Germain train in Doha on the eve of their friendly against a Riyadh XI which pits Lionel Messi against Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia.
Lionel Messi and Iga Swiatek are among the favourites for the 2023 Laureus World Sport Awards after the nominations were announced on Monday.
Lionel Messi was named FIFA player of the year 2022 on Monday as Argentina scooped all major men's awards after winning a vintage World Cup final last December.
Two months after winning the World Cup, Argentina's Messi has been named the best male footballer over the last 12 months, eclipsing Kylian Mbappe and Karim Benzema. Spain's Alexia Putellas won the top women's player.
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