Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Maradona CANNOT play together…because none of them follow back, Diego Simeone claims

According to Diego Simeone, CRISTIANO RONALDO, Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona will never be able to play together.

Celebrities have a defensive mind Atlético Madrid The boss, 51, has revealed he will never begin to be named the three greatest players of all time together – because no one can trace back.

Maradona, Messi and Ronaldo can't play together, says Simeone


Maradona, Messi and Ronaldo can’t play together, says Simeone

Simeone developed a reputation for keeping it tight at the back and playing with real structure during his eleven years at Atleti, complementing his toughness with players attacking the star to kill injured during a break.

And thanks to his philosophy, which has brought him so much success, Simone has amazingly announced that he will not play Messi, Ronaldo and Maradona together.

However, he said that the Argentinian duo could be side by side without the Juventus star.

Talk about how Messi and Maradona compare back in 2020, Simone revealed: “They are different…

“One is a scoring machine. I have suffered every day in recent years [at the hands of Messi].

“Others” [Maradona] Argentine football is represented in one person.

“Today it seems that Messi, more mature, is starting to excel. They can play together.”


Then, when asked if the Argentine duo AND Ronaldo Simeone said being able to work together to create a terrifying attack trio, it is ‘impossible’.

He said: “Adding Cristiano will be more complicated. We will start to have holes.

“I always say that if a [player] not run, good. If the two do not run, difficult. If three does not run, can not. “

Simeone supports his defensive oriented style by pointing at Exciting Champions League victory over Liverpool at Anfield in March 2020, with Atletico Madrid were heavily criticized for their approach but Jurgen Klopp.

The Argentine coach said: “Football is like boxing because you have to know when to attack. At Atletico we know the virtues that we have as a team.

“For example, when we played against Liverpool, a terrible team, we knew we could hurt him.

“When they talk about how lucky we were, I think about a team that lost 2-0 and scored three goals. It’s not luck. The games have to be appreciated overall.

“Against Liverpool, we know that [Alvaro] Morata is injured and he will relapse. We lost 1-0, and the tension increased.

“I was thinking: ‘How can I put Morata there, stretch and get injured again; I kill myself; I’ll try with it until the end.”

“And it went well: he was injured, but he scored.” Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi and Maradona CANNOT play together…because none of them follow back, Diego Simeone claims


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