In what has to be one of the best line-ups of all time the original Ronaldo joined Zinedine Zidane, Cafu and Clarence Seedorf, among others, in an all-star XI for the United Nation's 12th annual charity 'Match Against Poverty' in Saint-Etienne, France, this week.
The 12th annual contest against poverty raised money to help fight the Ebola virus in West Africa. The match was played against a Saint-Etienne XI, which featured past and present stars, with the French outfit taking a 9-7 victory over the team of all-stars.
A capacity crowd of 35,000 turned out at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard to watch as former United winger Karel Poborsky set up David Trezeguet for the opening goal, whilst Ronaldo proved he's still got it after scoring a hat-trick.
Other players on the all-star team included former France and Manchester United goalkeeper Fabian Barthez, ex-Barcelona and Netherlands defender Frank de Boer and former Bolton and Nigeria star Jay-Jay Okocha.
But it was this delightful goal that was the pick of the bunch, with Ronaldo and Zidane-both who played together at Real Madrid- combining excellently to finish off an excellent move.
The goal drew applause from Brazilian legend Cafu, who was watching from the crowd at the time after being substituted. Watch is here...
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