Counting Down the Days!
Although many critics call it a Saudi cash grab, we honestly couldn’t give a sh*t…
I hope the farmer is prepared because the GOATS of professional soccer are about to collide for ‘One Last Dance.’
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have engaged in a long-standing rivalry on the football field throughout their tenures at Real Madrid and Barcelona, respectively.
Throughout their extraordinary careers, they have also been in close proximity to a multitude of records and accolades.
It has now been declared that they will collide again, this time in the Middle East.
⚽️ Inter Miami vs Al Nassr
🤩 Messi vs Ronaldo
🗓️ February 2024
🏟️ Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
🏆 Riyadh Season Cup
The Last Dance of two footballing greats is locked in 🔥 pic.twitter.com/7STR1DSjQg
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) November 21, 2023
Al-Nassr, a club from Saudi Arabia, and Ronaldo will meet Inter Miami–an MLS club boosted into the spotlight since the arrival of Messi–in February.
Soccer rumors have already billed it as ‘The Last Dance,’ and the intercontinental clash will be a part of the Riyadh Season Cup.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will face each other in February 2024 in a match called ‘The Last Dance’ 🥲 pic.twitter.com/5YGoM5oJLi
— GOAL (@goal) November 21, 2023
Messi’s erstwhile teammate at both Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, the Brazilian sensation Neymar, may also be present at the exhibition if he recovers from injury.
His Al-Hilal team is also competing in the tournament, which will conveniently occur before the unification bout between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk at the heavyweight boxing level. The UAE is going balls to the wall as usual… Respect!
However, the confrontation between Messi and Ronaldo is the subject of the most discussion among supporters in the wake of the announcement.
The latest soccer news is buzzing with excitement, and although many critics call it a Saudi cash grab, we honestly couldn’t give a sh*t; this UAE lot is doing great things.
But honestly, and in my (non) humble opinion, there’s only one G.O.A.T, and he already won ‘The Last Dance’ at the 2022 World Cup.
Messi vs Ronaldo
We already saw the “Last Dance”
— ZIAD IS HAPPY FOREVER 🇦🇷 (@Ziad_EJ) November 21, 2023
That said, Al Nassr will commit a legalized murder of the Inter Miami back netting if Mr. Beckham doesn’t sign some stars quickly. The difference in quality is worlds apart, and aside from Messi, the MLS club is severely lacking.
At the end of the day, there’s a huge difference between the two soccer icons…and I’m not here to debate over an undebatable topic (see below).
Difference between Ronaldo and Messi 🐐 pic.twitter.com/otTndRNQne
— Troll Football (parody) (@Troll_Fotballl) November 21, 2023