Click to Watch in HD > LIONEL MESSI AND CRISTIANO RONALDO [ARE STILL ON TOP] DESPITE BEING OVER 30!
Watch please subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCumDaRt9jRtspuchH3AzP5g/?sub_confirmation=1Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Football-news-BestGoals589-435448870204311/[please guys like, comment and subscribe the video]Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are still on top despite being over 30Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are still setting new records and firsts despite being over 30Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are still setting new milestones despite being over 30You would think after a combined 23 seasons playing for Barcelona and Real Madrid, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo would be struggling for new milestones and firsts. Youd be wrong. On Saturday Ronaldo showed previously hidden leadership qualities as Madrid beat Alaves, even letting Karim Benzema take a late penalty despite the fact that he was on a hat-trick. And a few hours later Messi, bored of postage stamping his free-kicks, scored his first ever goal against Girona, with his first ever free-kick under a defensive wall in a competitive game. New records keep getting set, new teams are scored against in new and previously unseen ways. Messi and Ronaldo – now both the other side of 30 – show no signs of decline. Messi is La Ligas leading scorer and has 30 goals in 39 games. Ronaldo is Champions League top scorer and has 28 goals in all competitions in just 31 matches, So Ronaldo Has Better Goal Ratio Than Messi This SeasonCristiano Ronaldo is the first player to score 101 goals for same club and 117 goals all clubs in Champions League, Lionel Messi ranks second in the goalscoring charts for Europe’s elite knockout competition, clocking up 98 goals for Barcelona.The worlds best two players have both won the ballon dor five times, their grip on it is supposed to slip this year but who else is even close to taking the best player on the planet crown? How long can they both go on? Jorge Mendes predicted that Ronaldo could keep scoring until he is 40. For however long Messi and Ronaldos careers go on, one thing seems fairly certain: Even if the Barcelona No 10 and the Real Madrid No 7 shirts are not automatically retired when they stop wearing them, no player will want to wear them afterwards, the weight of all those goals will be too much.