We’re talking about the two powers of world football: Cafu finds it hard to pick between Messi and Ronaldo

Former World Cup winner Brazil captain Caifu has said that it is difficult to choose between ‘world football powers’ Cristiano Ronaldo and Leona Messi.

“We are talking about the two powers of world football. They have been at the helm for 15 years. One has won six awards, the other five. It is very difficult to choose between them. They are both great players.” Cafe told FIFA in an interview.

Kaifu appeared in three consecutive FIFA World Cup finals, winning the 1994 and 2002 editions respectively. The defender is also Brazil’s most capped player and on Sunday he turned 50 years old.

Seeing the feeling of becoming a world champion, he said, “Being a champion was an immense pleasure, a feeling of completion.”

“We went back to the hotel and everyone celebrated. Some were with their family, others with their friends. Some went out to dinner, others at once. We all passed away with joy. It was sensational. ”

“Brazil played well. I think that’s how we played as a team, which made us world champions. But Tafeller was really great. He played really well throughout the tournament and he saved a penalty in the World Cup final. , So that was good for me. ” the most important. Aldair and Marcio Santos played really well, Romario and Babetto scored goals, but for me, Tafel was incredible. ”

When asked about France’s great Zinedine Zidane, Capu said: “One of the best players I’ve seen – technically, physically. He had an extraordinary vision of the game. To improve, His thinking ability to react was impressive. He was always positioned. Prudent himself. He was outstanding. ”

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold has been compared to Cafu in recent times and Brazil has referred to the youngster as a rare talent.

“He is a sensational player, a rare talent. If he keeps playing the way he has been then he will be considered one of the best players in the world. He has the ability to win (the best FIFA male player) award. He is technically. Fantastic, he has so much quality. He has a Brazilian style. I love watching him play. And playing in such a fantastic team will help him move forward.”

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