Fans freak out as stylish Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo pictured together

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi sent fans into a frenzy as they posed together in a stylish photoshoot for Louis Vuitton.

The football greats have been pitted as rivals throughout their careers as they've battled it out for the game's top spot. But supporters insisted Ronaldo's recent explosive tell-all interview slamming employers Manchester United proves Messi's the GOAT over the Portugal legend.

But Ronaldo quashed rumours that he and Messi were at loggerheads and claimed they had a 'great relationship'. The 37-year-old even teased that he could join Messi at Paris Saint-Germain in future as he searches for a new club amid the fallout from his United debacle that is likely to culminate in his swift departure from Old Trafford.

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And the pair could've been speaking about their future plans while they played chess on a Louis Vuitton briefcase in an advert promoting the luxurious brand.

The clip which Ronaldo captioned: "Victory is a State of Mind. A long tradition of crafting trunks photographed by @annieleibovitz for @LouisVuitton," drove fans wild on Twitter where they flocked to leave their opinions.

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One user gushed: "Such a powerful picture." While another mused: "We've lived among the Greatest. What a Blessed generation we are. #Messi #CR7," compiled with goat emojis.

Another supporter went as far as to claim the picture was the 'photo of the decade'. And a fourth user enthused: "This Is going to be the most liked picture in history."

However, the pair went straight back to being rivals after the photoshoot as their opposing nations prepare for the ensuing World Cup.

Messi is poised to play his 1,000th game for Argentina in Qatar, and Ronaldo will be looking to add to his tally as international top scorer in what's likely to be their last hurrah in the tournament.


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