Neymar left Messi and Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain for a world record fees of £198millian in August. The Brazilian has not struggled for form since his switch, scoring 20 goals for PSG in all the competitions.
However, former Barcelona star Ronaldo believes the move was a step down in terms of his footballing development.
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But Ronaldo believes his decision to play for PSG is a bad career move.
Neymar has starred for PSG, scoring 20 goals in all competitions - 11 of those strikes in Ligue 1 - but in an interview with ex-Brazil global Zico via YouTube, former Barca striker Ronaldo said: "Sportingly, the decision is a step back".
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PSG head to the Loire on the back of a 6-1 rout of Ligue 1 rivals Rennes in the French Cup and a 2-0 midweek defeat of Amiens to reach the League Cup semifinals. This is already the same tally he finished last season with, and his goals have helped PSG go nine points clear of Monaco at the top of Ligue 1. In Madrid knew that to sign the Brazilian from Barcelona they did not succeed, but now Neymar belongs to the PSG that gives hope, "Creamy" on the successful completion of the transfer. A poll of users on UEFA.com picked Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Marcelo among the best players of past year.
In an interview with Zico, he said: 'Sportingly, the decision is a step back.
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The 25-year-old scored from the spot as the holders Paris Saint-Germain secured a scrappy win to advance to semi-finals.