Sam Kerr criticises Sydney Swans for comparing Ronaldo strike to AFL goal

The superstar dismissed the AFL club's comparison of the two goals from different codes

Matildas star Sam Kerr has dismissed Sydney Swans' suggestion that Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning overhead kick in the Champions League was matched by Luke Parker's AFL goal in round one.

The Swans put out a video tweet shortly after Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo scored the goal against Juventus, comparing the strike to Parker's overhead kick against West Coast.

But Kerr, who has achieved superstar status in football after the past few months, took to Twitter to respond to the Swans' social media post.

Former Western Sydney and Adelaide defender Robert Cornthwaite also chimed in with a more scientific answer as to why Ronaldo's goal was better than Parker's effort.

A later tweet from Cornthwaite suggested he may have been fishing and fuelling the debate.

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