Ronaldinho’s Opens up On Relationship with Fellow Brazilian Neymar

Ronaldinho’s Opens up On Relationship with Fellow Brazilian Neymar, Rene Otinga
updated at April 12, 2023 at 7:51 PM
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  • Ronaldinho has disclosed that he does not like comparisons after he was seen at Parc des Princes on Tuesday
  • The Brazilian legend was in Paris to see PSG’s 3-2 win over RB Leipzig in an intense Champions League encounter
  • According to the former Barcelona star who reunited with Messi and Neymar, each footballer has their own moment

Former Brazilian international Ronaldinho who was at the Parc des Princes to see PSG’s 3-2 win over RB Leipzig in the Champions League has described Neymar and Lionel Messi as good friends.

Ronaldinho’s Messages to Lionel Messi and Neymar After Being Reunited in Paris Finally Exposed
Ronaldinho says he does not like comparisons. Photo: Harry Langer
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His presence in the stadium on Wednesday, October 20 allowed him to catch up with his former teammates Messi and Neymar.

The Brazilian legend met the former Barcelona duo on Tuesday as he was in attendance as a guest of honour for the French club.

PSG was Ronaldinho’s first club in Europe having left Brazil back in 2001 to join the Parisians where he later became a cult hero.

The Argentine legend scored twice on the night including an audacious Panenka penalty as PSG claimed all three points.

Le Parisien asked Ronaldinho what he made about comparisons with Neymar. Ronaldinho said via Mirror:

“No, I don't like comparisons. Everyone has their own moment. We have all been through difficult times. But I think everyone in Brazil knows that he is the best player right now.
“Only, when things are not going well, it is more difficult for him, because he is the greatest. When things don't go well, there is a lot more pressure on him.”

Meanwhile, Ronaldinho and compatriot Neymar spent some time in an unidentified location but possibly in France.

The stunning image has definitely grabbed the attention of many football fans from all over the globe.

The two South Americans have featured for their country on many occasions and bagged historical trophies.

Having retired back in 2018, Ronaldinho also played for European clubs such as AC Milan and PSG. In his overall career for the former World Cup winners, he scored 33 goals out of 97 matches.

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Rene Otinga is a sports journalist with over eight years of working experience in digital media. Rene's experience includes working as a Copywriter at X News Kenya and