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UCL: My Heart Is Divided –Ronaldinho Speaks Ahead PSG Vs AC Milan

UCL: My Heart Is Divided  –Ronaldinho Speaks Ahead PSG Vs AC Milan

Brazilian legend, Ronaldinho says it will be difficult for him to predict the outcome of today’s Champions League clash between PSG and AC Milan at Parc des Princes, Paris.

Ronaldinho, who played for both PSG and AC Milan during his professional football career, also hoped to watch the game in the stadium.

“I expect a magnificent match and I hope to be able to be in the stadium, both for the first leg and the second leg,” Ronaldinho told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“Because they are two clubs that I carry in my heart, two teams in which I played and two places where I was very happy, so in my evaluation I am moved by sentimental reasons.”

 

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“Having said that, there is also the technical aspect: two very great teams, full of history and with a brilliant present, with many magnificent players on both sides, for all these reasons I expect two super challenges.

“After a complicated start due to the radical change in men, tactics and methodology resulting from the arrival of Luis Enrique, the French seem to be growing, but don’t ask me for a prediction, my heart is divided and it seems like a more than valid excuse to get out of embarrassment.”


Ronaldinho is regarded as one of the greatest and most skilful players of all time.

Due to his ability to score and create goals, he was capable of playing in several offensive positions, on either wing or in a free central role.

Throughout his career, he was often deployed as a winger, although he usually played as a classic number 10 in an attacking midfielder role. While he is naturally right–footed, during his time at Barcelona, Ronaldinho was also used as an inverted winger on the left flank at times by manager Frank Rijkaard, while the left–footed Messi was deployed on the right; this position allowed him to take on defenders on the outside and cross the ball, or cut inside and shoot on goal with his stronger foot


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