Griezmann looks into the eyes of Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

Griezmann looks into the eyes of Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

At the start of the season, Antoine Griezmann had to get used to his new position as a substitute with Atletico Madrid. Frustrating for someone who was at the best of the world a few years ago. However, Grizzo still managed to opt out of the game.

30 minutes and not another minute, these are the conditions that Diego Simeone has imposed on Antoine Griezmann since his appeal. Victim of a contractual dispute between Atletico Madrid and Barcelona, ​​the Frenchman sees his playing time limited by FC Madrid. In addition to these imperatives, Griezmann has not developed at a very exciting level in recent months, leading his coach to prefer Alvaro Morata and Joao Felix without putting pressure on the eyelid. And therefore Antoine Griezmann cannot express his full potential in the Spanish League as well as in the Champions League. What hinders the 31-year-old’s personal ambitions and touches his pride.

Griezmann is more efficient than Messi and much more than Ronaldo

Part of the French team since 2014, Griezmann has proven himself as one of the most important players in the world, especially after the 2016 European Championship. This prompted him to say, Eating at the same table as Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo In AS, after the French world champion title in 2018. Words that came back as a rebound after the difficulties the sport has experienced in recent months. Grizzo played more than 20 games without scoring in the first part of 2022.

Incompetence seems to be forgotten now in the 2022-2023 season. In fact, despite his low playing time, Griezmann has already scored two goals in La Liga as well as a late goal against Porto in the Champions League. He scored three goals in just 282 minutes. The Catalan newspaper Sport made its calculations and noted that the Frenchman scored every 94 minutes this season. Teasing, the daily can’t help but compare to the references of Griezmann, Messi and Ronaldo. The Argentine scores one goal every 162 minutes, it’s one goal every 378 minutes for the Portuguese. It is enough to give a smile to the Macon native, who can boast of better efficiency than the two world football stars.

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