Ronaldinho: Barcelona legend proved he's still a baller with skill move in foot volley tournament

Ronaldinho has still got it!

You’ll be hard pushed to find a lover of the beautiful game that doesn’t adore Ronaldinho.

The global icon dominated the sport for much of the 2000s and he did so while playing the most entertaining style of football possible.

Pretty much every time Ronaldinho took to the pitch for Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, AC Milan or the Brazilian national team, he produced a moment that left viewers open-mouthed.

It would either be a breathtaking goal, a magical assist or a piece of skill that a high-quality freestyler would be dead envious of.

And it appears that Ronaldinho hasn’t lost the Midas touch one bit, despite the fact he’s now 41 and has been retired for around six years.

The two-time FIFA World Player of the Year recently took part in a foot volley tournament alongside fellow Brazilian legend Romario and he managed to wow those watching on.

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In a match, Ronaldinho setup his partner to win a point with a truly sublime piece of skill.

He uploaded a video of his moment of magic to Twitter and you can check it out below.

Video: Ronaldinho is still an absolute baller

You just love to see it – and what a celebration!

That snippet of magnificent skill is also far from the first time in 2021 that Ronaldinho has reminded the world that he’s still got it.

Back in July, the man who made many of us fall in love with football lined up for Barcelona Legends in a unique El Clasico against Real Madrid Legends out in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ronaldinho’s performance was so good on the day that it warranted a YouTube compilation, which you can watch in all of its glory below.

Video: Ronaldinho’s performance v Real Madrid Legends in July

As well as emphatically converting a penalty for his side, Ronaldinho performed some of his trademark skills and came agonisingly close to scoring a wonder-goal after a mazy dribble, but the woodwork sadly denied him.

Are we the only ones thinking that he should consider making a professional comeback…?

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