- Khaby Lame was so delighted to have met with Brazilian legendary football superstar Ronaldinho
- The pair who are in Qatar on respective assignments took a brief moment to take a picture together
- Ronaldinho shared the photo on his official social media handles and Lame was quick to thank him
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho has taken to social media to share a picture of himself and Senegalese-born Italian TikTok sensation Khaby Lame.
Lame, who hardly talks in his skits on the famous social media platform Tiktok, was quick to react when he saw that the former world footballer of the year shared their photo on social media.
Ronaldinho was spotted in Qatar where he is also throwing his weight of support for the Brazilian national football team.
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But Khaby Lame looked star-struck as he posed for a photo beside the legend who then shared the image across his social media channel.
Ronaldinho captioned the post:
“Just joy with this guy.”
The TikTok sensation replied, saying:
Khaby Lame emerges World Cup Brand Ambassador
Meanwhile, Khaby Lame was earlier named the 2022 FIFA World Cup Brand Ambassador for the biggest bank in the Middle East and Africa, Qatar National Bank (QNB).
The announcement was made at the headquarters of the bank in Qatar ahead of the global showpiece, which kicks off on November 20.
The partnership is expected to help expand the QNB Group’s status as the official Middle East and Africa Supporter of the FIFA World Cup.
Brazil stars fire back at Roy Keane
Sports Brief earlier reported that several Brazil players have responded to Roy Keane's criticism of their exuberant celebrations against South Korea.
The five-time World Cup winners shell-shocked the South Koreans, scoring four goals inside 36 minutes during their round of 16 victory on Monday.
Goals from Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison and Paqueta were enough to see off the hapless Asian side, who were lucky not to concede more in the first half.
Source: Sports Brief News