Brazil legend Leaves Defender For Dead 2 Times Before Scoring Screamer As Video Emerges

Brazil legend Leaves Defender For Dead 2 Times Before Scoring Screamer As Video Emerges

  • Ronaldo Delima was recently involved in a five aside game where he dribbled a defender before scoring
  • When the Brazilian was playing, he was one of of the greatest strikers in the world considering his styles
  • Ronaldo scored 62 goals in 98 matches for Brazil national team and he also won the World Cup title

Brazilian football legend Ronaldo De Lima has proven that despite his age, he still have the dribbling skills and brilliant sense of scoring great goals on the pitch.

Ronaldo showed his class again as the former Real Madrid striker bamboozled a defender on the five aside pitch to the delight of football fans.

During his active playing days, Ronaldo register 295 goals and 76 assists in 452 club appearances.

Ronaldo De Lima, Brazilian, defender, football
Brazil legend Ronaldo leaves defender for dead 2 times before scoring screamer.
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The World Cup winner with Brazil also ended his 18-year-career by hanging up his boots in 2011.

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According to the reports in the UK Sun and Sportskeeda, Ronaldo De Lima was spotted humiliating a defender with a series of his trademark stepovers.

And following a bit of a hiccup involving the goalkeeper, he rolled back the years by smashing the ball into the top-right corner.

See the video below

Ronaldo played for clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan, AC Milan and PSV in an injury-stricken career.

Despite the injuries, he became the all-time highest goalscorer (15) in the FIFA World Cup history in 2002 until the record was broken by Germany’s Miroslav Klose in the 2014 edition (16).

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