'Class is permanent': 39-year-old Brazil icon Ronaldinho takes out SEVEN opposition players with ridiculous no-look assist (VIDEO)
Brazilian icon Ronaldinho showed he’s lost little of his magic when the 39-year-old turned out in a friendly this week.
The two-time FIFA world player of the year was a mercurial talent during his playing days at PSG, Barcelona, AC Milan and elsewhere, and showed he has still got a sparkling touch.
Turning out for Colombian team Sante Fe against Atletico Nacional, the 2002 World Cup winner took out seven opposition players with an incredible no-look assist to set up Jose Luis Caicedo.
Ronaldinho’s no-look assist early this morning vs Atletico Nacional is the best thing today! 😱😂🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/T4kU5fHqvD— BeksFCB (@Joshua_Ubeku) October 18, 2019
Sante Fe went on to win 2-0 at Estadio Nemésio Camacho El Campín in Bogota against a Nacional team featuring goalkeeping legend Rene Higuita, as social media users gushed over Ronaldinho's class.
Class is permanent.— JUNE 28TH™ (@Pob_City) October 18, 2019
Ronaldinho officially hung up his boots in 2018, calling time on a career during which he scored 33 goals in 97 appearances for his country, while winning league titles with Barcelona and AC Milan and also lifting the Champions League title with the Catalan giants.