Ronaldinho pulled off an incredible backheel pass last night

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Articles claiming Ronaldinho 'still hasn't lost his magic touch" are so 2013 but guess what - RONALDINHO STILL HASN'T LOST HIS MAGIC TOUCH!

This is properly amazing. Not like 'click this link and you'll see some grainy video of a stepover' but properly good. We're talking "Fenton" level of watchability.

Sure, Ronaldinho may be more inclined to a few more *gropes for cliche* tequilas and Señoritas than he was during his Barcelona pomp - or not actually, come to think of it - now that he plies his trade for Mexican outfit Querétaro, but he can still do THIS:

Sadly it's almost impossible to determine whether his sorcery led to a goal for his team thanks to the frankly illegal nature of the clip in question, but just for arguments sake, we're going to presume it did. Superb work Ronnie, superb.

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The 35-year-old gap-toothed former Ballon d'Or winner even got on the scoresheet with a long-range free-kick that came about as a result of some goalkeeping that David Seaman would have winced at to help his side earn a 2-2 draw with Veracruz and take his tally to eight for the season.

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According to another site from which the following information has been copy and pasted: his goal helped them book a place in the semi-finals of Liga MX Clausura. First Champions League glory and now *this*, what a career he's having.

It certainly seems as though the former AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona star is enjoying himself at the moment - earlier this month this video of him pulling off some pretty sweet skills in training emerged on the web.

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