Another day where history has repeated itself since 2004/05 UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE season where both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were exited from the UCL at the knockout stage.
The two GOATS of our time: CR7 and LM10 2020/21 UCL campaign were terminated by FC PORTO and PSG respectively.
Cristiano Ronaldo was very frustrated in the match and could not register a goal in both legs and was knocked out by 4-4 aggregate where away goal favoured the Portuguese side. Lionel Messi on the other hand manged to score a puskas goal at Parc des Princes but due to PSG outstanding performance in the first leg they qualify with 5goals to 2 on aggregate. Between Ronaldo and Messi are 9UCL trophies achieved:5 and 4 with which the two players mark the UCL first and second top scorers with Ronaldo registering 134 goals and Messi with 120.
Their exit in the UCL left many football lovers in grief and they have begun contemplating on the end of these two greatest footballers.
Do you also think their end is certain? Let's hear you in the comments box
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