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Video: Ronaldo still doesn’t like the ‘Messi, Messi’ chants

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We can see how Cristiano Ronaldo still doesn’t like the ‘Messi, Messi’ chants against him when he loses on this video. 

Cristiano Ronaldo has always hated the fans who chant ‘Messi, Messi’ when he loses a game or a final.

This tends to happen to him on a regular basis, and he is still not over it.

This year hasn’t exactly been the best one for Ronaldo in regards to his rivalry with Lionel Messi.

The Argentine won his sixth Ballon d’Or and Golden Shoe, surpassing Ronaldo in both accolades.

This was obviously not taken very well by the Portuguese player, which made this reaction even more valid for him.

We thought that this trauma was a thing of the past for Cristiano, but he clearly is still not over it.

We recently saw him stating that the rivalry between the two of them was far from over, it was only getting started. 

The incident.

This happened in Saudi Arabia right after Juventus lost the Italian Supercup against SS Lazio.

We showed you how Cristiano Ronaldo refused to wear the second-place medal, he immediately took it off after he received it.

What we didn’t know, is that many fans in the stadium were bullying Ronaldo.

Fortunately, he didn’t react terribly to this abuse. We could only see the Portuguese star smiling towards the fans who were chanting Messi’s name in front of him.

But it’s evident he still doesn’t like it one bit. It’s funny how Leo never gets this type of abuse from Ronaldo’s fans, we wonder how he would react to them.

We can only hope that incidents like this one can ignite the fire in Cristiano’s belly.

We would love to see him back to his best form in 2020. But for now, all he can do it sit back and take it.