One of the greatest competitions in sports history, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have dominated the game of soccer in recent years. Test your knowledge of the two legends and their rivalry.
Messi has more, but note that he's also played more matches than Ronaldo.
Ronaldo is two years older than Messi.
Messi began his career with Barcelona and still plays for the team.
Don't ask Messi to reach the top shelf; he's 5 feet 7 inches compared to Ronaldo's 6 feet 1 inches.
The Brazilian footballer Ronaldo is retired now but is still considered one of the greatest of all time.
From 2009-2013, Messi won the FIFA Balloon d'Or each year.
While Messi has been with his girlfriend for years, Ronaldo has had a string of high-profile relationships.
Both players are in the same position, making their styles even easier to compare.
Messi is the face of rival Adidas.
The annual game is highly anticipated to see Messi and Ronaldo go head to head.
As of 2015, Ronaldo has more goals with Portugal than Messi does with Argentina.
Messi has scored three goals in a single game five times.
Messi was out for two months after injuring himself during a September 2015 game.
After Ronaldo's eye was cut with an elbow to the face in a 2012 match, he scored a goal despite the bloody wound.
So obviously it wasn't the same game, but throughout his career Ronaldo has managed to make a goal in minutes one through 90.
Messi holds the record, for 91 in 2012.
Messi laughs at Ronaldo's scattered goals and instead scored a goal against each team in a row.
Ronaldo became the first player in La Liga to score 50 goals, five seasons in a row in 2015.
Messi shares the five-goal record with Luiz Adriano.
In 2015, Messi became the youngest player to show up in a Champions League game 100 times.
To be fair, Ronaldo didn't win the European Golden Shoe four years in a row — but he is the only player to win it four times.
Ronaldo became a father in 2010; the mother wished to remain anonymous and granted full custody to Ronaldo.
The prize is selected by journalists and has been awarded to Messi twice since 2010.
Yup, both players have scored against every team in the Spanish league.
The charges were later dropped against the then-Man U footballer.
Both Messi and Ronaldo — and Vivian Woodward — have scored 25 goals in a year.
Ronaldo has had a series of issues with both his thigh muscles and ankle.
Messi and his father were accused of putting money in offshore accounts.
Okay, kind of a trick question — while Messi has made 31 appearances, there are several players who have made more.
Messi and Guevera were both born in Rosario, Argentina.