In his prime, Ronaldinho was pulling off tricks every week and showcasing his remarkable skills for the world. Recently, in a Copa Libertadores match, the 33-year-old pulled off an outrageous look-away assist.
The pass came in the second leg of the round of 16 against Sao Paulo. The former Barcelona midfielder's side - Atletico Mineiro were leading 3-0 on the night; 5-1 on aggregate before the wonderful assist had been pulled off by the Brazilian.
The Brazil international beat his opponent using his strength before strolling into the box. It was here when the crafty magician decided to perform a no-look pass which he has pulled off in past years.
The pass helped to set up former Manchester City forward - Jo, who at the time was on a hat-trick before burying the ball for his third to secure a quarter-final spot in the competition.
Sao Paulo, who had finished fourth in the 2012 Serie A, had soon pulled one back which was only deemed to be a consolation, forcing them to be knocked out of the Copa. Both clubs are now awaiting the upcoming 2013 Serie A campaign.
Since the switch from Flamengo to Atletico Mineiro, Ronaldinho has registered 16 goals for the Galo.
The video of Ronaldinho's look-away pass can be viewed here.
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