Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s remarks about the ‘Meho War’ were카지노 reexamined.
‘Meho War’ is the name given by domestic fans to the debate over Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. However, this does not mean that there are actually no such controversies. Messi and Ronaldo have been considered rivals of the century for nearly 20 years. This debate has virtually come to an end since Messi won the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar held last year, but it is undoubtedly still an interesting topic.
It was a topic of debate that all soccer fans would enjoy. This is because a clear rivalry was formed based on the times when the two players were in their prime. The fact that Messi represents Argentina, a South American country, and Ronaldo represents Portugal, a European country, and that the two players play for Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively, were factors that made this structure and debate interesting.
Ibrahimovic, who played in the same era as Messi and Ronaldo, expressed his thoughts on this ‘Meho War’. Ibrahimovic raised Messi’s hand. Zlatan thought that the only thing Ronaldo was better than Messi was his age.
Global sports media ‘Sport Kida’ said, “Zlatan said that the only thing that makes Ronaldo better than Messi in 2022 is his age. Fans have been debating this topic for nearly 20 years. Even current and former professional players have different opinions. When Zlatan was asked to compare Messi and Ronaldo, he claimed that the only thing Ronaldo has better than Messi is his age.”
According to the media, Zlatan previously said, “The only thing that puts Ronaldo ahead of Messi is his age.” Ronaldo was born in 1985, and Messi was born in 1987, so the age difference between the two players is two years. The reason was that the two players’ peak years were similar.
The reason why Zlatan’s remarks suddenly came into the spotlight again is because Ronaldo recently said that his rivalry with Messi is over. At a recent press conference for the UEFA European Championship (Euro) 2024 qualifiers, Ronaldo said, “Now that rivalry is over. There was no reason for people who like me to hate Messi. And vice versa. We are doing well. “We did it, we changed the history of football. We have a lot of respect. That’s the most important thing.”