While choosing the greatest players to play by his side, former argentine striker Martin Cardetti chooses his PSG fellow superstar Ronaldinho over his countryman Lionel Messi. Besides having a great career with Brazil, Ronaldinho spent his years with Barcelona, PSG, and AC Milan.
The Brazilian maestro won the 2005 edition of Ballon d’Or besides helping his country to win the FIFA World Cup. Besides, he also helped the Catalan side to win the UEFA Champions League and La Liga. However, Lionel Messi has already achieved six Ballon d’Or and ten La Liga titles as of 2020.
Former Argentine footballer Martin Cardetti thinks Ronaldinho is way better than Messi
Martin Cardetti spent a full season besides Ronaldinho in the French capital playing for PSG. However, Ronaldinho moved to Barcelona in 2003. While talking about the Brazilian legend, Cardetti said, “As a coach, for my team, I would choose Ronaldinho at his best over Messi.”
He said, “I shared a year with Ronaldinho, and he is a different player, he’s touched by God,” and then added, “He always had fun; with the ball, he was always doing things, and he practiced a lot so that he could replicate those things in matches.” The star also said, “You see him in training, in matches and every move he makes is different from everyone.”
Ronaldinho – Skills and Goals
The Argentine footballer said, “Players like him appear very rarely and they are remembered in football history,” and then added, “I’m proud to have been a teammate of that kind of player.” Ronaldinho, on the other hand, recently clarified his recent trouble in Paraguay, and said, “We were totally surprised to learn that the documents were not legal. Since then our intention has been to collaborate with the justice system to clarify the facts.”
The star said, “From that moment until today, we have explained everything and facilitated everything that has been requested of us.” He then also added, “It was a hard blow, I never imagined that I would go through such a situation. All my life, I have sought to reach the highest professional level and bring joy to people with my football.”