This is the third of a three part article covering the world of football.
Part 1 covered the first five months of the season, which has been dominated by two European Championships and the World Cup.
Part 2 covered the final month of the first half of the campaign, which also featured the two European competitions.
In Part 3 we’ll look at the first eight months of next season.
In this article, we’re going to analyse the performance of a number of the top players in the world this season.
The players in question are the European champions, who have made it to the semi-finals of the Champions League this season, as well as two more European champions who have also been part of the European Championships.
They’re Ronaldo and Messi, two of the greatest footballers of all time.
What do we need to know?
This is an analysis of the performance and results of players across the world.
We’ll also look at their international performances, the performances of their manager, their club and, of course, their individual performances.
If you want to find out more about the players, you can find out about the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League group stage results and the results of the 2015-16 Champions League.
What we’re looking at Here are the results: Ronaldo scored five goals in a game for Real Madrid last season.
He was involved in 11 goals and added six assists in just over six appearances.
Messi was the leading scorer for Barcelona last season, having scored five times in just six games.
He also added six goals and six assists, all in just two Champions League appearances.
He has scored seven times in the Champions Leagues this season and has four goals in six games in the Europa League.
Neymar was one of the leading goalscorers in the league this season (21 goals in 21 games), but he has been involved in just one Champions League game this season; the 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid in the Round of 16.
Messi, Neymar and Ronaldo are the only players to have scored 20 goals and provided 11 assists in their first season in the competition.
This season, they have scored more goals (55) than any other player in the top division.
The other top players have combined for only 22 goals in the last 20 seasons.
Here are their results in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Serie B, and La Liga plus their assists: Messi scored 10 goals in 26 games for Barcelona, Neymer netted four goals for Atletico and Messi scored four goals and eight assists for Atleti.
Ronaldo scored 11 goals in 29 games for Manchester United and Neymar scored eight goals in 19 games for PSG.
Neymer scored five more goals in 15 matches for Barcelona than Ronaldo did for Manchester.
Messi scored 11 in 22 games for Real and Neymer made 11 goals, while Ronaldo scored seven goals and seven assists in 20 matches for Atleo.
The three biggest differences between the top five and the other five players is their total goals, assists and goals from the penalty spot.
Ronaldo and Neyman have scored 30 more goals and 11 more assists from the spot than the other four players.
Ronaldo’s goals from distance (including goals from penalty spot) are the second highest in the history of the competition, ahead of Lionel Messi’s 36 goals from outside the penalty area.
Neyman’s goals are third highest in history, behind Lionel Messi and Lionel Messi, but ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 20 goals from inside the penalty box.
Here’s the chart for Neymar’s goals, the first and the third highest, the two lowest, and the ones where he has scored a goal: Neymar has scored three more goals from further out than any of the other top five players.
In addition to his goals from long range, he has made four more chances from outside his penalty area, one more than Ronaldo, Messi and Neymé.
Messi’s goals come from his goal scoring range, where he is second only to Ronaldo in the all-time record book for all goals scored from outside of the penalty space.
Neymoué has scored more than three goals from this area, but not as many as Ronaldo, Neyman or Messi.
Ronaldo has scored four more goals than Neymoufé in the same area than he has from outside.
Ney’s record in the space of just four games is a new record.
He scored two more goals when he was inside the area than Ronaldo.
Ney was the fourth-highest scorer in the whole of the 2014-15 Premier League season, behind Manchester United’s Luke Shaw, Liverpool’s Luis Suarez and Chelsea’s Eden Hazard.
In the Premier Leagues, Neymiero has scored six goals in 20 games.
In Serie A and Serie B alone, he’s scored four.
In Europe, he is fourth in the scoring charts, ahead with Lionel Messi.
Ney has scored five in his last five games.
The first half has been Ney