Brazilian star Dani Alves is certain that Paris Saint Germain (PSG) superstar Lionel Messi is the best player in history. The veteran defender talked about Messi and other things in a chat with ESPN journalist Hugo Sanchez last week.

When asked about Pele, Dani Alves said his compatriot should not enter the debate concerning the best player in history as football has changed. According to him, Messi changed a generation and that he's going to stay with the people who are more with football.

Argentine national team skipper Lionel Messi has scored in his last three games for club and country. He scored the first goal as PSG came from behind to beat home team Maccabi Haifa FC of Isreal 3-1 in the Champions League with the likes of KylianMbappe and Neymar also on target for the French champions. He then scored the winning goal as PSG beat Lyon 1-0 away from home. Messi found the back of the net twice to lead Argentina to a 3-0 win over Costa Rica on Friday night in an international friendly. Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez scored the opening goal before Messi added a brace to make the scoreline more comprehensive.
Messi would be hoping to add to his tally when Argentina take on Jamaica in another international friendly scheduled to take place next week.
On his most difficult opponent, Dani Alves who plays for PUMAS in the Mexican top flight mentioned Manchester United talisman Cristiano Ronaldo as he said the Portuguese international doesn't let you breathe for a second.
When asked about retirement, Dani Alves said he doesn't like to think about the future and that he will play until he's 50 if Messi passes him on the list of the players with the most titles. On PUMAS, the right-back said he has one year to prove himself at the club.