Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney rates Lionel Messi as the best player ever, above former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
When asked to choose between the two best players in the world, Rooney declared Messi as the best ever, while team-mates Tom Cleverley and Jonny Evans were not so sure.
Rooney said in a Google hangout with DHL: "They're two different players. But I think Messi's incredible. I think he's the best ever, so I'd have to say Messi.
"But Ronaldo has been a bit unlucky because, in any other time, he'd be winning all the awards Messi has. But they're two of the best players of all-time."
Since moving to Spain, Ronaldo has scored an incredible 183 goals in 181 games for Real Madrid, while Messi has scored 301 goals in 366 games for Barcelona, an equally impressive feat.
Cleverley said: "I never played with Ronaldo. They're two different players, but at the minute I'd probably take Ronaldo."
Evans, meanwhile, also gave his vote to Ronaldo.
"It's hard to compare them because we haven't had the chance to see Messi up close every day, but we've had that with Ronaldo," he said.
"I was in the first-team for one season when Ronaldo was here and you sort of take it for granted, the quality he had, but I really don't think I could choose between them.
"But just for the fact I've seen Ronaldo day in, day out, and the dedication he has, I'd probably have to say Ronaldo."