Ronaldinho: Barcelona Legend Jumps on ‘One Day, Day One’ TikTok Challenge

Ronaldinho: Barcelona Legend Jumps on ‘One Day, Day One’ TikTok Challenge

Elijah Odetokun
updated at October 21, 2023 at 9:58 AM
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  • Ronaldinho is one of football's greatest entertainers during his illustrious career
  • He was also one of Brazil's greatest exports who achieved success in European football
  • He recently jumped on the 'one day, day one' challenge on TikTok, sharing a throwback of himself

Ronaldinho is one of Brazil's greatest football exports and one of the best entertainers football has ever seen. Since announcing his retirement in 2015, his life has been mostly about entertainment and inspiration.

He shot to limelight with Paris Saint-Germain after joining the French club from Gremio. He spent two years in Paris before moving to La Liga with Barcelona.

At Barcelona, he lived to the full extent of his potential and won the UEFA Champions League and the 2005 Ballon d'Or, beating Chelsea legend Frank Lampard.

He was part of the Brazil squad that won the 2002 World Cup, one of the nine players to win the Mundial, UCL and Ballon d'Or, a list Lionel Messi joined last December.

Ronaldinho joins TikTok challenge

The 43-year-old is active on most social media platforms and regularly connects with his fans - particularly on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok, where he uploads videos.

He recently joined a TikTok challenge, the 'one day, day one' challenge, where people upload two pictures in sequence with the song by Montiversity.

He uploaded a picture of himself as a child playing football for day one and his photo with his Ballon d'Or as one day, showing a case of a dream fulfilled.

Ronaldinho shares 2005 World Cup throwback

The former AC Milan star was in the mood for some throwback when he uploaded a photo on social media of him and Brazil teammates - Ronaldo Nazario, Adriano and Kaka.

The picture was from the round of 16 3-0 win over Ghana. The Samba boys' adventure ended in the quarter-final, where they lost 1-0 to France, championed by Zinedine Zidane.

Ronaldinho settles GOAT debate

Sports Brief reported that Ronaldinho named players better than Messi after his former Barcelona teammate led Argentina to win the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

He named Pele, Diego Maradona and Ronaldo Nazario as three players better than the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner but expressed joy at his recent feat.

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Elijah Odetokun is Reuters-trained journalist with three years of experience having previously worked at Daily Times Nigeria, OmaSports and El Futbolero.