- A video of Brazil legend Ronaldo Nazario showing off his playmaking skills has surfaced on the internet
- Ronaldo, who won the Ballon d'Or award on two occasions, is widely regarded as the best strikers to have graced football
- Nicknamed 'Il Fenomeno', the Real Madrid legend won two Ballon d'Ors and three FIFA Player of the Year awards
Luis Nazario de Lima Ronaldo somehow will go down as one of the greatest strikers ever in the history of football.
A three-time FIFA Player of the year and one of the most lethal forwards of the 90s and early 2000ss, Ronaldo absolutely lit it up for some of the best clubs in Europe throughout his career.
He played for PSV, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and AC Milan in Europe and won two Ballons d’Or in 1997 and 2002.
Ronaldo's career was, however, cruelly plagued by damaging knee injuries, and, as a result, he never truly fulfilled his potential despite winning so much in his career.
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A video posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, sums El Fenomeno's brilliance and attributes that could put him in the same breath as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Or, even better.
The mercurial goal poacher made goalscoring look easy with his predatory instincts combined with his supersonic speed and amazing skillset which left defenders dazed with his immense quality.
Ronaldo also possessed some serious tricks up his sleeve and was well noted for his trademark stepovers to beat his marker, especially, goalkeepers on one-on-one situations.
Footage of Ronaldo Destroying an Opponent With His Trademark Stepovers Before Scoring an Amazing Goal Emerges
Sports Brief earlier reported that former Real Madrid and Barcelona ace Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima has reenacted the old adage of 'class is permanent' with a jaw-dropping display of his unquenchable skillset.
The three-time World Player of the Year may have hung his boots for over a decade but still has his enviable skillset in his locker.
In a video posted on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, the Brazilian great in a five-a-side kickabout deployed his trademark stepovers to beat his marker however, he needed a second attempt to score a golazo after leaving his marker for dead with his peerless attacking dexterity.