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first_imgThe two-time World Cup winner has made 98 appearances for Brazil and won the Ballon d’Or twice.With a career spanning seven clubs, four countries and 18 years, the Brazillian has won a competition with almost each of his former employers.Cristiano’s career has lasted the same amount of time as his Brazilian counterpart, however, his records make him stand out as one of the greatest to grace the game.Read Also: Uzoho: Messi Made My Best Day In FootballThe prolific forward has the record for scoring the most in the Champions League and is one of a handful of players to have made over 1,000 professional career appearances.He has also scored more than 700 senior career goals for club and country in comparison to Ronaldo’s 309. Another added: “Even without R9, Brazil will win World Cup. Only Messi fans will say that R9 is better than Cristiano.”“CR7 hands down. You’d argue R9 was better if it weren’t for injuries, but there’s a reason why CR7 doesn’t get injured much. He’s a workhorse in and out of the pitch and he always makes sure that his in top condition,” a third contributed.The duo have enjoyed excellent careers and have left a lasting legacy on the game we have learnt to love and adore.Ronaldo Nazario’s nickname, O Fenomeno (the phenomenon), is a clear indication of the impact he left on the sport. With just a one percent majority, it proves that the debate about who is the greatest Ronaldo remains tight to this day.Advertisement Those on Facebook posted their viewpoints on the difficult question. One said: “No Comparison.. R9 Always.. One played to achieve everything and boast off and show off for the same.. and one played because he was born best at it.. R9 Forever.. Other one can take the name Christiano..” Football fans are torn between choosing Brazillian Ronaldo or Cristiano Ronaldo as the better player. Portugal international Cristiano came out on top, however, with 51% from more than 150,000 votes.center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooLil Nas X Is About To Beat A World Record!Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Who’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsFascinating Ceilings From Different CountriesThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More Loading… last_img read more

first_imgDES MOINES — One of the country’s largest Latino organizations is calling for a boycott of processed meat, due to outbreaks of the coronavirus at meat packing plants. The League of United Latin American Citizens — also known as LULAC — is calling on consumers to join their “Meatless May” campaign.“This is again the time for people in America to speak up…for safety and health procedures for these workers,” says Joe Henry, a Des Moines area leader in LULAC, “to make sure that we have justice in the workplace.”Henry and other advocates say in addition to COVID-19 testing for all employees at food processing plants, the corporate owners of the plants should provide paid sick leave and slow down production lines so workers can stand farther apart.State officials announced yesterday that 1653 employees at four meat packing plants in Columbus Junction, Tama, Waterloo and Perry have tested positive for COVID-19. Henry says that means the relatives of those workers are at risk of contracting the virus.“Aunts and uncles in these homes, grandparents are becoming infected and then having to go the hospitals,” Henry says, “and so it’s tragic.”State officials reported yesterday that for the first time, more than 400 Iowans were hospitalized for treatment of COVID-19 and about a quarter of those patients were on ventilators. Fifty-six percent of Iowans who have died of the virus were residents of long term care facilities.last_img read more

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