- Team Ronaldinho faced off with Team Roberto Carlos in an epic all-stars match played in Miami
- Fans were treated to nothing but pure entertainment as the two teams scored 22 goals between them
- Both sets of teams featured former and current footballers, with Paul Pogba and Real Madrid ace Vinicius Jr. among those featured
Football legends Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos hosted an all-star game in Miami on Saturday night, June 18.
The two sets of teams featured both current and former football stars, with Team Roberton Carlos emerging victors.
According to GiveMeSports, Team Ronaldinho featured the likes of Rene Higuita and Patrick Kluivert, Paul Pogba, Paulo Dybala and Vinicius Jr in the starting XI, while Team Roberto Carlos had Cafu, Rivaldo, Carlos Valderrama, Radamel Falcao and Alphonso Davies among others.
Given the array of star players featured, it was not odd to see the two teams try to outscore each other at Inter Miami’s DRV PNK Stadium.
How the exhibition match panned out
Intriguingly, it was Ronaldinho who broke the deadlock in the seventh minute with a classy finish from inside the box before Falcao restored parity shortly afterwards.
The two goals opened the floodgates of goals, with the likes of Rivaldo, Cafu, and Dybala all finding the back of the net.
However, it was Team Roberto Carlos that was leading by the interval that had seen 13 goals shared between the two teams.
Vinicius Jr, who also scored in the first half after he was set up by Ronaldinho later switched sides after the break, turning out for Team Roberto Carlos in the second half.
The match eventually finished 12-10 in favour of Team Roberto Carlos, with NBA legend Steve Nash also getting his name on the scoresheet.
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Source: Sports Brief News