Barcelona Players' Amazing Chant For Messi Takes A Massive Swipe At Ronaldo
Lionel Messi once again mesmerised the footballing world when he scored a brace against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League this week.
Of course, there were many people happy with his performance, but his teammates took that praise to a whole new level.
According to AS, Barcelona players had a six-word chant for the Argentine magician in the dressing room: "And now who is the best?"
In most cases, the song would be harmless. Considering this is Barcelona, though, they decided to sing it in the same style as 'Where is CR7.'
That's the song that Real Madrid players would sing to former talisman Cristiano Ronaldo.
Absolutely savage stuff from the Barça players.
Even though Ronaldo has moved to Juventus, that rivalry between the two will never end so long as they're both playing on the same pitch.
The Barcelona forward has made a stunning start for the club in Europe's elite competition, setting a new record with his incredible form.
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The Spanish club defeated Spurs 4-2, moved to the top of Group B and are level on the same points as Inter Milan.
Ballon d'Or voting begins soon. The only reputable accolade remaining. Any outcome that doesn't include Messi winning it is a wrong outcome. Dominated every single statistic table last season, all whilst having to play deep. Individually, levels above everyone. Only one winner.
- Dharma Bhagalia (@Kloppholic) 5 October 2018
"Messi is nothing without Ronaldinho"
"Messi is nothing without Xavi"
"Messi is nothing without Iniesta"
"Messi is nothing without Neymar"
In future : Messi is nothing without his legs.
The truth is : Football is nothing without Messi.
- Gèch David Beckham (@getaswhailu) 4 October 2018
Messi the best ever. Goals. Skill. Work rate. Attitude. An artist. #TOTBAR
- Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) 3 October 2018
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