Ronaldinho reproduces the ‘shark attack’ volley

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The 'shark attack' is back..! Ronaldinho has reproduced the bizarre skill in a game of foot-volley, as he continues to deliver the extraordinary...on the beach. 

Ronaldinho, at 34-years-old, is clearly enjoying the twilight years of his career as he stars in Mexican's elite division with Queretaro.

Still enjoying himself 

The Brazil legend is showing no signs of missing life at some of Europe's elite clubs. From Paris Saint-German to Milan, with a fairly good spell at Barcelona in the middle, Ronaldinho has always produced the goods and excited fans as he secured numerous individual awards as well as domestic and European trophies. 

But, despite having also won the World Cup with Brazil, it's his quite outrageous skill and technique that he will be remembered for when he finally decides to conclude his marvellous career.  

And most of these skills have taken place on the field of play...but not all of them. The 'shark attack', that the world superstar made famous just a couple of weeks ago, has been produced once again.

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For those of you that aren't unfamiliar with the piece of skill made famous by the ex-Barcelona man, he leaps through the air (yes, like a shark), whilst extending his leg, in an attempt to send the ball flying over the net. 

Three-man shark attack 

This time, though, Ronaldinho and his fellow foot-volley participants took the shark volley that one step fact, at one stage, a trio of sand stars - including Ronaldinho - attempted to deliver it simultaneously. 

Just what will he do next? 'Shark attack' three, perhaps...

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