GOAT debate: Ex-Argentina forward chooses Ronaldo over Messi
Former Argentina forward, Omar da Fonseca, has chosen Cristiano Ronaldo over Lionel Messi in the Greatest player Of All Time (GOAT) debate.
Fonseca represented the Argentine national team twice during his professional football career.
The debate about who between Ronaldo and Messi is better is a widely discussed one in football.
However, given Fonseca is Argentine, one would have expected him to pick his compatriot Messi.
But that was not the case, though, when he was asked to choose between both forwards, Fonseca simply said on Tik Tok: “Cristiano Ronaldo,” as quoted by Sportskeeda.
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