"Saw few clips where Aston villa fans ridiculed about the way Ronaldo celebrates his goals.
The reason why Messi doesn't get such unnecessary hate from crowd is because he has this wholesome way to celebrate his goals. Everyone knows he'll kiss his badge & will dedicate his goal to his grandmother by raising his fingers and pointing it to sky.
The opposition doesn't feel humiliation when they concede against Messi but instead they get to see a grandson remembering his roots and honoring his club and family in the most beautiful fashion.
Not only the celebration is iconic but it's the most beautiful thing there is in this world. The Greatest player ever has the most beautiful celebration ever."
You don't celebrate a goal as if you are fighting an enemy. Football is a friendly thing and when you score and twist your face making certain gestures, it's not more football but a fight. Messi is different from cr7 but they are all great players.
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