Argentina's past striker interviewed local media in his state defending the flea: "No one can understand what's going on, like no one could understand what's going on Maradona" • He added: "For me, he won't stop being bigger if he doesn't win In the World Cup "
Crepes. "Football owes Leo"
Messi. Getting a pironh
Hernan Crespo is considered one of Argentina's greatest pioneers of all time. Crespo, who today is 44, won four championships in Italy and England, recorded 64 appearances at Albislasta and scored 35 times. While Lionel Messi is still receiving quite a few reviews in his country, he has been unable to take the local team to great successes, Crespo knowing a thing or two about dealing with pressure and Pirgen's expectations in a flea interview.
Crespo said in an interview to Ole: "Being a messy is very difficult. No one can understand what is going on, like no one could understand what is going on in Maradona. It is impossible to understand what they think and how they live. Every Argentinian, to see him win the World Cup, but for me he won't stop being bigger if he doesn't win, because he is way beyond any degree or other. When you think about it, football is a must-have for Messi. He is an example of a professional, always serious, honest and just. "
Speaking of Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Crespo said: "They are fortunate in constantly pushing each other and improving each other. Brazilian Ronaldo was different, we didn't push him enough. No one can compare to him, his beauty in his movements, his creativity "He escaped defensive players, you can't compare to that. Cristiano has created a wonderful career with hard work, but he doesn't have Ronaldo's creativity."