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Neymar hails Lionel Messi as his 'idol', calls Cristiano Ronaldo a 'monster'

Neymar hails Lionel Messi as his 'idol', calls Cristiano Ronaldo a 'monster'

After a slow start in Italy, Ronaldo has started to show his real self for Juventus after his summer transfer from Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, former PSG goalkeeping coach Nicolas Dehon recalled Les Parisiens' infamous Champions League capitulation to Neymar-inspired Barca in the Champions League back in 2017 and suggested that rally still haunts certain PSG players, as well as the potentially decisive impact of Thiago Motta's absence. "But the only one who has won everything this year is Raphael Varane".

He has described the transfer as a "good choice" and "success", and added: "I achieved a lot of good things at Madrid and had some incredible times there, which I will remember forever, with some incredibly valuable team-mates".

After missing out on a third consecutive FIFA Best award, Ronaldo is still positive he can claim the Ballon d'Or following his achievements throughout the course of the year.

For Vinicius, it was a boost that one of the greatest players in the history of football, an inspiring figure for him, was there to look after him.

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I work for that. The way I work to get the goals and win matches without that in itself being an obsession. I don't think it has ever happened before in football.

On Ronaldo, Borja continued: "It's going very well".

Any footballer who has had the privilege of sharing a football pitch with Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo is lucky.

Ronaldo, who has firmly denied the allegation, said: "I gave an explanation to my partner". The worst is for my mother and sisters. "The next time they beat a European giant 4-0 at home, the dressing room will cogitate". "It's the first time I've seen them in this state".