Lionel Messi is a higher than Cristiano Ronaldo, says Manchester United legend David Beckham. While Barcelona’s superstar is considered sitting in a class of his own.

Messi is a level above than Cristiano Ronaldo

Lionel Messi is higher than Cristiano Ronaldo, says Manchester United legend David Beckham. While Barcelona’s superstar is considered sitting in a class of his own. Many share this opinion about the valiant Argentine striker. His exploits at Camp Nou continue to amaze and raise the bar for individual mastery. The eternal rival Ronaldo is the only player who became close to Messi, while the pair shared 11 Ballon d ‘Or. The Portuguese. Currently starring at Juventus, really boasts many qualities in his game that the captain of Barcelona lacks. While the 35-year-old striker is all about physics and unyielding ambitions. Messi, however, captivated the audience with his greasy dribbling and daring finish for the best side of 16 years. With a remarkable return of 627 goals recorded for the Cules at that time.

There’s no another like Messi

For former England team captain Beckham, who handed No.7 a shirt at United to Cristiano. Also preceded him at Real Madrid, Argentinian flair defeats Portuguese power. He told reporters: “He is one in his class as a player, it is impossible that there is another like him.” Messi, like Cristiano Ronaldo, who is not at his level, is both superior to the rest. “Beckham briefly shared the Champions League stage with Messi at the end of his distinguished playing career. LA Galaxy ex-midfielder was on the books at Paris Saint-Germain by the stage”, as he was getting ready to hang his boots in France. In 2013, PSG was paired with Barca in the quarterfinal stage of Europe’s premier club competition, while the Catalan giants progressed in away goals after a 3-3 stalemate over two legs.

Beckham’s side was ahead at one point during their visit to Camp Nou, but Messi left the bench in that game, and Pedro grabbed what would prove to be a decisive effort in the interesting link. And as soon as he arrived, Barcelona scored – said Beckham. – Although at my age I liked playing at such a level, I do not like to lose. In both matches, we did what we should be proud of. “We did not lose against Barcelona, ​​and that is what should motivate us.”