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Cristiano Ronaldo: UCL Wins with Multiple Clubs Separate Myself, Lionel Messi 

Cristiano Ronaldo accepts his UEFA Champions League accomplishment with more than one club isolates himself from Lionel Messi. 

Ronaldo has won the opposition multiple times, once with Manchester United and multiple times with Real Madrid, while Messi has won it multiple times with Barcelona, where he has spent his whole profession. 

The Juventus star told DAZN (h/t Football Italia): 

"The distinction with Messi is that I played for a few clubs and won the Champions League with various clubs. 

"I was top scorer in the Champions League six seasons in succession. There aren't numerous players who won five Champions League prizes, so this is the reason I feel that I can recognize myself with this competition. 

"Messi is a great player who will be recalled for his Ballon d'Or wins, yet in addition for having improved—like me—after a seemingly endless amount of time after year. 

"I get up each day with the thought in my mind of preparing with the target of accomplishing something else, not simply to bring in cash. Express gratitude toward God, I don't need cash, so what I need to acquire is a spot throughout the entire existence of football." 

At the point when Barca won the Champions League in 2015—Messi's fourth title, but a hamstring injury kept him out of the 2005-06 rivalry from the quarter-last stage onwards—Ronaldo had just won it twice. 

In any case, the Portugal hotshot has made the opposition his own as of late with three back to back triumphs at Real Madrid from 2016 to 2018. 

The current year's last among Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur was prominent by the pair's nonappearance: 

Ronaldo is the opposition's unequaled top goalscorer. In 162 appearances, he has gotten 126 objectives, 65 of which came in the knockout stage. 

Messi, two years more youthful than the 34-year-old, has played multiple times in the Champions League. In that time, he has returned 112 objectives, with 46 coming in knockout games. 

As per Opta, of players with in any event 20 objectives in Europe's chief rivalry, the Argentinian has the greatest minutes-per-objective proportion having tracked down the net at regular intervals all things considered. 

They are roads in front of their adversaries with regards to supports and cap stunts, as well: 

In the last mission, Messi's semi-last first-leg free-kick against Liverpool was casted a ballot the objective of the competition, while Ronaldo scored a competitor against his previous club in the gathering stage: 

Given Ronaldo's achievements in the Champions League as of late, Messi's comparatively fantastic commitments have maybe been somewhat neglected. 

Having not lifted the prize since 2015, the Barcelona star will be frantic to add another award to his assortment this season. 

Juventus will push similarly as difficult to win it with Ronaldo, however, and on the off chance that they can stay away from the sort of upset they endured on account of Ajax in the quarter last season, they have an astounding possibility of doing as such.


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