‘Sacrificial lamb’, Vincent Aboubakar hits back at Cristiano: “I always thought Messi was better”



Vincent Aboubakar

The Cameroonian attacker Vincent Aboubakar who was sacrificed to open a gap for Cristiano Ronaldo at Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr has hit back at his replacement and did not hesitate to point out that Messi is better than the Portuguese.

At the moment, Ronaldo is waiting to make his official debut with the club at the exipration of the sanction he carried from the Premier League of England.

One of the figures of the Asian team,  Vincent Aboubakar and who everything indicates will terminate his contract in order to open a gap for the former Real Madrid player, attacked ‘CR7’ by pointing out that the Argentine star of PSG, Lionel Messi, World Cup winner with Argentina, is better than the Portuguese.

“I always thought that Messi was better than Ronaldo, but after training with Ronaldo, I realized that he was right” , the 30-year-old striker released, according to information reproduced by ‘NTV Spor’

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