Video Shows Roberto Carlos Trying to Hide From Cameras to ‘Smoke Cigar’ After Brazil’s Win Against Switzerland
- Roberto Carlos has made the headlines for his Nicodemus approach to smoking cigarettes after Brazil's win against Switzerland
- Carlos watched Brazil secure qualification to the last 16 alongside fellow Brazil greats Cafu and Ronaldo de Lima
- Currently, aged 49, the former Real Madrid defender now serves as a football ambassador after hanging his boots having won a plethora of trophies in a glittering playing career
An eagle-eyed football fan in Qatar spotted Brazil legend, Roberto Carlos, hiding from the camera lens to smoke.
Carlos was in attendance for Brazil's penultimate Group G game against Switzerland alongside a host of the Seleção's 2002 World Cup-winning squad including Cafu and Luis Nazario de Lima Ronaldo.
The iconic Brazilians watched on as Casemiro's volley helped to break down a stubborn Switzerland side to ensure Brazil became one of the few nations to qualify for the last 16 with a game to spare.
After Brazil's qualification to the next phase of the tournament, Roberto Carlos got down to hold a chat with a few of his friends.
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Among the midst of his pals, the former Real Madrid defender tried to pop a cigarette only to be caught on camera by an eagle-eyed fan, who was monitoring the movement of Carlos.
In the video posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, the 49-year-old swapped positions with one of his friends to light his cigarette only to be spotted by the curious fan.
Looking shy after he was spotted by the nosy football fanatic, Carlos waved at the fan while hiding his cigarette.
Carlos names 2 good English players
Brazil has one of the most star-studded teams heading into the FIFA World Cup in Qatar and are favourites to lift the trophy.
The Seleção have a team full of established stars, and their attacking line-up is any manager's dream.
While Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos loves the look of the side, he does believe that two English stars are good enough to be included in the team, Football 365 reported.
Carlos makes World Cup prediction
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that legendary Brazil defender Roberto Carlos had given his prediction for the 2022 World Cup, which kicks off on Sunday, 20th November.
Carlos won the title with the Seleção in 2002, and his country has yet to win the top prize again. However, the South Americans have been dubbed as overwhelming favourites.
Still, their arch-rivals, two-time winners of the tournament Argentina, led by Lionel Messi, are expected to go all the way and possibly set up an iconic showdown with Brazil.