Who is better Messi or Ronaldo 2016?

Who is better Messi or Ronaldo 2016?

Messi is the all-time La Liga top scorer, as well as having the most assists in the competition’s history – with Ronaldo in second for goals scored and in third for assists provided – while Ronaldo is the UEFA Champions League all-time top goalscorer and assist provider, with Messi in second for both goals scored and …

When was Ronaldo’s last free-kick goal?

In his career, starting from his professional debut in the 2002-03 season with Sporting CP, Ronaldo has scored 55 free-kicks for both club and country….Ronaldo and free-kicks: 55 goals in 18 years.

Team Free-kicks scored
Manchester United (2003-09) 13
Real Madrid (2009-18) 32
Juventus (2018-present) 1

Is Messi the best free-kick taker?

Lionel Messi is the best free-kick taker in the world. Messi is now within one free-kick strike of matching his eternal rival Cristiano Ronaldo and has scored 13 more efforts in Europe’s top five leagues than any other player over the last five seasons.

Who is the god of free-kick?

Juninho Pernambucano
#1 Juninho Pernambucano – 77 free-kick goals Juninho is considered the greatest free-kick taker of all time. He was also the inventor of the knuckle-ball technique shoots as well.

Who is the king of free-kicks?

Lionel Messi started his Copa America campaign with Argentina in inspired form, as he scored an excellent freekick against Chile. It was Messi’s 57th freekick goal in his career, a number not even Cristiano Ronaldo can match.

How many free-kicks has Messi attempted?

Messi’s free-kicking genius blossomed late. It took him five seasons to register his first goal from a free-kick for Barcelona, and it was from 2015/16 that free-kick goals began to stream in frequently. As many as 33 of his 58 strikes have arrived in the last six years.

What happened to Ronaldo free-kicks?

Cristiano Ronaldo’s free kick scoring abilities are a “myth” says former England star Ian Wright. Ronaldo missed two free kicks as Portugal crashed out of Euro 2020 at the hands of Belgium Sunday. It means the 36-year-old has now scored one free-kick in 51 attempts at major international tournaments.

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