Lionel Messi asked to pick between Neymar and Ronaldinho

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Lionel Messi may well be the world's best footballer, but it's safe to say that he has had a number of world-class teammates throughout his remarkable career. 

The Argentina international, who is currently gearing up to take on Chile in the Copa America final, has been involved in a Q&A session and was asked one very interesting question in particular.

Indeed, as reported by Sport, the revered 29-year-old was required to pick between the Brazilian duo of Neymar and Ronaldinho. 


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Messi, as you can imagine, found the question extremely tough and his response wasn't exactly surprising. 

Ultimately, he just couldn't pick between the aforementioned stars and just insisted that he has been 'fortunate to have played' with the both of them. That's probably fair enough. 

The big question 

Messi stated: "Ohhhh! That's very difficult! I am happy to have played with both of them. It is a tough thing to happen and I have been fortunate to have played with each of them, so it is very difficult to choose just one."

As mentioned, then, the technically gifted star will now be determined to secure Copa America glory with his country. 

After succumbing to defeat at the hands of Chile in last year's final, Messi and co. will be sure to give everything in the pursuit of silverware. 

Who would you pick: Ronaldinho or Neymar? Have your say below! 

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