Real Madrid star tired of comparisons

Cristiano Ronaldo says him and Lionel Messi are different and shouldn't be compared to each other


Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed that he is tired of his comparisons with arch rival, Lionel  Messi.

The Portugal international and the Argentine are regarded as the best players in world football and have been competing with each other for theBallon d'Or.

Opinions are divided among football fans world over who the best among the two is and are often compared each other.

Ronaldo however is tired of it telling Reuters that he is different from the Barcelona star.

"I have my style, he has his style, his own style," the star said ahead of the release of his personal film 'Ronaldo'.

"We have to respect that people compare all the time. And it is normal, we are compared since we are babies.

"I don´t mean me and Messi but all the persons in school. Who is more clever, who is more fast, it´s normal, it´s part of the life.

"It does not surprise me any more but some times it makes me tired because it´s always same thing and they still repeat and repeat, one year, another year, every year."

The former Manchester United forward's flamboyant lifestyle has also made many to see him as arrogant and he thinks that's why he's hated.

"Maybe the way I am, my personality, the way I see football. I´m not a fake person. It´s normal, it´s part of the business. No one can control that."

Ronaldo's film, due to be released on Monday, November 9 depicts the striker as a family man and shows how he lives on and off the pitch.

The film which is distributed by Universal Studios will premiere in London.

Watch the trailer below:


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