Ronaldinho, 42, shows that he is still King Joga Bonito in an exhibition match; WATCH

The 2002 World Cup winner Ronaldinho showed his skills on Saturday night in an exhibition match called ‘The Beautiful Game by R10 & RC3’ in Miami against his teammate Robert Carlos. While the first team ended up on the losing side, he made an excellent pass to show his fans that he still has some of his legendary skills and abilities to show Joga Bonito (The Beautiful Game).

The exhibition match included not only some greats of all time, but also some of the current stars. Legends included Cafu, Rivaldo, David Trezeguet, Patrick Kluivert and Rene Higuita, while Paulo Dybala, Paul Pogba, Vinicius Jr and Alphonso Davies were some of the current stars.

Ronaldinho demonstrates excellent skills against the team of Robert Carlos

In the video posted below, Ronaldinho can demonstrate some of his legendary dribbling skills as he gets through several defenders and then hangs the ball to the end of the net. However, it was not the only time that the 42-year-old came up with brilliant skill, because he also found Paul Dybal, who could not make full use of it, with a fantastic pass.

During his time in Barcelona and AC Milan, Ronaldinho established himself as one of the best midfielders and won several trophies in almost every club in which he played. During his time at Camp Nou, he won two La League and UEFA Champions League titles, before winning the Serie A title in the San Siro jersey in the 2010-11 season.

Most important Carlos vs Team Ronaldinho matches

The show match between Carlos and Ronaldinho was a thriller as it ended 12:10 in favor of the first team. Ronaldhina opened the scoring in the seventh minute, when the legendary midfielder of Barcelona scored alone after the assistance of Paul Dybal. Roberto Carlos’s Radisson Falcao had to watch the rest of the game from the sidelines, after twisting his ankle with two minutes having been played.

With a 2: 2 score, Rivaldo showed off his own magic when they played an exceptional 1: 2 pass with Cafu, while the first of them gave Carlos the lead. However, Ronaldinho’s team was not far behind, as Vinicius Jr. assisted Diogo Snow, who was right. Goals kept coming from both sides as Carlos’ side pushed Ronaldinho’s team in a thrilling victory.

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