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Boateng: "Play against Messi is more difficult that against CR7"

Published:26/05/2017 - 16:24h

Updated:26/05/2017 - 16:24h

"Play against Messi is more difficult that play against Cristiano Ronaldo", affirmed in a recent interview the defender of the Bayern of Munich Jerome Boateng. The international German left clear that prefers to see to the of the Madrid to find with the one of the Barça

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The own professional of the world of the football postran to the feet of Leo Messi in the comparative, eternal already, with Cristiano Ronaldo. It gives the same to who give him the prizes at the end of season, the one of the Barça has to his mates of profession won, as it is the case of the central of the Bayern of Munich Jerome Boateng.

"To Messi simply can not it stop only. With Ronaldo sometimes can work because he bets first of all by his physical power", explained Boateng in statements to the magazine "Sport Bild". The international German, this yes, cleared that the luso has improved lately.

Then , in his opinion, thinks that "however, Ronaldo has changed his game and looks for less the dribbling and concentrates more in the definition. This has done more difficult to play against him because has a big sense of the anticipation and defines with an alone touch".

Neymar, Hazard or Benzema, other cracks for Boateng

The defender aimed on the most difficult forwards to which has confronted , beside Messi and Cristiano, to the also barcelonista Neymar, to the Belgian Eden Hazard of Chelsea and to the French Karim Benzema. It fits to stand out that the defender suffered to Messi and "Ney" does three seasons in this 3-0 in the Camp Nou where remained signalled by his slip in front of Leo. 

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