Few players in the history of the game have ever been as entertaining as Barcelona and Brazil legend Ronaldinho.
The mercurial forward reigned supreme in Europe for a number of years with the Blaugrana, winning the FIFA World Player of the Year in both 2004 and 2005.
Ronaldinho was arguably the catalyst for Barca's success in this millennium and he's one of the very few players from the Catalonian club to be given a standing ovation at the Bernabeu.
When the Real Madrid faithful bow down to a Barca superstar at 3-0 down, you know you're pretty darn good.
Since Ronaldinho left Catalonia back in 2008 he has enjoyed a rather journeyman career.
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He joined AC Milan after leaving Spain, before going on to play for Flamengo, Atletico Mineiro and Fluminense in Brazil.
And recently, Ronaldinho decided to come out of retirement to join one of Colombia's most successful sides, Santa Fe.
But you might be asking, does the 39-year-old still have the Midas touch and the quality to play professional football? Yes, yes he does.
Last night against Atletico Nacional, Ronaldinho rolled back the years to produce a filthy no-look assist to help seal a 2-0 victory for Santa Fe.
Robeto Firmino's no-look goals may be good, but this from Ronaldinho us just pure magic. The audacity is just off the charts.
What. A. Player.
The distance and the resulting accuracy of the pass makes it even more special, with the striker virtually handed a goal on a plate.
At this rate, Tite might have to hand him a recall to the Brazilian national team...News Now - Sport News