The Spanish international and FC Barcelona’s young midfielder Denis Suarez believes that the Argentine ace is incredible and the best footballer ever in football history.
According to the young midfielder Messi is not only the best on the pitch, but added that Messi is just as impressive off the pitch.
The 29-year-old Argentine ace Lionel shone once again at the weekend as Barcelona came from a goal behind to beat the home side Sevilla 2-1 on Monday in La Liga as the Argentina international scored the equalizer for Barcelona in 43rd min, which was his 500th goal for the Spanish giant in all competition and assisted the winning goal of the match.
And according to the 22-year-old Spanish international Denis Suarez, who rejoined Barcelona this year Messi is an incredible player.
As Denis said,
"Leo proves every day he's the best, you have to be prepared to be amazed.”
"I'm surprised by his ambition, he doesn't want to lose any single little game. If he's losing, he can dribble against three players and score.”
"Some people have been with Messi for a long time. They have a lot of respect for him because of how great he is, but I'm not surprised as he's very close [with] and asks about his team-mates.”
"He's an incredible person."
While the FC Barcelona’s defensive midfielder Sergi Roberto feels Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't even come close to Messi and he is in no doubt that Barcelona teammate Lionel Messi is the best player in the world.
As Roberto said,
"Cristiano is a great player, he's scoring a lot of goals,"
"But playing with Leo is a pleasure, because you have the best player in the world with you.”
"In training it's a pleasure. It's incredible what he does in every game and in every training session. I have never seen a player like him, his continuity. He made his debut for Barcelona a long time ago, but his level has not decreased. That makes him even better.”
"For everybody who watches football it's easy to say who is the best. How he plays, his passes. Even if he doesn't score, he gives assists. He helps you a lot, and in the more difficult games, he makes the difference."