Paulo Dybala: I told Cristiano I hated him


When they were teammates at Juventus, Paulo Dybala remembers telling Cristiano Ronaldo that he “hated” him.

The Argentine attacker, who currently plays for Jose Mourinho’s Roma, admitted in an interview with “La Gazzetta dello Sport” that he ‘practically detested’ the Portuguese international when he was younger.

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“I had three good years with Cristiano,” the Argentine international star added. He gave us more, and the team was already quite powerful. The rivalry between Messi and Cristiano is still very much alive in Argentina, and he once told Cristiano Ronaldo that he wasn’t a fan of him when he was younger.

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“One time we were going to play, I was in the back of the plane and he was sitting in the front,” added Dybala. He stopped by at some time during the flight to chat with me about football and other things. We discussed our lives, and I admitted to him that as a little child, I had a strong dislike for him. We always got along well and had wonderful conversations, so we laughed about it.

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In 2021, Ronaldo left Juventus, and Dybala followed not long after. The 29-year-old has played in 34 games so far this season and contributed to an astounding 25 goals.

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While Ronaldo is currently playing in Saudi Arabia after being released by Manchester United as a result of his explosive interview with Piers Morgon and his inability to get a club.

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After his Al-Nassr team fell behind 1-0 in the Pro League, there is viral video of Ronaldo yelling at his own bench.

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But Ronaldo has scored 11 goals in 14 games for his current team this season, quickly becoming as a crucial figure for the team.

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