The Spanish newspaper Marca published a message in which it stated that the end of the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, Argentinean Lionel Messi has come officially.
The newspaper headlined the following: “Officially the end: the era of the best attacking trio in history leaves Europe.”
And the report continues: “With the arrival of the Brazilian Neymar da Silva Jr The last great player of the golden age has gone to Al-Hilal.
And he said: “Change is inevitable and happens quickly and without any introductions, but as they write history, these names will remain in memory and will never be forgotten.”
He stressed: “Bale, Benzema, Cristiano (BBC), Messi, Suarez, Neymar (MSN) have peaked at Barcelona and Real Madrid between the years (2013-2018).”
And he continued: “These two bands caused real horror in Europe. They were different in every way, and what distinguished them most was their harmony on and off the field, as well as their constant thirst to beat the numbers.”
The Marca report added: “Neymar, Suarez and Messi are among the deadliest offensive lines in European history in the three seasons they have coincided with, led by Spanish coach Luis Enrique.”
And he added: “Amazing harmony for this trio on and off the field, as if they came out of the same womb. barca (160) goals in at least three seasons with the team.
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And he continued: “They won nine titles in three seasons, including a treble in 2015. From 2014-2015 to 2016-2017 they scored (364) goals and provided (211) assists.
And he stressed: “The outstanding rapport and harmony between them resulted in them scoring (124) goals for each other and they also took turns taking penalties.”
He continued: “The BBC and MSN trio have proven that having three star players on the same team is possible, provided they work together in harmony and full understanding, eliminating the culture of ‘me or vanity’ or one star in a team.” The trio enjoyed the high quality that made up for the lack it needed. his other colleague.
The newspaper concluded the report with a previous statement by the late Dutch legend Johan Cruyff, who said: “A dean cannot exist in one residence,” but this does not apply to the BBC or the MCH.