If Messi was Brazilian he would have won the world cup already: Roberto Carlos

Football News: This time also the Argentine ace will also go for the global glory with his country, while the former Madrid star among the observers.

Messi could have won the silverware much earlier if he plays for Brazil.

After the end of this world cup, Lionel Messi will end his international career with Argentina, and former world cup winner rubbed some salt to his wounds by saying that Messi could have won the trophy by now if he was a Brazilian.

With his club side he has won several trophies and also claimed five Ballon d’Or awards as well, but yet to win an international gong for his country.

Messi has played three finals with Argentina but failed to win any of them and that inability to win the trophy and that slip into take him international retirement after he struggled to cope with the struggled dreams.

However, Messi broke his retirement and came back to his squad to get his hands to the world’s most prestigious trophy.

Former Brazilian world cup winner voiced: “If Messi were Brazilian, he would be a world champion.”

Though the Selecao could not be managed to win the trophy since Messi’s international career to date in 2005.

This time Brazil is one of the contenders to claim the trophy with their star stubbed squad, this time they have players like Neymar, Coutinho, Gabriel Jesu.

The former Brazilian full-back also avouches that in this generation with whom he likes to play alongside, though the Argentine skipper made to that list,

Question asked Carlos with whom in this generation he likes to play alongside?

He replied: “With Neymar, with Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

“Cristiano is the best for me.”