Former Nigerian International, Dele Olorundare has Given his Candid Opinion on what he feels has ended the Ongoing Debate or Comparison between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Cristiano Marked his Return to English Football With a Brace against Newcastle United, helping his team to a Comfortable 4-1 victory at the Old Trafford. It was Ronaldo who opened the Scoring for United in the 45th Minute, Pouncing on a loose ball spilled by the Newcastle Goalkeeper who failed to handle a Deflected shot from Mason Greenwood. 

In the Second half, Ronaldo got his second of the game and Manchester United's Second as well, handing back the lead to the Home side with the game levelled at 1-1. The Portuguese slammed home with his left foot after receiving the Ball from Luke Shaw.

Bruno Fernades and Jesse Lingard Ensured that the game was beyond the Reach of Newcastle United, Scoring a Goal apiece in the Closing stages to wrap up the game. 

It was Indeed a Memorable afternoon for Cristiano Ronaldo who heard the Old Trafford Roared in delight Once Again.

The debate on the Greatness of Cristiano Ronaldo and his Fierce Rival, Lionel Messi is not looking like ending anytime soon. The Argentine last week scored a Hattrick for Argentina as they trashed Bolivia 3-0 in their World Cup Qualifying Encounter. 

Nigerian Footballer, Dele Olorundare in an Exclusive interview with GOAL has made it clear that Ronaldo's Performance against Newcastle has put an End to the Debate on who is greater between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. According to Dele, he believes that the Portuguese is the Greatest of all Time.

“What a way to mark a return to Manchester United! Again, Ronaldo has shown that age is just a number in the beautiful game,” Olorundare told Goal.

“I feel his performance against Newcastle United has just put an end to the unending debate on who is greater between Ronaldo and [Lionel] Messi. That is now over and it is crystal clear that the Portuguese legend is the greatest of all time.

“In addition, he has proven the naysayers wrong because I am very sure many people criticised manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for bringing him back to Old Trafford."

“When some of his contemporaries have hung their boots and possibly gone into coaching, at 36 it looked like he [Ronaldo] is just starting his football career.

“Trust me, he doesn’t look like he would retire any time soon because his strength and speed are just unbelievable.”

Speaking on the Possibility of United Winning the league Title, Dele Olorundare stated that the win against Newcastle United doesn't Guarantee the League title but with Ronaldo in the team, there's a chance that the Red Devils could clinch the trophy.

"Well, we can’t say they [Manchester United] will be crowned as champions this season because they defeated Newcastle United,” he continued.

“However, that is not a near-impossible task if Ronaldo keeps up with his rich scoring form"