WATCH: Brazil and Barcelona legend rolls back the years with double nutmeg

first_imgRonaldinho has been one of the greatest players to grace European football since the turn of the century. The former Barcelona, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain playmaker had an illustrious career, winning two La Ligas, one Serie A title – oh and the World Cup. He won a number of individual awards, including the 2005 Ballon d’Or and he was well known for his fancy footwork, tricks and ability in the final third. Now 36 – and linked with a move to Leicester last January – Ronaldinho played for the Rest of the World team in Sunday’s Soccer Aid match at Old Trafford. He showed he’s still got it though, when he successfully pulled off a double nutmeg in the first half. Trying to get out of his own half, the former Brazil international first puts the ball through the legs of Ben Shephard on the halfway line, before Phil Neville charged over and also got beaten. Ronaldinho then put the ball out wide and the next moment sums up the match – the right-back slicing wide from 40 yards. See below! Ronaldinho played in Soccer Aid on Sunday evening 1last_img read more