MSN vs BBC: Rivalry of football’s greatest trio in stats

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The last decade has seen some of the best-attacking trios in the history of football, with star-studded front lines at Barcelona, Real Madrid delivering the goals and the skills to write themselves into football history.
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MSN vs BBC a debate forever, the presence of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo boosts these attacks to an unreachable level for other clubs, but the likes of Neymar, Luis Suarez and Karim Benzema also played their part in creating some of the most devastating trios ever seen on a football pitch.

The ‘MSN’ trio of Messi, Suarez and Neymar won a historic treble in 2014-15, and were too much for most teams to handle as they married genius individualism with Barcelona’s trademark passing style of play.

At the same time, the ‘BBC’ of Benzema, Ronaldo and Gareth Bale won a threepeat of Champions League titles and always seemed to come good in the biggest moments.

But which has been the most effective attacking trio of the past decade? We’ve compared the combined records of each of these three famous front lines during the period where all three were at the same club together, to provide a definitive answer.

Messi – Suarez – Neymar (MSN)

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Games – 451
Wins – 322
Draws – 66
Losses – 63

Goals – 363
Assists – 272

Minutes per goal – 111
Minutes per goal or assist – 62.7

Trophies – 7

Benzema – Bale – Cristiano (BBC)

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Games – 658
Wins – 427
Draws – 138
Losses – 93

Goals – 442
Assists – 243

Minutes per goal – 132.9
Minutes per goal or assist – 78.9

Trophies – 12

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