Jose Mourinho appears to have taken a slight swipe at his former player Cristiano Ronaldo after going out of his way to declare his Brazilian namesake as the best player to bare the name.
Speaking in a new documentary about the life and career of Mourinho's mentor Bobby Robson, the Manchester United manager recalled the spectacular season Brazilian Ronaldo spent at the Nou Camp under Robson's stewardship.
With Cristiano the only other player staking a claim to be the best Ronaldo, Mourinho appeared to be targeting the Real Madrid star when he broke mid-sentence to underline his opinion that the Brazilian was the superior player.
Jose Mourinho speaks about his time with Bobby Robson in a new film about the late manager
Sir Bobby Robson's influential career as a football manager will be told in the words of those who knew him best, as well as the man himself.
The film will be released next on June 4 but will be shown early during stadium screenings at St James' Park, Wembley and Portman Road.
For more information, visit the film's official website by clicking here.
'Ronaldo Nazario, the best Ronaldo ever! I never saw the same, I never saw the same.'
After spending a significant £13.2million to sign Ronaldo from PSV Eindhoven in 1996, the striker repaid