Liverpool ace Salah: Am I at Ronaldo, Messi level?

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But Ronaldo suffered an injury in the 2-2 draw against Barcelona in the El Clasico.

Ronaldo posted a picture on Twitter of himself in training, along with the caption: "Back on track".

While Messi's face this year suggested he was actually alright with his Real Madrid counterpart scooping the award, Ronaldo never fails in showing how pissed off he is with taking a silver medal, which goes a long way to explaining the relentless run of success he has enjoyed throughout his career.

The former Manchester United was not included in Real's starting lineup against Celta Vigo in their match day 37 in the Spanish League, and could also be rested for their final game of the season at Villarreal next Saturday.

He will now hope to secure Liverpool's top-four finish against Brighton on Sunday, before helping Jurgen Klopp's side beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final. It is a knock, but he didn't damage his fibula. It's incredible that he's already walking after 48 hours.

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Former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder Steve McManaman believes Ronaldo will be in tip-top condition for the final.

Ronaldo is happy to let others discuss the respective merits of two men with 10 Ballons d'Or between them, with an age-old debate regarding who is the best seemingly set to rumble on for some time yet.

The Argentina global was named the world's best player for the fifth time when he was awarded the Ballon d'Or in 2015, but has watched Cristiano Ronaldo beat him to the title twice since then.

The Egyptian forward has taken the Premier League by storm this season, scoring 31 goals as he closes in on the Golden Boot award.

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