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Reasons Ronaldo is performing better compared to Messi since they both changed their teams

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are without a doubt the best footballers of the past fifteen years, and their competition has consistently been a subject of discussion on Europe's greatest stage. Lionel Messi has won six Ballon D'Or respects, while Cristiano Ronaldo has won five. This late spring, Ronaldo joined Manchester United, half a month after Lionel Messi joined PSG. 


In the wake of winning two sequential players of the month grants, Cristiano Ronaldo has secured himself as Manchester United's key man. Bruno Fernandes and Edison Cavani have gelled well with the Portuguese sensation. In the English Premier League, Ronaldo has four objectives, and in the UEFA Champions League, he has five. 

In Paris Saint-German, Lionel Messi remains covered by the shadows of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar. In spite of scoring three Champions League objectives this season, the Argentina worldwide still can't seem to score an association objective for PSG. Ronaldo has been the star of each match he has played this season, and he set up one more brilliant execution in the wake of scoring two objectives against Atalanta. 


There are justifications for why Ronaldo is beating Messi this season. Lionel Messi has not been in his best structure since moving to Paris Saint-German, and these three components could be to be faulted. 


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Lionel Messi will see it hard to be the essential fascination at Paris Saint-German. Neymar, Mbappe, Di Maria, and Julian Draxler will all need to establish a connection against the best groups on the planet. 


Manchester United is intensely dependent on Ronaldo, and he is very much aware of the assumptions for his fans, accordingly he should perform as well as could be expected to help the group. 


Cristiano Ronaldo has experience playing in Portugal, Spain, Italy, and England. Since he has association experience, his second residency in England doesn't give off an impression of being a test. Lionel Messi has spent his entire expert vocation in Spain, so changing in accordance with another association might be hard for him.

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