Ronaldo to Maradona: You are the best in history, after me

Cristiano Ronaldo, former Real Madrid star and current Juventus, congratulates Diego Armando Maradona on his 60th birthday.

Portuguese player Cristiano Ronaldo advanced Real Madrid the previous And Juventus The current congratulations to Argentina legend Diego Armando Maradona on his 60th birthday.

This came in a video clip sent by Ronaldo to Maradona, and he joked about him and told him that he was the best in the world, but after Cristiano himself.

Ronaldo said: “Hey Diego, how are you? I listen to some Cumbia, let me congratulate you on your 60th birthday and wish you the best, brother.”

He added: “I want your affairs to go well throughout your life and to always enjoy it. You are number one, but after the beach.”

Today, Maradona is celebrating his 60th birthday and went out in press statements and talked about several things, including Barcelonas dealings with Messi recently.

Maradona had previously praised Ronaldo in press statements this week, stressing that what he had done with Lionel Messi had not reached any other player.

Maradona: I hope to repeat my goal by hand, and no player has reached half of Ronaldo and Messi

It is worth noting that Maradona had won the World Cup title for Argentina in 1986 before losing the final in the next edition to Germany in Italy.

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