Inter Miami paid millions for Messi, even though Cristiano still overtakes him in this ranking around USA

Cristiano Ronaldo overtakes Lionel Messi in a special ranking in the United States.

Cristiano Ronaldo happy after scoring a goal for Al Nassr this season and Lionel Messi in an Inter Miami shirt.

Black Maps reports that despite Lionel Messi playing in the United States MLS, Cristiano Ronaldo is the most searched footballer in Google in the USA. This is a shock to many since Messi currently plays in North America while Ronaldo is playing all the way in Saudi Arabia with Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League. Ronaldo is one of the most popular footballers on the planet and this proves it once again.

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While North America searches a lot about Ronaldo, South America tells a whole different story. Messi dominates the scene when it comes to being the most searched footballer in this region of the world. He is easily the most searched footballer in Argentina. Other countries that mostly search for Messi are Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Venezuela.

Ronaldo is the most searched for in a few countries in South America, such as Colombia, Paraguay, and Guyana, and is the one who is highly searched for for the Portuguese striker on Google. Meanwhile, in Brazil, Neymar is the most searched footballer on Google, and in Uruguay, Luis Suarez is the most searched. Chile's most searched footballer on Google is their countryman, Alexis Sanchez.

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Messi's form in the MLS so far is what many football fans expected. The Argentine grabbed a goal and an assist in Inter Miami's 3-2 win against Sporting Kansas City. Messi became the first player in MLS history to score five goals and provide five assists in their first five games. It is an impressive 10-goal contribution in only five games for the Argentine.

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