3 pairs of best friends in football.
Football is more than just a game when some of your teammates become your best friends. Football, which emphasizes collaboration and teamwork, has resulted in the unification of some players and the formation of bonds between them. We'll talk about three pairs of best pals in football.
Messi and Suarez were best friends at Barcelona, and their friendship has lasted even after they both moved away.
Messi expressed his displeasure with Barcelona's treatment of Luis Suarez when he left the club. Suarez, for one, was enraged after learning of Barcelona's treatment of Messi's contract.
Both have extended their friendship to their respective families.
Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi are said to have a lifelong friendship.
1. Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.
Both play for the same club, Manchester United, as well as the same national team. Despite the fact that they are five years apart in age, they have maintained their bond and have been best friends for quite some time.
2. Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo
From the time Cristiano Ronaldo was a member of Real Madrid, the two have always had a strong bond.
In 2008, the two first met in an international match between Brazil and Portugal, where they had a spat. But once Cristiano Ronaldo joined Real Madrid, they were such close friends that when Ronaldo departed, Marcelo stated that he missed him.
Both of them extended their friendship to their families as well.
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