The Argentine icon feels that the Fifa president made a misjudgement in his attempt to be funny about the Portuguese, voicing his own admiration for the prolific attacker
The Fifa president jokingly described Ronaldo as "a commander on the field of play" before suggesting the the Madrid frontman "spends more time at the hairdresser" when stating his preference for Barcelona attacker Lionel Messi.
Di Stefano was not impressed with the 77-year-old's comments, though, and feels that his remarks have come back to haunt him.
"Blatter was trying to be funny and it backfired," the ex-Madrid star was quoted as saying by Marca.
"The Ballon d'Or should go to Cristiano Ronaldo. He's doing a really good job. He's a phenomenon, No.1, an extraordinary player.
"Ronaldo is the best. He's a truly spectacular, very complete player, with enormous power. Opponents fear him."
The 28-year-old has been in sublime form so far this term, netting 25 goals in 18 appearances in all competitions.